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The Inferno by Dan Brown and the Boboli Gardens - Private Tour

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The Inferno by Dan Brown and the Boboli Gardens - Private Tour

Relive the most important places of the famous novel and visit the Boboli Gardens with a private guide!

Boboli Gardens Tickets

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7.75 €

Boboli Gardens Tickets

Just one ticket for 5 museums: Boboli Gardens, the Silver Museum, the Costume Gallery, the Porcelain Museum and the Bardini Gardens

Combined skip the line entry for the Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace and Boboli Garden

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Combined skip the line entry for the Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace and Boboli Garden

A unique entrance to visit 8 museums without waiting in lines!

San Marco Museum Tickets - Florence

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San Marco Museum Tickets - Florence

The works of Beato Angelico, Fra' Bartolomeo and the Ghirlandaio are waiting for you in the Basilica of San Marco!

Palatine Gallery and Modern Art Gallery - Combined ticket

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Palatine Gallery and Modern Art Gallery - Combined ticket

Visitall the museums inside the Pitti Palace with a single ticket!

Guided Visit to the Uffizi Gallery

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Guided Visit to the Uffizi Gallery

Book a guided tour to discover the most important museum of Florence!

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VISIT FLORENCE: OUR ADVICE

How long should I stay in Florence?

From the Museums and the most famous churches, to the typical Old Town, to the lesser-known museums and gardens, Florence has a wide range reserved for tourists. If this is the first time you visit the city, we advise to at least a 4 days stay in order to visit the most famous places without hurry. If you want to discover the Cradle of the Renaissance in a deepen way, we recommend you to stay at least for a week.

What to visit with children?

Florence is one of the most family friendly cities in Italy. Almost all museums offer programs dedicated to families, but especially to children, starting by Palazzo Vecchio. There are many parks and restaurants with play areas specially designed for the little ones. If you are choosing a period of the year to visit the city we recommend April, period in which the Children's Festival is usually organized in the historic center of Florence, with free events dedicated to children´s creativity and imagination.

What are the typical dishes of Florence?

A rich centuries-old tradition has made of the typical Florentine cuisine one of the best of Italy. Mainly with peasant origins, the typical dishes of the Tuscan capital are characterized by simple ingredients, but with a unique taste. Among the most famous are the “pappa al pomodoro” and “ribollita” (very good during fall and winter), the typical “trippa al sugo” and the “lampredotto” which aromas fill the downtown streets. Absolutely not to be forget, the tasty Florentine steak.

 

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