Hidden treasure of Florence: Vasari Corridor

Looking for a truly unique experience in Florence?

The Vasari Corridor is one of the hidden treasures of the city with difficult access for tourists. We have teamed with the best tour operator in Florence to let you discover this magic and enchanting treasure.

Feel like the Grand Duke on this walk, from his private display of artworks on the top-floor of the Uffizi, along the corridor built by Vasari, crossing the Arno River along an aerial hidden passage over the Ponte Vecchio, you can reach the Pitti Palace and the Boboli gardens. Find out why the Corridor was built and what its purpose was.

It is possible to join this tour on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday in April, every day from May to the end of October. Tuesday and Friday in November and December.

This is an experience not too be missed!

Price: € 92,00 per person including Uffizi highlights Tour, Exclusive opening of the Vasari Corridor, Licensed English speaking Guide (3 hours) Children under 6 free. Children 6 to 12 years old reduced price ticket 46,00 euro if together a full price adult. Contact us to book this tour. This is a group tour, if you prefer to share this experience with your friend and family only we are able to organise private tours to the Corridor. E-mail us for info and prices for private tours.

Tickets to this special attraction are limited and difficult to obtain. With us you are assured not to miss the access to this magnificent masterpiece!

If you’re looking for accommodation in Florence check out these two amazing apartments: Duomo and Signoria.

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