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About Florence City Pass

This is the best Florence ticket deal that you'll find online! You get to skip the line for tickets and gain priority entry for all of the famous attractions. With the help of an audio guide app, explore the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia, Brunelleschi's Dome, Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore, Boboli Gardens, Pitti Palace, and much more!

FLEXIBLE BOOKING OPTIONS

Can you cancel up to 24 hours in advance and get a full refund? Can you book now but pay later? Yes and yes! We're doing everything we can to fit with your plans.

SAVE YOUR TIME AND SKIP THE LINE!

Let others stand in lines and wait for an entrance; you're not a part of that crowd. With the Florence Pass, you will gain priority entry to all of the attractions in Florence!

A HELPFUL AUDIO GUIDE APP

To give you the best possible experience and save you money, we've included a helpful audio app. It will guide you through the museums and provide you with all the details you need and want!

FAMOUS WORKS OF ART AWAIT YOU!

See The Birth of Venus in Uffizi Gallery, Raphael's Madonna & Child in Pitti Palace, the Statue of David in Accademia Gallery, and the list goes on. All of the most important frescoes, paintings, and sculptures by Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and many others are included in the Florence Pass!

CHOOSE YOUR PASS OPTION

You can choose the type of pass that is most convenient for you. We offer a half-day or full-day option. There's also the five-day Florence Pass, which includes the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia, Brunelleschi's Dome, Pitti Palace, Boboli, and Bardini Gardens!

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Florence Pass is the best deal by far!

I've been to Florence before and wanted to see the famous works of art inside the Pitti Palace and climb up to the Brunelleschi's Dome. But the long lines in front of the ticket offices always turned me off. This time, I purchased the Florence Pass, and by skipping the ticket lines, I was finally able to see everything I wanted! Florence Pass was worth every cent!

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An amazing way to explore all Florence has to offer!

Florence is the most beautiful city in Europe, period. I was overwhelmed by its culture, art, and amazing architecture. Thanks to this Florence Pass, I've had a chance to see so many amazing paintings in the Uffizi Gallery: the Birth of Venus by Botticelli, Caravaggio's Medusa, and Venus of Urbino by Titian, just to name a few. The highlight was, of course, Michelangelo's David in the Accademia Gallery. Loved it!

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THE UFFIZI GALLERY – THE PALACE OF MASTERPIECES

Whatever Florence Pass option you choose, you will gain priority entry to one of the most famous galleries in the world - the Uffizi Gallery. Not surprisingly, "Uffizi" means "the offices". In those times, only the top floor was dedicated to hosting the Medici's family art collection. The Medici were the most prominent patrons of art during the Renaissance period in Italy. Artists such as Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci benefited from this patronage, and their masterpieces quickly became highlights of the gallery. As the art collection grew, the Uffizi was transformed from an office building into an art gallery. The Uffizi Gallery officially opened to the public in 1769. Some of the magnificent works of art you will have a chance to marvel at include the Birth of Venus by Botticelli, the Annunciation by Leonardo da Vinci, Doni Tondo by Michelangelo, and many others.

THE ACCADEMIA GALLERY – DAVID'S JOURNEY

A must-see on anyone's list is the Statue of David by the famous sculptor Michelangelo. Believe it or not, the statue was standing at the Piazza della Signoria in 1504! For almost four centuries, this priceless statue was out in the open and exposed to the elements. By the second half of the 19th century, art experts and city magistrates had made a decision to put the priceless statue inside a building. The Accademia Gallery seemed perfect, but the statue needed its own space. So, the architect Emilio de Fabris was given a task to design a square-shaped building (known as the Tribune) within the Accademia. In 1882, the building was finally finished, and the statue was presented to the public. It's worth mentioning that the Accademia Gallery hosts other works of art as well. Paintings by Renaissance masters such as Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Pontormo, and many others are also on display. Oh, and be sure to check out the Museum of Musical Instruments; it's within the Accademia Gallery and is included in the Florence Pass!

BRUNELLESCHI'S DOME – THE BEST CITY VIEW

By skipping the ticket lines, you will have priority entry to one of the most famous buildings in Florence, Brunelleschi's Dome! Located in the historic center of the city at the Piazza del Duomo is the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. This architectural wonder still boasts the title of being the biggest brick dome in the world! By walking inside, you will have the chance to marvel at the enormous fresco of the dome's ceiling - The Last Judgment. This fresco is still the biggest in the world! There are many fascinating details you will learn with the help of the Florence Pass audio guide app!

PITTI PALACE – THE RESIDENCE OF THE MEDICI FAMILY

By choosing the five-day option of Florence Pass, you will have plenty of time to discover and enjoy the Pitti Palace at your own pace. As the name suggests, it was built by the Pitti family, but later it was sold to the Medici family. It was the Medici's main residence for the next two and a half centuries, after which it became a public museum in the late 18th century. Within its walls, there are five different art galleries and a museum. The main gallery of the museum is the Palatine Gallery, which contains 28 different rooms filled with precious artwork. Its collections include works from some of the finest artists of the Renaissance and Baroque periods, such as Titian, Raphael, Caravaggio, and Rubens.

BOBOLI AND BARDINI GARDENS – A RENAISSANCE LANDSCAPE

Behind the Pitti Palace are the renowned Boboli Gardens. They offer a stunning view of the city as well as a refreshing stroll during the summer months. It was built and enlarged throughout the centuries and represents the most important example of the Italian garden. Its layout and design later served as an inspiration for many aristocratic and royal gardens in Europe. Lavishly decorated with fountains, statues, and many ornamental details, it has become the ideal Renaissance landscape. As you walk its straight and wide paths, you can easily imagine yourself being a member of the Medici family some 400 years ago, just strolling the garden and enjoying peace and tranquility.

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FREE CANCELLATION UP TO 24H IN ADVANCE!

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Receive a complete refund if you cancel your booking 24 hours before the selected date!

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How much will I save with the Florence Pass?

By choosing the Florence Pass, you save over 25% compared to purchasing individual skip-the-line tickets for the Uffizi Gallery, Accademia Gallery, Palazzo Pitti, Boboli Gardens, Brunelleschi's Dome, and Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore. The total cost of these separate tickets would be about 137 Euros. This package not only saves you money but also includes additional benefits such as an audio guide and priority access to all included attractions.

Know before you go

  • Please remember to bring a fully charged smartphone, as you will need it for the audio guide app.
  • Don't forget to bring your own headphones!
  • We advise you to dress appropriately when entering religious sites like churches and cathedrals.
  • We suggest you wear comfortable shoes and clothes, especially if you plan to visit during the summer.
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Meeting Point

Keep in mind that you must exchange your voucher at the agency. Look for the agency SlowTourTuscany next to the Bar Bistrot 34R.

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EXPERIENCE MORE, PAY LESS & SKIP THE LINES!

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Enjoy priority entry to the top Florence attractions with a single ticket!

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FAQ – Florence Pass

What is included in the Florence Pass?

To suit your interests and the time at your disposal, we are offering you three options. There's the half-day option, which covers visits to the Uffizi Gallery and Brunelleschi's Dome. The full-day option includes the Uffizi, the Dome, and the Accademia Gallery (Michelangelo's David). If you're planning to stay longer, we would definitely recommend the five-day option! It includes all of the above, plus the Pitti Palace, the Boboli, and the Bardini Gardens! You get to take it slow and visit these landmarks at your own pace. Regardless of the option you choose, you will save time and money, and you'll get skip-the-line priority entrance to each attraction!

How do I use the Florence Pass?

After you select the preferred dates, choose the attractions you wish to see and how many tickets you wish to buy. Next, when you finish your payment, you will receive a confirmation via email. It will include an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide. All you have to do then is exchange your online voucher for the tickets at the SlowTourTuscany agency (open in Google Maps). Your exploration of Renaissance Florence may begin!

Which languages are available in the audio guide app?

The languages available on our fun and informative audio guide app are: Italian, English, Spanish, French, and German.

How do I get from one attraction in Florence to another?

Although the center of the city is closed to traffic, this does not apply to public buses and taxis. However, if you're able to walk, we recommend going around on foot. Since all of the attractions included in the Florence Pass are located in the historic center, that would be the most practical way. Florence is among the most walkable cities in the world.

What other places or tours do you recommend while I'm in Italy?

There is plenty to see outside of Florence. We definitely recommend you take a Day Trip to Cinque Terre! The five charming fishing villages that make up Cinque Terre are located on the Italian Riviera. Also, if you want to see the rest of Tuscany, we have the Tuscany Day Trip from Florence. Visit Siena, the Chianti Hills, San Gimignano, and Pisa with its iconic Leaning Tower!

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