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Churches and Cathedrals

In-depth guided tour on Dante Alighieri: Cathedral, Dante's Ho ...

During this guided tour you will have the opportunity to discover his highlights in Florence, rich in places, a ...

Starting from 174.00 €

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Giotto’s Bell Tower

Giotto’s Bell Tower is recognized worldwide as a symbol of Florence, a marvel that rises in piazza Duomo vaunti ...

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Florence Cathedral

The Florence Cathedral is the third largest church in the world after Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome and Saint ...

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San Giovanni Baptistry

An icon of Florence, the Baptistery is renowned for its striking exterior, gilded bronze doors and an interior ...

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Brunelleschi’s Dome

Are you ready to climb Brunelleschi’s world-famous Dome for a one of a kind view of Vasari’s frescoes and Flore ...

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The Brancacci Chapel

The Brancacci Chapel, located in the Church of the Madonna del Carmine, is a sophisticated jubilee of vibrant c ...

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Santa Reparata Crypt in the Florence Cathedral

Hidden amongst Florence’s Renaissance gems are traces of a more olden past. Inside Santa Reparata, you’ll journ ...

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Museum of Santa Maria Novella

Visit the remarkable Santa Maria Novella Museum, a unique journey through the striking spaces of the monumental ...

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The Medici Chapels

Burial place of the illustrious Medici family, the Medici Chapels are a grandiose and spectacular monument not ...

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Pieve di S. Giuliano a Settimo

Among the oldest suburban churches of the Florentine diocese, in the plain of Settimo is the pieve (plebian chu ...

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Chiesa di Santa Maria a Caiano

Few minutes away from Londa we find the Church of St. Mary at Caiano.

Churches and Cathedrals

Museum Area of the “Gerusalemme di S. Vivaldo”

This is one of the ‘New Jerusalems’ built in the 16th–17th centuries, to enable people to make a pilgrimage to ...

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