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Florence: Palazzo Strozzi Priority Entrance Ticket

1. Florence: Palazzo Strozzi Priority Entrance Ticket

Admire the art exhibition rooms in a masterpiece palace of the Renaissance with this priority entry ticket to Palazzo Strozzi. Explore the temporary exhibit featuring work by Jeff Koons at Florence’s most important and largest venue since the 20th century. Discover the famous works of the most ironic, controversial, and discussed artist of the contemporary art system at the “Jeff Koons. Shine” exhibition. See metal sculptures that replicate luxury objects, iconic inflatable toys such as the Rabbit and Balloon Dog, and much more. Palazzo Strozzi perfectly embodies the aristocratic palace of the Renaissance used to house the family. The colonnaded courtyards, another new development, lay at the heart of these buildings, their isolation and size creating a majestic appearance.

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Florence Highlights Walking Tour from Duomo to Santa Croce

2. Florence Highlights Walking Tour from Duomo to Santa Croce

Start your day by meeting your fun and informative guide at the designated meeting point. From here, your guide will lead you on a fascinating walking tour along the streets and piazzas of Florence, exploring the city’s rich history. At the historical Palazzo Strozzi you can examine the perfectly preserved courtyard, and also see the lesser known, but no less impressive Palazzo Davanzati, a truly marvellous example of a Medieval Palace. Passing by the renowned "Porcellino" (little pig) market, you'll head to the famous Ponte Vecchio, the city’s oldest bridge, built in the 1300s. Whilst appreciating the stunning views of the hills that surround Florence, you will get the opportunity to listen to insights into the bridge’s history, and the famous Vasari Corridor that dramatically changed the shops built on the bridge. You will also visit Piazza della Signoria - the political heart of the city. The Uffizi Gallery, formerly the offices of the Grand Duke, is located on one side of the square and on the other side, Palazzo Vecchio, the former home of the Florentine government. After a pleasant wander through the oldest parts of the city where you can admire tower houses from the 1300s, you'll enter Piazza Duomo where the imposing Duomo (Cathedral of Florence) is located, with its original marble decoration and Brunelleschi's dome, an architectural triumph and a symbol of the Florentine Renaissance, both for its unique design and also the architectural achievement itself. The tour ends in front of the Baptistery with its stunning Porta del Paradiso, along with Giotto's bell tower, a perfect example of 12th-century architecture. You will be totally enchanted by Florence and benefit from your guide’s suggestions to enjoy the rest of your stay.

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Florence: Renaissance City Walking Tour

3. Florence: Renaissance City Walking Tour

Begin in the courtyard of the Uffizi Gallery and the Piazza della Signoria, home to the prestigious Palazzo Vecchio. Gazing up at the Loggia dei Lanzi, marvel at these admirable works of art while learning about their history. Follow narrow alleys to the renowned square of Santa Croce. The church here, a smaller version of Florence’s iconic Duomo, is the final resting place of many illustrious Italian historical figures like Dante Alighieri and Michelangelo. Traverse the external path of the Vasari Corridor to Ponte Vecchio, a picturesque bridge with charming goldsmith shops.  Then explore the most authentic districts of Florence: famous for their artisan shops and their ancient tower houses, the Oltrarno district and the neighborhoods of S. Frediano and Santo Spirito boast an international flair mixed with local traditions that provide insight into Florence’s vibrant local scene. From Ponte Santa Trinita, move on to Via Tornabuoni and stroll through the Piazza della Repubblica before coming face to face with Florence’s iconic Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.

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What people are saying about Palazzo Strozzi

Loved the visit, Camilla was so nice and told me so many things about Florence!

Excellent booking service. Easy to manage as I used it on my smartphone.