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Florence Cathedral: Skip-the-Line Small Group Guided Tour272 Reviews
Admire the magnificent Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore with an expert guide. Skip the long lines and have more time to marvel at the Duomo.
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- Skip the line to the Duomo of Florence and save your precious vacation time
- Let an expert guide tell you all the secrets of the marvelous Duomo of Florence
- Enjoy the intimacy of small group tour (max. 25 people)
DescriptionSkip the long lines and enter the Cathedral. Admire the white and green marble of the Dome of Brunelleschi– an architectural marvel. Cross the threshold and you will be greeted by the 3 naves of the church, as well as it’s stunning interior. Marvel at the light pouring through the stained glass windows, colorfully illuminating the evocative rosette of the façade. Take a journey back in time as your local guide details the history of the Duomo. Learn about its progression from a small 7th-century church to the 3rd largest cathedral in the world. Hear how Brunelleschi developed innovative techniques in order to build the Duomo. Be amazed at Zuccari and Vasari's massive fresco depicting the Last Judgement. Once your guided tour is over, you can stay inside the Cathedral as long as you like.
IncludesGuide Skip-the-line access to the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (Duomo) Group tour Preferential route reserved exclusively for your group to access the area located below the Dome Headphones for larger groups Entrance tickets to the Museum of the Misericordia di Firenze
- Please note there is a dress code for the Cathedral. Please make sure your shoulders and knees are covered.
- It is strictly forbidden to bring large bags or luggage inside the Duomo.
- Comfortable shoes are suggested.
- Unfortunately, this tour is not suitable for people in wheelchairs or with limited mobility.
- Due to security controls at the entrance of the Cathedral, waiting times may be longer for access to the Duomo.