View Florence from the Top

Enjoy Breath-taking views and some of the most renown city’s icons

Skip the long line and visit the magnificent Cathedral, Baptistry, climb on the Giotto Bell Tower and on the beautiful Brunelleschi dome.

A tour through magnificent architecture and hidden treasures in the most famous monuments of Florence and the panorama of the city from a unparalleled view.


The Tour Includes

  • Guide
  • 24h ticket for the Duomo Complex (*)
  • Season: from April to October
  • When: Everyday
  • Start Time: 10:00AM
  • Duration: 2 Hours 30 minutes (approx.)
  • Meeting point / Terminal: Central location in Florence (further details will be provided after booking).

(*) Cathedral, Baptistry, Giotto Bell Tower, Brunelleschi Dome.

Tour Code TH0054

What Makes this Tour Unique

  • The amazing Brunelleschi Dome
  • The shiny Gate of Paradise of the Baptistry
  • The arduous climb of Giotto Bell Tower to admire the magnificent panorama

24H Valid Ticket

You can use your ticket to climb the magnificent Dome of Brunelleschi and the Giotto’s Bell Tower.


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Tour Description

Through your guided tour you will discover not only the architectural wonders of the Baptistery, the Cathedral and the Bell Tower covered with polychrome marbles, but, after the tour, you can use your ticket to climb the magnificent Dome of Brunelleschi and the Giotto’s Bell Tower and enjoy the most amazing views of the city.
With an art historian guide you will start by visiting the Baptistery of San Giovanni, one of the oldest buildings in the city (XI century), with its three magnificent doors including the famous Gates of Paradise.
You can also admire the elegant Giotto’s Bell Tower and then visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture dominated by the majestic dome, the largest in the world built in masonry with magnificent frescoes by Giorgio Vasari and his workshop. Finally descend into the crypt to discover the mysteries of the early Christian Church of Santa Reparata (sixth century) and to see the tomb of the great Renaissance architect Filippo Brunelleschi.


The Duomo Complex



Filippo Brunelleschi

Filippo Brunelleschi