Florence: Palazzo Vecchio Entrance Ticket & Audioguide
- Skip the line
- Valid: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
Palazzo Vecchio is the heart of Florence. Built in 1299 to house the leaders of the medieval city it is the symbol of the city’s history. The golden age of Palazzo Vecchio began when the Medici family decided to turn it into a real palace, making it the family residence. During your visit, you’ll be able to admire the architecture of the palazzo, and its sculptures and paintings, and learn about its rich and complex history over the centuries. Your 2-hour visit to the Palazzo Vecchio will be enhanced with a multimedia guide in the form of a 7-inch tablet that provides fascinating audio-video narration with images in high definition and spectacular 3D re-creations.
La visita e tutti i servizi (per esempio audioguida) erano buonissimi. Raccomando a tutti!
Discover the history and art of the Palazzo Vecchio on this private tour. Meet your guide outside the palace, skip the lines and learn about the many roles of this emblematic building throughout Florence's history. Visit the incredible collection of Renaissance artwork, marvel at the exquisite ceilings in the Hall of the Five Hundred, and explore a hall filled with ancient maps. Travel through time to the end of the 13th century when the palace was built, and then follow its path to becoming the seat of the Florentine Republic, and later the residence of Grand Duke Cosimo I de Medici. Tour the Government Halls and the Granducale family's private rooms, renovated by Giorgio Vasari, and explore the apartments of the Grand Duchess Eleonora of Toledo. Climb Arnolfo's Tower for panoramic views of Florence.
Daniela ist eine sehr nette, sehr kompetente Führerin. Können wir jedem nur weiter empfehlen. Neben ihrem großartigem Wissen ist die freundliche Art hervorzuheben, mit der sie auf ihre Kunden eingeht,
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A super informative and entertaining tour, led by Victoria in a dedicated and varied manner, who not only brought us closer to the main highlights of the Uffizi in a very lively manner, but also gave us a wide range of political and historical information, that's what a great tour should be.
Historically significant and wonderfully preserved. Tip: the home audio guide makes the visit more relaxed, as it is a tablet that you have to carry in your hand. Even if the guide is well done, I found the videos rather annoying as they distract from the halls.
The care is very secure (covid); normal. But it is fast and of high quality. Visit in 2 stages. First the tower, in small groups. Splendid view of the city. Tiring, but worth it. Then the museum: very beautiful pieces
A beautiful place to visit. Interesting details and stories that I wouldn’t know without our guide Giulia.
Nice to be able to go straight to ticket booth without queuing. Guide was excellent. Palazzo fabulous.