In the Heart of Florence

from the urbanistic shape of the city is possible to understand how life was in the Middle Age

You can visit:

  • Piazza San Giovanni and Piazza del Duomo: the Cathedral, the Baptistry and Giotto Bell Tower
  • The Case-torri (house-towers, the towers that were dwellings as well as defence work)
  • The medieval backstreets
  • Piazza della Signoria: Palazzo Vecchio and Loggia dei Lanzi
  • The Old Bridge

Opening Hours and tickets price


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 10am-5pm
Thursday: May and October: 10am-3.30pm / from July until September: 10am-5pm / other months: 10am-4.30pm
Saturday: 10am-4.45pm
Sunday and religious holidays: 1.30pm-4.45pm

Free Entrance


Monday-Saturday: 12.15pm-70pm (1st Saturday of the month: 8.30am-2pm)
Sunday: 8.30am-2pm

Ticket: Euro 4,00 (no reductions)

Giotto Bell Tower

Everyday: 8.30am-7.30pm

Ticket: Euro 6,00 (no reductions)

Note: Dressing appropriately is required to enter some churches, both men and women must not wear shorts or sleeveless tops. A good advice is to always bring a scarf or shawl to throw over your shoulders not to be turn away from the entrance. In some churches they have disposable paper shawls you can wear.

Now it is possible to book online your ticket for the Bell tower, the Cathedral, the Dome, the Opera del Duomo Museum using the form on the web site of the Opa Firenze