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Florence Duomo Complex

an experience that you’ll want to tell the world about!

Quick Details

Duration: 3 Hours

This tour runs every day, except the first Tuesday of each month 

  • Tours leave at 09:00 / 10:30 / 13:00 / 15:00
  • Tours leave at 13:00 / 15:00 on Sundays

Meeting Point

  • We meet at the entrance to the Baptistry of St. John. Your guide will have a signboard that says Walks In Europe.
Adults (Ages 15 - 99 )
94
Youth ( 7 - 14 )
84
Children ( 3- 6 )
47
Infant
Free
Private Base price for 2 people
350

Must-Do Tour in Florence! All tickets are pre-reserved.

Join our Duomo Complex Tour covering the most predominant monuments in the heart of Florence. Focus on the historical and cultural significance of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and its complementary structures explained by an expert local guide.

In the company of an expert, get priority admission to the octagonal Baptistery of St. John, best known for its ceiling decorated by golden mosaics and its gleaming bronze doors known as the Gates of Paradise. Join other tourists in gazing at the relief work on the detailed panels and no doubt be surprised to learn that these are not the original bronze doors – the authentic East Doors are currently on display in the Museum.

The tour continues in the Duomo Museum, where incredible masterpieces like the gates of the Baptistery, Donatello’s sculptures, and the original dome’s wooden scaffoldings are exhibited. You could spend hours wandering through the displays, but your guide will focus on highlights such as Michelangelo’s Pietà and other magnificent works of art.

The last stop is Brunelleschi’s Dome. Skipping the line thanks to pre-reserved timed tickets, you will climb the 463 steps with your guide, whilst learning how the 150-foot wide dome was constructed 180-feet above the ground without scaffolding. Once inside you will also admire the wonderful frescoes of the Last Judgment by Giorgio Vasari and Federico Zuccari, still among the largest fresco paintings in the world!

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