Get the opportunity to combine the morning Inferno Tour of Florence Experience with the most unique cultural visit of Florence, the Vasari Corridor and the Uffizi Gallery that is also the highlight of Robert Langdon’s escape from Grotta del Buontalenti at Boboli Garden to Palazzo Vecchio.
The Vasari Corridor is actually best kept secret of Florence. It serves as a passageway dating back to 1564, when the Grand Duke of Florence, Cosimo I de' Medici ordered his favorite architect, Giorgio Vasari to built 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.
Before this very exclusive opening of the unique Vasari Corridor, you will also have the opportunity to enjoy an approx. 1 1/2 hour 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, Michelangelo, etc. Experience it in Full! Inferno Tour, Vasari Corridor and the Uffizi Gallery: A Hell of a day!
First part tour 9.30am-12.30am
Second part tour 3.30pm-6.30pm
Please note that this tour is not suitable for people with impaired mobility.
Big bags and liquid bottles will not be allowed inside the museums.
Vasari Corridor & Uffizi Gallery tour will end outside of the Vasari Corridor, in front of Palazzo Pitti.
Special Requirements and notes of the Inferno tour above also apply.Ask for more informations
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