Galletti's Palace, in whose rooms lived famous guests like Pope Julius III and Bianca Cappello (the mistress and later wife of Grand Duke Francesco I), still keeps a beautiful window framed by caryatides.
The Palace today is a branch of the Technical Institute for Surveyors "V. Fossombroni". His façade has three rows of windows scores two ledges: stands to the left of the entrance, a beautiful kneeling window carved in sandstone, at the base are two heraldic shields worn. Inside, after the entrance, on the ground floor there is an entrance hall with vaulted ceilings and roof. The remains of the beautiful courtyard that graced the inside of the building can still be seen. On the first floor, you can admire an elegant living room whose ceiling is supported by five large beams, on which are Painted floral patterns and coats of arms of the principal savinesi's families.