After Dark, City, First Time Visitor, Museums / Culture
Kid Friendly: Yes. Kids must be accompanied by adults. Please specify the age of kids at booking.
Maximum travelers: 4
French (advanced), German (conversational), English (fluent), Italian (fluent), Swedish (advanced), Russian (fluent)
Discover the old palace without the crowds
Unique night tour of Palazzo Vecchio - the most spectacular palace in Florence that dominates its main square, piazza della Signoria. Historic seat of the Florentine government, its impressive halls explode with stories of political and love passions, ambitions of the Medici family and impressive works of art. Virtually every famous man of Florence passed through within its walls: from Dante to Machiavelli, from Leonardo to Michelangelo, from the dominical monk Savonarola to Italy's ex-PM Renzi. Statues by Michelangelo and Donatello, paintings by Allori and Vasari, and the famous riddle fresco hiding the lost Leonardo da Vinci - there is no shortage of marvels. Visited in the evening, when the tourist crowds are gone, restores this palace to its authentic majesty.
Palazzo Vecchio museum in piazza della Signoria
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: in front of the Neptune fountain in piazza della Signoria
End location: The tour ends inside the palace so the guests are welcome to explore more until the closure.
Duration: 2 hours
Palazzo Vecchio remains the seat of Florence government till this day. Many official ceremonies and receptions still take place within its walls. While most such events end in time for this evening tour, their precise scheduling is not always available in advance, and on some rare occasions they may affect the start time of this tour (rescheduling it for later same day or the previous/following day). The guide warn you of any such changes asap.
Walk in the palace.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 Euro - €10 per person museum ticket
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Very knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and full of great tidbits. A perfect Florentine guide