Price: Starting at $70.18 pp.
Availability: Daily at 10am*
Duration: 3.5 hours, 10am - 1:30pm
*This tour operates daily from April to October.
An exciting guided tour through all the most important sights and locations that professor Robert Langdon visited in the hit thriller novel, Inferno, by Dan Brown.
Your guide will recount mind-blowing details, anecdotes, and clue-filled history that will make you see Florence in a unique and unforgettable way.
You will be introduced Botticelli’s painting entitled Inferno and get an in-depth description of the connection this has with Dante and the history of the Divine Comedy. The tour will also visit the Baptistery, the Paradise Gates and the Duomo of Florence where you will be enlightened with knowledge of the symbols and codes as described in the book.
The highlight of the tour will be at Palazzo Vecchio, Town hall of Florence where faith and science join together with breathless revelations. Here, you will admire the Hall of Geographical Maps, the Capriate, the balconies and Dante’s death Mask. You will also go through the beautiful “Salone dei 500” and the secret passages of the Duke of Athens.
This is a great tour that will allow you to learn more about art and the rich history of Florence while learning about its protagonists of the past, such as Dante, Botticelli, Michelangelo and Giorgio Vasari through the lens of mystery and symbology.
Meeting point will be at a central location. Details will be provided in final documents.
- Entrance to the Duomo and Baptistery
- Entrance to Palazzo Vecchio with exclusive access to the Duke of Athens, Hall of Geographical Maps and Dante’s death mask
- English-speaking guide
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- This tour is not suitable for people with impaired mobility.
- Big bags and liquid bottles are not allowed inside the museums.
- Due to some of the halls of Palazzo Vecchio, the Duomo or Baptistery being closed for extraordinary institutional events, the itinerary of the tour may sometimes undergo some minor changes, but the quality will always be preserved.
- A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements.