Mysteries, secrets and legends unveiled: roam Medieval Florence, the darkest and most mystifying part of town, along the path tread by Tom Hanks, on the thread spun by Dan Brown in his gripping novel "Inferno".
Take part in a one-of-a-kind heart-stirring Florentine journey filled with quests and intrigue!
Led by our charismatic guide you will explore Florence following a trail of cryptic clues and landmarks, catch views of concealed sights and feel the thrill of remote anecdotes, legends and beguiling symbols, just like Professor Robert Langdon in Brown's novel.
Discover Florence's striking city center in all its splendor from a uniquely captivating viewpoint, gape at the details of the city's exciting history and centuries-old legacy, hear all about the great Medici dynasty and their political intrigues, learn about one of their grand palaces, Palazzo Medici Riccardi, and admire the San Lorenzo Church and other imposing landmarks described in the novel.
The majestic doors of Palazzo Vecchio, town hall of Florence ("A giant chess piece that has become an inimitable symbol of Florence," as Dan Brown wrote in his "Inferno"), will lead you to discover awe-inspiring sights: magnificent halls, like "Salone dei 500", with frescoes rich in allegoric figures and hidden meanings, balconies, the Hall of antique Geographical Maps, and Dante's death mask!
During the tour there will be a break to relish one of the delights of the Italian way of life - a typical Italian breakfast on a panoramic terrace with a stunning view of cupolas and red-tiled rooftops. Allegory and mystery, history, art and architecture, and breathtaking details... a uniquely fascinating focus on Florence!
EVERY DAY at 9am
Approx. 3.5 hours
Apr to Oct
Price Notes: from EUR 65 p.p. (adults)
students 10% disc. / children 4-12 30% disc. / children 0-3 FREE
FLORENCETOWN TOURS & NEWS STAND - Piazza della Repubblica, corner with Via Pellicceria (the Florencetown kiosk on the left of the APPLE STORE, under the arches) - Florence - SEE ON MAP
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.
Please note that due to the possibility of some of the halls of Palazzo Vecchio, the itinerary of the tour may sometimes undergo some minor changes, but the quality will always be preserved.
This tour runs rain or shine.