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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.

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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.