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Florence: Duomo Entry Ticket with Brunelleschi's Dome282 Reviews
Experience a 360° breathtaking panoramic view from the very top of Brunelleschi's Dome. Explore Giotto's Bell Tower, the Baptistery, and other sites of the complex at your own pace.
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- Travel back to the Renaissance period while exploring Brunelleschi's dome
- Soak in the breathtaking panoramic view of Florence from the top of the dome
- Take a tour of the Cathedral, Giotto’s Bell Tower, the Baptistery, and more
- Admire the beauty of The Last Judgment, an iconic fresco by Zuccari and Vasari
- See the magnificent original doors of the Baptistery, a revered building
DescriptionStep inside Brunelleschi's dome, one of the most iconic landmarks in Florence with an entrance ticket. Ascend to the dome’s lantern and see the panoramic view of the pretty red rooftops of the historic center before a tour of the complex. As you gaze outwards, you may catch glimpses of the picturesque River Arno, the Tuscan hills, and more. After visiting the dome, continue towards the Cathedral, Giotto’s Bell Tower, the Baptistery, and other areas. You will be amazed to see the grandeur of Florence Cathedral. Admire the vibrant colors with intricate details of The Last Judgment, a giant fresco painted by Zuccari and Vasari. You will also witness the the three original doors of the baptistery including the Gate of Paradise made by Ghiberti. Spend time exploring the magnificent architectural masterpiece in the heart of Florence.
IncludesBrunelleschi's Dome timed entrance ticket Cathedral ground floor fast track entry through the crypt entrance Cathedral complex 72-hour anytime pass (bell tower, baptistery, crypt, and cathedral museum)
- You will have to climb 463 steps to reach the top of the Duomo. There is no elevator in the complex Ticket and security checks are mandatory before the tour The Cathedral and the crypt remain closed on Sundays and during Christian holidays Shoulder and knees must be covered to get into the cathedral ground floor, baptistery and crypt, not required for the other sites of the dome.