Enjoy exclusive, efficiently-organized access to two significant sites in Florence with this guided small group or private tour. See Michelangelo’s statue of David and climb Brunelleschi’s dome. Head into the Accademia Gallery, enter the Cathedral, and climb the famous cupola faster with pre-reserved tickets. Expert local guides always lead tours.
Florence: Tour of Duomo, Museum, and Baptistery with Pre-Reserved Tickets
The most efficient and affordable way to see the Duomo Cathedral in Florence / Includes optional climb to Giotto's Bell Tower with pre-reserved tickets.
Here is the Google Map link to the meeting point.
- Adults (Ages 15 - 99) Includes Giotto's Bell Tower
- Youth (Ages 7 - 14) Includes Giotto's Bell Tower
- Children (Ages 3 - 6) Includes Giotto's Bell Tower
- Infant (Ages 0 - 2)
- Private Base price for 2 people
- Adults (Ages 15 - 99) Without Giotto's Bell Tower
- Youth ( Ages 7 - 14) Without Giotto's Bell Tower
- Children ( Ages 3 - 6) Without Giotto's Bell Tower
Explore the Heart of Florence! All tickets are pre-reserved.
Join our intimate small group tour and uncover the prominent landmarks in the heart of Florence, including the culturally and historically significant Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, and its complementary structures, all expertly explained by a knowledgeable local guide.
Enter the stunning Cathedral from a separate entrance for small groups and marvel at the breathtaking art and architecture. Learn about the history and significance of this iconic landmark, and uncover its secrets and hidden gems alongside an expert guide.
With priority admission, venture into the octagonal Baptistery of St. John and be mesmerized by its ceiling adorned with golden mosaics and the gleaming bronze doors famously known as the Gates of Paradise. Take a moment to gaze at the relief work on the detailed panels and discover that the authentic East Doors are currently on display in the Museum, which is your next stop.
Inside the Duomo Museum, marvel at the extraordinary masterpieces, such as the Baptistery Gates, Donatello’s sculptures, and the original dome’s wooden scaffoldings. While the exhibits can captivate you for hours, your guide will highlight the essential works of art, including Michelangelo’s Pietà.
Afterward, head to Giotto’s Bell Tower, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture that stands tall beside the Cathedral. ( Optional ) Choose to climb the tower with pre-reserved tickets and marvel at the panoramic views of Florence from the top. As you ascend the tower, take in the intricate details of the tower’s construction, including its intricate sculptures and colorful marble exterior. Take in the breathtaking views of Tuscany and Florence, an unforgettable experience.
- Discover Florence’s most significant attractions with the convenience of pre-reserved tickets and an expert guide.
- Explore the iconic Cathedral, the fascinating Duomo Museum, and the stunning Baptistery on a comprehensive guided tour.
- Choose to ascend the magnificent Giotto’s Bell Tower at your own pace using your pre-reserved tickets ( optional )
- Maximize your vacation time by joining a small group tour and accessing the sites quickly with our pre-reserved tickets.
- 2 hours guided tour plus pre-reserved ( Optional ) Bell Tower Climb on your own
- Entrance to the Cathedral from a separate entrance for small groups ( see restrictions)
- Pre-reserved tickets to visit the Duomo Museum
- Pre-reserved tickets to visit St. John’s Baptistery
- Optional pre-reserved tickets for Giotto’s Bell Tower ( spare 1 more hr )
- Small group tour for a personalized and interactive experience
- Expert tour guides with official licenses
- Transport to the meeting spot
- Climbing Brunelleschi’s Dome
- Individuals wearing sleeveless shirts and shorts or skirts above the knees are not allowed inside the Cathedral.
- Please be aware the Cathedral of Florence is an “operating” church which can be closed to visitors for any liturgical reason, even without warning (for the funeral of a Cardinal, for example).
- Entry to the Cathedral is not guaranteed as the Cathedral is a working church and hours can change without notice due to liturgical or other reasons. Our guides make every effort to enter the Cathedral with guests.
- Backpacks or large bags are not allowed
- Please note that the low season (generally November to March) is often seen as an opportunity for renovation and maintenance. Therefore, sites can be closed during this period, often without warning.
- Florence can be very warm in the summer. Please be advised that this tour includes portions that are outside and could be in the full sun. Please bring a hat, small umbrella, or sunscreen if you are sensitive to the sun.
We meet at the Lindt Chocolate Shop in Duomo Square. Your guide will have a signboard that says, “Walks In Europe.” Here is the Google Map link to the meeting point: