What To Expect
Start the Morning discovering secrets and revelations at the exciting sites described in Dan Brown's thrilling novel, Inferno. Our charismatic guide will entertain you through an intriguing path of mind-blowing details, anecdotes, and clue-filled history that will reveal all the most important sights and locations that professor Robert Langdon visited in the Brownian dark masterpiece.
This Inferno experience will introduce you to Dante and his Divine Comedy. The guide will focus on Botticelli's painting entitled Inferno and will include an in-depth description of the connection this has with Dante and the history of the Divine Comedy. The tour will include the visit to the Baptistery, the Paradise Gates and the Duomo of Florence where you will be enlightened with knowledge of the symbols and codes as described in the book.
The highlight of the tour will be at Palazzo Vecchio, Town hall of Florence where faith and science join together with breathless revelations. Learn about the history as you explore the centers of political and religious powers in Renaissance time.
This is a great tour that will allow you to learn more about art and the rich history of Florence while learning about its protagonists of the past, such as Dante, Botticelli, Michelangelo and Giorgio Vasari through the lens of mystery and symbology.
You will also have the opportunity to enjoy a guided tour of the main rooms of the Uffizi Gallery, skipping the usual long lines as we will enter from a reserved side entrance. You will thus be able to view the main masterpieces by artists like Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Finally, you will explore the Vasari Corridor, the best kept secret of Florence. It served as a passageway dating back to 1564, when the Grand Duke of Florence, Cosimo I de' Medici ordered his favorite architect, Giorgio Vasari to build a path that would allow him and the Royal family to move freely from their residence (Palazzo Pitti) to the government palace (Palazzo della Signoria, other side of the river Arno). The visit of this Corridor will make the Inferno Experience more complete and more special. Hidden between city houses and even passing through a church, the Vasari Corridor has evolved as one of the most astounding architectural masterpieces of the Renaissance. The corridor is rarely open to the public, so take advantage of this unique opportunity to view Florence and its artistic pleasures on this exclusive walking tour.
This unique opportunity to visit the vasari will end on the 30th of November, from the 1st of December the Vasari corridor will be closed for restoration work thefore the tour will only include a walking tour of the vasari corridor from outside. Customers will still enjoy an extended guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery with a Skip the line Service, visiting the main Uffizi masterpieces including Leonardo's art pieces which was not be included in the original itinerary. After the gallery visit, join a complimentary walking tour following the Vasari Corridor path (from the outside), crossing Ponte Vecchio and ending in Piazza Pitti, also known as the Medici Residence.
Skip the line entrance to the Florence Duomo and Baptistery
Skip the line entrance to the Uffizi Gallery
Vasari Corridor exclusive reservation fee (Until 30 November 2016)
Vasari Corridor discovery walking tour from outside (Starting 01 December 2016)
Entrance to the Palazzo Vecchio
Licensed English speaking guide
Earphones for bigger groups
Meals and drinks unless specified
Tips and gratuities
Children below 6 years old are free of charge with at least one adult.
Tours may be taken on different days. If you are taking the tours on separate days, you MUST indicate which tour will be taken on which date in the Special Comments field in the booking form.
Tour operates with a maximum of 25 guests.
A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements.
This is a walking tour. We recommend you wear comfortable shoes. This tour is not suitable for people with limited mobility. However, please let us know in advance any special needs or invalidity and we will do our best to accommodate.
Big bags and liquid bottles will not be allowed inside the museums.
The Duomo or Baptistery may be closed on Sundays and very few special dates.
Participants on the tour will have the opportunity to visit the Duomo in the next 48 hours by themselves.
The Vasari Corridor and Uffizi Gallery tour will end outside of the Vasari Corridor, in front of Palazzo Pitti.
There will be a three hour break between the morning Inferno tour and the afternoon Uffizi and Vasari Corridor tour.
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8 hours and 30 minutes
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