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Purchase your Accademia Gallery tickets with Weekend in Italy! Located in the heart of Florence, the Accademia Gallery hosts examples of paintings and sculptures by the great 14th and 15th century masters who made Florence the capital of art. The most famous work exhibited is undoubtedly the marble statue of David made by Michelangelo. Also on view at the Accademia Gallery Florence are some of Michelangelo's partly unfinished works, including the Slaves. Buy your Accademia Gallery tickets in advance and avoid waiting in line!
Purchase your Combo Ticket for the two must-see Museums of Florence. Now you can buy your Combo Ticket for the Uffizi plus Accademia Gallery Florence online through our easy system. Purchase your tickets online and you will have fast access to masterpieces such as Botticelli's Spring at the Uffizi Gallery and Michelangelo's David at the Accademia Gallery. The Uffizi Gallery is one of the most visited museums in the world with masterpieces from the 13th to the 18th century. The Accademia Gallery hosts examples of paintings and sculptures by the great 14th and 15th century masters who made Florence the capital of art. Visit both museums on the same date and save one Euro per person. Buy your Combo Ticket Uffizi plus Accademia Gallery in advance and avoid waiting in line!
Book your tickets to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, one of the most famous monuments and symbol of Italy all over the world. Construction on the Romanesque style tower dates back to 1174. The mysterious inclination and continuous movement of the terrain called for many alterations and repairs in the over 800 years since. Experience the thrill of climbing the 294 steps of the spiral staircase of the Leaning Tower, rising slowly above Pisa's vast Piazza dei Miracoli (Miracles Square). At Weekend in Italy you can secure your access to the famous Leaning Tower ahead of time - purchase your Leaning Tower of Pisa tickets here.
Discover the treasures of the Cathedral of Florence at one of the most important church museums in Italy. Marvel at the Dome of the Cathedral of Florence, masterpiece of architecture by Filippo Brunelleschi. Climb Giotto's Bell Tower, considered the most beautiful in Italy. Visit the “eight-sided wonder of Florence”, the Baptistery of San Giovanni. Travel back in time as you explore the archaeological site of Santa Reparata, the ancient early Christian Basilica of Florence. All five experiences are included in this one easy combo ticket!
Let your imagination take flight and experience the past as if it were the present – book your Secret Passages of the Palazzo Vecchio Tour tickets with Weekend in Italy! The Secret Passages Tour takes you into places within Florence's Palazzo Vecchio where time seems to have come to a standstill. Accompanied by an expert guide, experience unique places such as secret staircases, hidden rooms, and the roof trusses of the Salone dei Cinquecento. Book your Secret Passages Tour tickets with us and catch some intriguing and mysterious glimpses of the Palazzo Vecchio!
Experience Michelangelo's final gift to Florence: the Medici Chapels with the masterfully sculpted allegories of Night, Day, Dawn, and Dusk decorating the tombs of the princes. The Medici Chapels were built as a personal sepulcher of the Medici family right in the basilica of San Lorenzo, which the Medici considered their private church.
Visit the glorious treasures of the Pitti Palace, residence of the Medici, the Lorraine, the Savoy, and even the king of Italy when Florence was the capital of the newly united Italy. The palace's gardens, the Boboli, are one of the most beloved gardens in Florence, and offer vast green spaces, landscaped to perfection, as well as stunning views onto Florence.
Your ticket includes access to the Porcelain Museum located in the sumptuous Palazzo Pitti, as well as to the attached Boboli Garden and the close-by Bardini Garden.
The Bargello palace was built in 1255 by the people of Florence as a symbol of their victory over the nobility, and was the site for the people's government and jurisdiction. The former fortress and arsenal now holds a superb collection of sculpture, one of the most important in all of Italy. Discover works from influential Tuscan sculptors of the 14th to the 16th century, and especially brilliant works by Cellini, della Robbia, Giambologna, Donatello, and Michelangelo.
See Leonardo's visionary engineering genius at work: visit the new permanent Leonardo Museum which hosts the largest and most beautiful machines built from Leonardo da Vinci's codes.
Working from Leonardo's drawings, highly skilled craftsmen have recreated machines which work to perfection. See Leonardo's exceptional imagination at work - the size, beauty, and construction systems of his inventions: the flying machines, the hydraulic saw, the column raiser, the printing machine, and many other creations!
Discover what will be an absolute highlight of your Florence art experience: a series of frescoes by Fra Angelico, commissioned by Cosimo de' Medici around 1440. The museum is located in the old Dominican convent, where the original cells of the monks, decorated by Fra Angelico himself, are still preserved. Beyond the unparalleled Fra Angelico paintings, the museum of San Marco preserves works by the principal Florentine painters of the 15th and 16th century: Domenico Ghirlandaio, Alesso Baldovinetti, Giovanni Antonio Sogliani, and Fra Bartolomeo.
Visit one of the most beautiful churches of Florence and the largest Franciscan church in the world - the Basilica of Santa Croce, visited each year by hundreds of thousands people.
The Basilica of Santa Croce is also known as the Temple of the Italian Glories, as many important artists, writers and scientists, including Michelangelo Buonarroti, Galileo Galilei, Gioachino Rossini, Ugo Foscolo and Leon Battista Alberti are buried here.
Your ticket gives you access to the treasures of the Monumental Complex which includes the Basilica, the Cloisters, and the Museo dell'Opera.
Discover two important art collections in the gorgeous Palazzo Pitti without waiting in line! This is your opportunity to see magnificent works of art in what used to be the grand-ducal and royal apartments.
Visit the Casa Buonarroti - both place of memory and celebration of the genius of Michelangelo, as well as a sumptuous Baroque edifice displaying the rich art collection of the family.
Among the treasures this most unusual among all Florentine museums offers are two of Michelangelo's famous marble reliefs: the Madonna of the Stairs and the Battle of the Centaurs, both considered to be masterworks of his youth.
Discover the Brancacci Chapel, seen by some to be the precursor of the Sixtine Chapel, accompanied by a multimedia video guide. The video tablet guide is an innovative tool, which will help you experience the chapel's ancient and unparalleled frescoes by Masaccio, Masolino, and Filippino Lippi. Your ticket includes entrance to the Fondazione Salvatore Romano, which preserves the prestigious collection of sculptures, paintings, decorative artworks and antique furniture donated to the Florence City Council by collector and antiquarian Salvatore Romano.
Enjoy the new, special opportunity to visit two of Florence’s iconic destinations - the Palazzo Vecchio and the Uffizi Gallery - with one easy ticket, passing from the Palazzo Vecchio to the Uffizi through the first section of the famed Vasari Corridor.
Venture into the Basilica of San Lorenzo, the city's first cathedral, elegantly remodeled by Brunelleschi. Once parish church of the Medici, it contains magnificent works of art and architecture.
Climb the 223 steps of the Torre Arnolfo, which has been towering over the Palazzo Vecchio and Florence as a symbol of the city government for close to 1,000 years. The view over the city is simply breathtaking. And the history contained in the architecture will astound you. Your combo ticket offers you access to the tower, as well as a ticket to the Palazzo Vecchio, which you can visit in your own time using a Video Guide.
Discover the new Galileo Museum, dedicated to science and the famous Pisan scientist Galileo Galilei. See extraordinary pieces such as Galileo’s telescope, historic world maps and globes, and a series of surprising divertissements such as machines that create optical illusions. The museum illustrates the evolution of knowledge and scientific instruments from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century.
Step into Florence's main Dominican church – the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella. Filled with magnificent art (e.g. by Giotto, Masaccio, Brunelleschi), the fascinating church complex is less crowded than the rest of Florence - and well worth your time!
Discover the beauty of Piazza dei Miracoli beyond the Leaning Tower! Your combo ticket gives you access to the three monumental buildings beyond the tower (the Cathedral, the Baptistery and the Monumental Cemetery) as well as tothe Museum of Sinopie and the Cathedral Museum. All the monumental buildings are closely related, and speak eloquently of a millennium of culture.
Enjoy the ease of a combo ticket - and make sure you see two of the absolute artistic and historic beauties of Florence, birthplace of the Renaissance! Access to the Uffizi Gallery, one of the world’s leading art museums, and to the 5 sites of the Monumental Complex of Santa Maria del Fiore, the cathedral of Florence.
Discover the magnificent collections “hidden” within the Palazzo Vecchio - paintings, sculptures, precious objects - and end your visit in a place not usually open to the public, where you’ll enjoy the view through a secret window...
“The Palazzo Vecchio resembles a giant chess piece. With its robust quadrangular facade and rusticated square-cut battlements, the massive rooklike building is aptly situated, guarding the southeast corner of the Piazza della Signoria”. This is what Dan Brown writes in his latest bestseller, Inferno, set in Florence, and mostly at the Palazzo Vecchio. Follow the steps of professor Robert Langdon and learn about the history of the palace as you move through the locations and scenes of the novel. The public rooms – as well as the most secret – become the settings for searches, pursuits, and coups de théâtre centered on a precise work of art. Discover the real places and objects of Dan Brown's bestseller!
Visit Villa Bardini – built in 1641, and splendidly positioned on a hill overlooking the Arno river and Florence. Discover the art and impulse of the famous Italian fashion designer at the Roberto Capucci Museum. The Pietro Annigoni Museum illustrates the prolific career of this post-war Italian painter famous for his portraits of Queen Elizabeth II and the US presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. Leave the beaten path and enjoy this Florentine jewel!
Visit the Uffizi Gallery, one of the most famed art collections in the world, and and include a fun meal (the new Silver Menu) at the famous Hard Rock Cafe restaurant chain founded in London in 1971. And both at the museum and at the Hard Rock Cafe, there’s no waiting in line and you are first to be seated.
Visit the ducal apartments, including the secret study room of duchess Bianca Cappello, usually closed to the public. Discover the fascinating and personal details of the everyday life of the Medici. Your tour culminates with a visit to the Gallery of Renaissance Costumes, where you'll see some replicas of dresses that belonged to the members of the ducal family. You'll have a chance to see and touch – and sometimes even wear – clothing and accessories of the 16th century, as well as play with some of the young princes' toys. Created for adults and families with children from 6 to 10 years of age.
Who better than Giorgio Vasari or Isabel de Remoso, in person, to open the doors of the Palazzo Vecchio to you? Discover key events in the history of Florence through the eyes of the two of the most relevant characters connected to the Palace's life. Professional actors will impersonate these fascinating characters and make your visit to the Palazzo Vecchio unforgettable!
Discover the Museum of one of the famous artistic workshops of the Italian Renaissance – the Opificio delle Pietre Dure Institute for Restoration & Cultural Heritage. Completely renovated in 1995, the collection was rearranged according to three main themes – the Grand-Ducal Medici and Lorraine periods, the Post-Unification period (after 1860), and the craftsman’s techniques. This third section also illustrates the production phases of intarsia and inlay work, giving you the opportunity to discover the most intimate mechanisms of a fascinating episode of Florentine art history.
Quench your science thirst - discover the largest and most comprehensive collection of Italian 19th century equipment for the study and teaching of physics!
Discover the stories and legends of Palazzo Vecchio with the Children's Museum! Here, the children are welcomed into Bia and Garcia's Storytelling Room, where they will hear and see stories told by actors in period clothing. Through the stories, the little ones will discover the architecture and art of the palace in an imaginative, interactive, and lively way. Suitable for children from 4 to 8 years of age.
Become an apprentice for an afternoon - create your own small fresco, and learn hands-on about this ancient and challenging technique! The workshop leader will illustrate the characteristics of the fresco techniques, demonstrate them in the atelier, and lead you through the thrilling experience of creating your own small work of art! Suitable for everyone from 8 years and over.
Discover the National Archeological Museum of Florence! The museum is noted in particular for its Egyptian and Etruscan collections, as well as for the Crocetta Palace – the building which has been its home since 1880. While Florence is usually associated with its importance in medieval times and thereafter, the rich and precious collections preserved at the National Archeological Museum are testimonies of the cultures that laid the foundation upon which the Renaissance could flourish.
Visit Palazzo Vecchio (Palazzo della Signoria), Florence’s government palace, and follow this guided tour into the underground archaeological site. The fascinating remains of the Roman Theater are what is left of a theater that could hold over 15,000 spectators during its golden age.
Visit the Quartieri Monumentali (Monumental Apartments), which highlight the character of the palace created by Cosimo. Then, you will be “granted audience” with either Duke Cosimo or Duchess Eleonora at the Museum Theater “Renaissance Civilization in Florence.” Discover some of the profound differences between today's society and 16th century civilization in Florence during the free flowing dialogue between the characters and the visitors. Gain a new point of view for placing the architecture and the works of art at the museum into their original cultural context. Suitable for everyone from 8 years and over.
Visit to the Accademia Gallery followed by a wonderful lunch or dinner (which will follow the visit to the Accademia, according to the confirmed time and in any case not before 3 hours after admission to the gallery) at the new Hard Rock Cafe in Florence, where you will be served the Silver Menu, included in the price of your booking.
Discover a Florence museum off the beaten path - the Museum of the Innocents (or Innocenti). Located in a building designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, the "Ospedale degli Innocenti" was first an orphanage (hence the “innocents”). Now it houses exquisite Renaissance art by Luca della Robbia, Sandro Botticelli, Piero di Cosimo and the Adoration of the Magi by Domenico Ghirlandaio. Your ticket includes a video-guided tour of the museum collection, followed by an aperitif on the museum’s beautiful rooftop terrace in the historical center of Florence.
This ticket gives you access to a museum off the beaten path - the Museum of the Innocents (or Innocenti). Located in a building designed by Filippo Brunelleschi, the Ospedale degli Innocenti was first an orphanage (hence the “innocents”). Now it houses exquisite Renaissance art by by Luca della Robbia, Sandro Botticelli, Piero di Cosimo and the Adoration of the Magi by Domenico Ghirlandaio. Your ticket includes a video-guided tour of the museum collection, preceded by a breakfast on the museum’s beautiful rooftop terrace in the historical center of Florence.
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