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. See the original “death mask of Dante Alighieri” and the “Hall of Geographical Maps”, where lies the secret passage used by Langdon to escape from the building
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.
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Apr - Oct: Monday, Wednesday & SaturdayDuration
1 hour and 15 minutes + Lunch time(Approx.)Start time
From Apr to October : Lunch starting from 12:00pm(noon)
Guided Visit : 2:00pm
May to October
From 12:00 pm Lunch at Giannino Restaurant – via Borgo San Lorenzo 33/37red
At 01:45 pm - Florence, Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio entrance on the left side (Via dei Gondi) – at the ticket office
Giannino Restaurant – via Borgo San Lorenzo 33/37red
Tour starts with a Florentine lunch in a popular historic restaurant located in the ancient merchant open gallery in the heart of the Medicean district. After lunch, head towards Palazzo Vecchio, built in 1299 and then restored by Vasari for the Grand Duke Cosimo de’ Medici. Your guide will show you the Duke of Athens staircase, a secret escape way built in the thickness of the walls of the building and the magnificent Salone dei Cinquecento. Admire the huge frescos by Vasari, with the mysterious message cerca trova (Seek and You Shall find) at the top right of the painting.
Climb the ancient Capriate (trusses) supporting the roof of the Salone dei Cinquecento and see the original death mask of Dante Alighieri. Next, explore the Hall of Geographical Maps, wherein lies the secret passage used by Langdon to escape from the building.
The tour ends with a visit to Bianca Cappello’s dressing room after which, you also enjoy access to the secret Studiolo of Francesco I.
The tour includes a sumptuous Florentine lunch in a characteristic and historic restaurant in the ancient merchant open gallery in the heart of the Medicean district. Depending on the season, the lunch will be scheduled either before or after the tour.
Voucher Information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other device. Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the start of the tour to confirm the departure details. So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the start point 15 minutes early. Wear comfortable shoes and appropriate clothing so as to visit religious place.
The entrance time of the Guided Visit can be subject to changes not depending on local activity operator but on the Museum availability.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
You can always check your tour time by calling local activity operator - +39 055 283200 or +39 055 210610
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...soma s choudhury, United Kingdom
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