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Palazzo Vecchio Guided tour

Morning Tour

Enjoy a small-group guided tour that takes you to the heart of the Medici's power. Admire the art of Michelangelo and Donatello and visit the apartments and the chambers of the amazing palace.

Palazzo Vecchio Guided tour
Morning Tour
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About this experience

Visit Palazzo Vecchio and explore the heart of Medici Family power!
Follow our passionate and local guide and learn everything about the Medici: the powerful "signoria" who used to rule over Florence and played a huge role in the Italian Renaissance!

These rooms are full of secrets, secrets that inspired the Dan Brown best-sellers novels. Our guide will tell you every anecdote, every curiosity, every legend hidden in this place!

Learn about the secrets that are hidden within the walls of the Old Palace and that inspired the film Inferno, based on Dan Brown’s best-seller novel.
For example, you will listen to the story of Giorgio Vasari's wall frescoes and its mysterious inscription, Cerca e Trova (seek and find).

You will admire the amazing masterpieces of Donatello and Michelangelo scattered around the fancy rooms and corridors of this rich and powerful house.
We will grant you an intimate and authentic experience for small groups composed of maximum 15 people.
Don't miss the chance to meet the old Florence, with its stories and its arts, in this beautiful and fascinating palace.

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How to use the voucher

Mobile Voucher Accepted

Cancellation Policy

Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund

Additional Information

No backpacks are allowed.

Supported languages

Français, Deutsch, Español, Italiano, English

What's included

Small-group tour with a local guide (max 15 people).
Admission ticket.
Headphones for groups composed of more than 7 people.

What's not included


Meeting Point

Meeting point: under the Cosimo I Statue