great guide Giacomo who took us to all the secret stairwairs and a passage behind a painting with lots of info you wouldn't find out if you didn't have a guide. expensive but worth the money as a lightheartef treat for our last day
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Lovely museum, doesn't try to overload you with information but gets you interested, stunning views. We went with a 'firenze card' which is well worth investing in, most of the museum's in Florence are free admission and queue jump if you buy one.
I am not much of a museum person but this visit was WORTH IT - 100%. I walked 2 hours in the Old Palace in Florence center and I didn't want to get out of there... The fine arts, the details, the painting, the history,...More
Museo di Palazzo Vecchio is a beautiful building with impressive architecture. The exhibits and the palace itself merit a visit.
I just had the most amazing guided tour led by the outstanding Francesca of Palazzo Vecchio: it was funny, informative, full of interesting facts and anecdotes. An unforgetable experience tht I highly recommend! Also: don't miss the breathtaking view of the whole city from the...More
We passed the admissions office one evening by chance and bought tickets for the next day, allowing entry into the museum and tower (14 Euro/ adult). Try to arrive early, as the queues build up during the day, however we missed them. The tower allowed...More
The architecture and artwork on display here is breath taking. Definitely worth a trip with a guide to learn the history and understand what you are looking at!
Wonderful art and history in this building. Make sure you rent the audio tour - it will give meaning to what you see. Without it, you'll just see a lot of beautiful things. My wife and I went by ourselves and spent 3 1/2 hours...More
We only visited the museum and the tower. I recommend to go there early in the day and after buying the tickets go for the tower. The waiting line for the towerwill be just longer with each minute past, and there is no air conditioning...More
My family and I toured the Palazzo Vecchio around 8:30pm one night last week and nearly had the place to ourselves what an unexpected surprise when in Florence during July. What an amazing place! We spent 30 minutes in the room of 500 alone. Have...More