01 Apr - 31 Oct: Monday, Wednesday & Saturday
01 Nov – 31 Mar: Saturday
3 hoursStart time
Meet your guide at 2:45pm at Via Della Ninna n.7Ending Point
The Baptistery in the Cathedral Square
Follow the storyline and discover the places of Dan Brown’s 2013 novel ‘Inferno’ in Florence. Delve deep into the mysteries of this medieval city and trace Robert Langdon’s exciting escape.
Known for his best-selling The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons novels set in different capitals of the world, Dan Brown has now taken on Florence: the birthplace of Renaissance brimming with mystery and intrigue.
See the highlights of the city, such as Palazzo Vecchio built in 1299, where you will see huge frescos by Vasari with the mysterious message ‘Cerca trova’ (seek and you shall find). Visit the private apartments of the Grand Duchesse Eleonora, and see the death mask of Dante Alighieri. Uncover the secret passageway used by Langdon to escape from the palazzo.
This tour combines the excitement of Brown’s mystery thriller novel with the beauty of Florence, allowing you to discover the city from a unique perspective. See if you can solve the mystery and keep up with Langdon as he makes his escape through the streets and squares of the city.
You will also receive a ticket to enter the Duomo and climb Giotto’s tower any time you wish within 24 hours of taking the tour.
Note: This tour does not operate on the first Saturday of every month
Meet your guide at at 2:45pm at Via Della Ninna n.7 in Florence. The tour departs at 3:00pm.
The tour follows the journey of Robert Langdon through Florence, as played out in the latest novel by best-selling author Dan Brown. Lead by a professional guide, you will see the most beautiful monuments of the city.
The tour starts in Palazzo Vecchio, where you will see the famous frescos by Vasari and statues representing the Medici family. Next you will visit the private apartments of Grand Duchesse Eleonora and follow your guide into the room of the maps where lies the secret passage used by Langdon in the novel. Once outside the Palazzo, you will stroll down the same streets as Langdon and gaze upon the imposing bell tower. You will also see the place where Leonardo da Vinci lived when he painted the Mona Lisa.
The tour then moves on to view the home of Dante Alighieri and his church, followed by the huge Duomo and its cupola. Next, you will enter the beautiful Baptistery to see the stunning ‘Gates of Paradise’ by Ghiberti and the gorgeous mosaic on the ceiling.
The tour ends at the Baptistery. You will receive a ticket to visit the Duomo and the cupola, to be used within 24 hours of taking the tour. From the top of the cupola you will have spectacular views of the city.
Meet your guide 15 minutes before tour start time to allow the tour to depart promptly.
No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the start of the tour to confirm the departure details.
Was an exclusive tour of only 4 people.so it was very good.guide was excellent.showed us the Duomo and crypt as well at my request.shame the museum was closed for renovation.was...
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