Florence Attractions Tickets

Florence Attraction Tickets

Make your vacation more exciting by visiting some of the beautiful places of medieval times with your Florence attraction tickets. The attractions of the historic city include beautiful palaces, chapels and gardens. Florence is well known for its Renaissance art, culture, and architecture, and the best way to witness these is by visiting the city's top attractions.


The city has a few palaces which serve as museums and art galleries in the current times. One of the noteworthy palaces you can visit with your Florence City Pass is the Palazzo Pitti well known for its artwork in different forms from paintings to clothing. Another well-known palace is the Palazzo Vecchio, famous for its Hall of Five Hundred with spectacular frescoes, wall fresco is by Michelangelo and ceiling paintings by Vasari. Apart from the castles, there is also the Boboli Gardens with its Baroque, horticulture, and English section showcasing beautiful statues and fountains in the midst of lush greenery. Florence is also well known for its famous Brunelleschi Dome and you can use a Florence Pass to visit this architectural magnificence which was the world’s biggest dome of that era and is considered to be the most significant architectural achievement of that time. Use your Florence Day Pass also to visit the Medici Chapel, the charming chapel of the parish church belonging to the banking family.

Florence Museum Tickets

Dubbed the birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence is a city with several Museums showcasing various art forms and sculptures of the ancient era. While visiting these places, you will be able to witness the work of art by the master artists of that period such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Titian, Caravaggio, Michelangelo, Botticelli, and others.


Visit the most famous museum of Florence, Uffizi Gallery where you will be able to observe the work of art by great artists from the Middle Ages up to modern times. Use your Florence Pass to visit another prominent place, Galleria dell’Accademia of Florence, an art school where the original Michelangelo's David is housed with other paintings and sculptures. You must also visit Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze if you are interested in looking at the collection of Greek and Roman antiquities along with ancient Egyptian objects. Another interactive museum you can enjoy with family is the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum with forty interactive models. Visit the museum with your Florence attraction tickets and take a look at war machines, and scientific instruments, along with several reproductions of Da Vinci’s paintings such as Mona Lisa, The Last Supper and Vitruvian Man.

Florence Basilica Tickets

Book your tickets to the renowned basilicas of Florence for an immersive journey through history and art. Delight in awe-inspiring architecture, intricate details, and cultural significance. Don't miss the chance to explore these iconic spiritual landmarks that have stood the test of time.

Day Trips From Florence

Escape the charms of Florence for a day and discover the captivating surroundings. Venture into picturesque landscapes, historical sites, and cultural wonders. These day trips offer a perfect blend of history, nature, and local flavor, promising a delightful and enriching experience just a short journey away from the city's artistic embrace.

Plan Your Visit To Florence

How To Reach
Best Time to Visit Florence
Getting Around
Best Areas to Stay
Travel Tips
Other Essential Info

By Flight: The closest airport to Florence is Amerigo Vespucci Airport, which is 5 km away from the city and has only domestic and European flights operating. The second nearest airport, Pisa Airport has flights traveling from several cities across the world.


By Road: You can travel from the towns of Greve in Chianti, Assisi in Umbria, Siena, San Gimignano, Montepulciano, and Volterra to reach the SITA bus station in Florence.


By Train: Several major cities in Italy take the Rome-Milan Line to reach the Santa Maria Novella Station in Florence. If you are traveling from these cities, train is your best option.

The best time to visit the city of Florence is in the summer months between May to September when the weather is warm and the sky above is clear. Enjoy the sunshine while visiting in these months and enjoy open-air dining and art festivals.

By Foot: The ancient city of Florence with its cobbled walks has been made for walking so exploring the city by foot is the best option.


By Bus: If you get tired of walking, you can hop on to one of the ATAF buses that run in the city.


By Taxi: Taxis are mostly used only for transportation to and from the Stazione di Firenze Santa Maria Novella (Florence Train Station). Do note, hailing a taxi is considered illegal in Florence.

Duomo: Duomo is located in the center of Florence where you will be able to see the city’s main attractions and get to experience the local vibe. Some places where you can stay include Hotel Costantini, Hotel Alessandra, Helvetia & Bristol Firenze and others.


Santa Maria Novella: Families prefer to stay at the quieter Santa Maria Novella as it is a posh residential area and houses the city’s main train station. Check out Hotel Palazzuolo, Palazzo Riblet, The Westin Excelsior and more.


Santa Croce: If you want to enjoy the Florence nightlife, then this is the area to stay. Stay at hotels such as Hotel Bodoni, La Maison du Sage, Hotel Bernini Palace, etc.


San Marco & San Lorenzo: Stay in close vicinity to several museums and churches by staying at San Marco & San Lorenzo. Hotel Lorena, Hotel Orto de’ Medici, Four Seasons Hotel Firenze etc. are some of the places you can consider staying.

  • Italians have their dinner late, so their restaurants open from 8 pm.
  • You can only call a taxi by calling over the phone or from a taxi stand. You cannot put your hand out on the street to call them.
  • While visiting Florence, try its delicacies such as Ribollita (a Tuscan soup), Tuscan-style crostini, Fiorentina (Florentine Steak) and Lampredotto.
  • The museums of Florence are very popular, so book your Florence museum pass well ahead of time to avoid standing in long queues.
  • As you will be spending a lot of time walking to the attractions, ensure that you carry comfortable shoes along.
  • Carry your passport and ID proof with you always.


Visit & Explore - Accademia Gallery Museum Halls

Weather: Florence enjoys a short and hot summer with a mostly clear sky. Winters in the city are very cold, partly cloudy and extend for a long time. The temperature of the city varies between 35°F to 90°F on average.


Language: The main language spoken in Florence is Italian. However, those working in tourism can also speak English.


Time Zone: GMT+2


Budget: A trip to Florence for two people for a week would cost around €1,675. You will need to spend around €139 on accommodation, €18 on local transportation, and €25 on meals per day.Currency: The official currency in Florence, Italy is currently Euros.


Visa: All non-EU citizens can opt for a short-stay tourism visa for a maximum of 90 days for visiting Naples. Those traveling from the US, Australia and New Zealand do not require a visa but other non-EU countries will need to get a visa to travel to Naples.


Also Checkout - Inside Accademia Gallery

FAQ's

How many days should I spend in Florence?

You can cover most of the attractions of Florence in just 2 days. On day one, take a Florence Pass to visit Accademia Gallery, Florence Cathedral, Loggia dei Lanzi, Palazzo Vecchio, and Basilica of Santa Croce. And on day two, visit Pitti Palace, Ponte Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery, and Piazzale Michelangelo with Florence City Pass.

What is the best time to visit Florence?

The best time to visit Florence is in the months of May to September when the city enjoys warm weather and clear sky. Delight in the sunshine while visiting in these months and enjoy open-air dining and art festivals.

What are the best attractions to see in Italy?

  • Uffizi Gallery: The most famous museum of Florence which is listed amongst the top attractions of the city is the Uffizi Gallery. Grab your Florence museum pass well ahead of time to visit the place and admire the artwork by artists such as Caravaggio, Titian, Botticelli, and others.
  • Palazzo Pitti: Visit the second palace of the Medici family that they acquired from the Pittis and later converted to a museum. Explore the museum with your Florence Pass to take a look at the artworks of several types such as paintings, clothes etc.
  • Boboli Gardens: Take a stroll in the most beautiful garden in Florence, Boboli Gardens, with your Florence attraction tickets. Wander around the Baroque, horticulture and English parts of the garden and admire its statues, fountains and greenery.Do not miss out the star attraction of the garden, 'Grotta Grande'.
  • Brunelleschi Dome: An interesting place which you must visit with your Florence city pass is the 15th century Iconic Renaissance cathedral dome which was designed by Filippo Brunelleschi. Known to be the biggest dome in the world of that era, the dome is considered to be the most significant architectural achievement of that time.
  • Doge's Palace (Venice): This is a must-see in Venice. It is a masterpiece of Venetian Gothic architecture and served as the residence of the Doge of Venice. Ensure a seamless visit by securing advance Doge's Palace tickets to delve into its rich history and opulent interiors.

How can I get cheap Florence attraction tickets?

If you want to get some cheap Florence attraction tickets, it is best that you purchase them online. Most online tickets come with excellent deals and offers and you will be able to take advantage of them while booking them.

What are some of Florence’s most popular attractions?

Bargello National Museum: Opt to purchase Florence attraction tickets to visit the Museo Nazionale del Bargello, one of the most important museums of the city. Walk into the reputed museum to take a look at the collection of Renaissance sculptures and applied art.

Medici Chapel: Explore the beautiful chapel, the parish church belonging to the banking family. Stroll across the three parts of the chapel - the family mausoleum, Cappella dei Principi, the New Sacristy, and the part behind the entrance to take a look at the tombs of various famous people of Florence.

Leonardo Da Vinci Museum: Take a look at Da Vinci's paintings and anatomical works while visiting the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum using the Florence Pass. The museum also has several reproductions of Da Vinci’s paintings such as Mona Lisa, The Last Supper and Vitruvian Man.

Palazzo Vecchio: Make use of your Florence Day Pass to visit the Palazzo Vecchio where the city council resides till date. Explore the palace which also functions as a museum and walk into the famous Hall of Five Hundred with stunning frescoes.

Are there beaches in Florence, Italy?

Florence, being inland, has no beach within the city.

What can I do in Florence on a budget?

You can do several things in Florence on a budget. Look for the time of the year when the city offers free visits to the State Museums including Galleria dell’Accademia and Uffizi. You must also look out for free entertainment in the form of sunset shows in Piazza Michelangelo as well as free festivals. Finally, get hold of combo tickets or discount cards to enjoy your vacation within your budget.

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