Florence: Duomo Guided Tour with Optional Dome Climb Upgrade

(1944)
USD 19

GO TO THE WEBSITE

Description

Beat the crowds and indulge in a comprehensive guided tour of Florence's iconic Duomo. Delve into the fascinating story of how the brilliant Brunelleschi designed the magnificent dome, marvel at the breathtaking fresco depicting The Last Judgement, and opt for a thrilling upgrade to ascend to the dome's summit for a breathtaking panoramic view.


Beat the crowds and make the most of your time in Florence with an express guided tour of the iconic Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, one of the city's most sought-after attractions. As you venture inside this magnificent monument, commonly known as the Florence Duomo, you'll be awestruck by the soaring ceilings, intricate stained-glass windows, and breathtaking frescoes that adorn its walls. Your expert guide will regale you with the captivating story of how this 7th-century church evolved into the majestic 89,000-square-foot cathedral that stands proudly today. Delve into the innovative engineering techniques pioneered by the visionary Filippo Brunelleschi, which made the construction of the dome possible. Be mesmerized by Vasari's striking fresco, The Last Judgement, which adorns the cupola. After the tour, you're free to linger and explore the cathedral at your leisure or stroll out to Piazza del Duomo to admire the stunning marbled exterior. Opt for our exclusive upgrade and ascend the dome at your own pace, savoring the most spectacular views of Florence in a setting that's both serene and exhilarating. This bespoke experience ensures a tranquil and awe-inspiring adventure, allowing you to drink in the breathtaking panoramas at your own pace. What's more, your ticket grants you access to the Baptistery, Giotto's Bell Tower, and the Duomo Museum for 72 hours, inviting you to embark on an immersive exploration of Florence's rich cultural heritage. This comprehensive experience extends far beyond the cathedral's exclusive tour, promising an unforgettable journey through the heart of Florence.

GO TO THE WEBSITE