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From EUR 53
Enjoy the best view ever in Florence: climb the Dome and discover its secrets in a one-hour guided tour
Duration: 1 hours
Are you looking for a great and high point of view to admire Florence? Would you like to climb one of the best-preserved Dome in the world?
Enjoy the hiking of one of the most striking cupolas in the world right in Florence.
How many steps lead up to il Duomo in Florence, Italy? Face its 463 steps and admire a 360° view of a landscape that is definitely going to impress you.
Cherish the sunset on the highest point in Florence while your local guide explains you the wonders hidden in the landscape
This one-hour guided hiking gives you the special chance of standing above the main attractions of the Medici's city. Tour leads you between the two domes: unveil how the majestic cupolas stand since centuries.
Starting from the entrance via "Porta della Mandorla", located on the northern side of the Cathedral, let your guide seduce you with all the stories related to this ancient cathedral.
Also, enjoy the Vasari’s “Last Judgment” painting and find out every special details that make this depicted one of the most important of the 1500, right after the one made by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel in Rome.
Radio system will be provided in order to hear your guide when you reach the top of the Dome.
IMPORTANT Please note:
Monday to Friday: Meet your guide at 4.40 PM at the Colonna San Zanobi, right in front of Baptistery entrance
Saturday and Sunday: Meet your guide at 2.40 PM at the Colonna San Zanobi, right in front of Baptistery entrance
Please note: punctuality is a must, NO latecomer is going to join the tour
This tour does not run on the first Tuesday of the month, as the Dome is closed.
No lifts or elevator are available
The tour is not recommended for people suffering from heart problems, vertigo or claustrophobia