Guided tour

Florence: Baptistery, Cathedral, Duomo Museum, & Bell Tower

Activity provider: FLORENCEPASS

Florence: Baptistery, Cathedral, Duomo Museum, & Bell Tower

Activity provider: FLORENCEPASS
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Discover the religious center of Florence, the Duomo Complex, on a guided tour of the Baptistery, Cathedral, and Duomo Museum. After, climb to the splendid Giotto's Belltower on your own.

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Duration 2.5 hours
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  • Visit the interior of Florence's Cathedral, aka Duomo, with fast-track entry
  • Visit Florence Baptistery and admire its famous mosaics and bronze doors
  • Marvel at the Duomo Museum's original Lorenzo Ghiberti's Gates of Paradise
  • Prepare to be amazed when you see Michelangelo's Pietà with your own eyes
  • Climb the marvelous Giotto's Belltower for gorgeous views of Brunelleschi's dome
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Visit Florence's religious center on a guided tour inside the Baptistery, Cathedral (Duomo), and the Opera del Duomo Museum.

Enjoy a comprehensive guided visit to the interior of Florence Cathedral, one of the largest and most important churches in the world. Construction began in 1296 and ended only in 1436, with the creation of the magnificent dome by Filippo Brunelleschi. 

See the Baptistery, one of the oldest buildings in Florence, built in the Florentine Romanesque style. Then visit the Opera del Duomo Museum, a site that collects original masterpieces from the Duomo Complex.

Among the most important works on display are the original Gates of Paradise by Ghiberti, and Michelangelo's Pietà Bandini. The museum also houses one of the largest collections of Donatello's work in the world.

Finally, climb the three-storied Giotto's Belltower and admire the city skyline dominated by Brunelleschi's immense dome.

  • Entrance tickets to Baptistery, Cathedral (Duomo), and Museo dell'Opera del Duomo
  • Guided tour of St. John's Baptistery (interior)
  • Guided tour and fast-track entrance to Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral (interior)
  • Guided tour of Opera del Duomo Museum
  • Admission ticket for climbing Giotto's Belltower on your own
  • Headsets if necessary
  • Tips
  • Food and drink
  • Admission to Brunelleschi's dome

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Meeting point

Meet your guide outside Caffè Scudieri in Piazza di San Giovanni. The cafe is located on the western side of the Baptistery on Piazza San Giovanni.

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Important information

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  • Luggage or large bags
  • Sleeveless shirts
  • Flash photography
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It was a very informative tour. We had the chance to more deeply understand so much more of the ideas and connections between the Baptistry, the Duomo and the political climate during that era. The museum was an absolute highlight—with the original Brunelleschi doors and one of Michaelangelo’s final pieces. Claudio was thoughtful and deeply patient while being super engaging sharing details that helped us better understand so much. His passion for Florence was palpable.

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August 10, 2022

Our guide was very informative, she also didn’t have problems that I'm walking alone far from the group since i can hear her explanation through the radio which is very helpful, i really appreciated that, i don’t like to be bound in one place, i like to walk around & receive the information, so i liked her a lot she was knowledgeable

August 5, 2022

Our guide was very knowledgeable about the art and architecture and was especially able to provide historical information to help us to understand life during that time. I appreciated that he was Catholic, as are we, and he was able to provide detail regarding Catholicism during the Renaissance period. He was also patient and receptive to questions; he also had an easy demeanor with a sense of humor.

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July 26, 2022

Product ID: 30078