Vasarian Corridor

The "Vasariano" corridor that most probably will arouse the visitor's imagination.

This Corridor a kilometre long, built for practical reasons, to link the "Medici" offices to the "Palazzo Pitti Galleria" at the time owned by the family, which today displays "Uffizi" paintings from the 600's and 700's and that of the artist self-portraits. A narrow passage where the entrance starts from the second corridor of the gallery, which runs along the Arno river stretching over the old bridge and eventually reaching "Palazzo Pitti". The concept from an architectural point of view of an elevated passage at that time was very innovative. The corridor also boasts a spectacular view of the river and the Santa Felicità church, from the corridor you can actually see the inside of the church just like the Medici did at the time; along the wall there is also a window that faces, which at one time was the family's private garden.

To visit this splendid corridor you have to book your ticket in advance.The ticket include and English guide and the access to Uffizi Gallery.

UffiziWe invite you to discover with us Florence and one of its treasures: the Vasari Corridor. Our itinerary also includes the visit to the Uffizi Gallery, one of the most famous museums in the world for its extraordinary collections of paintings and ancient statues.


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Price for person is Ä 89,00 entrance tickets to indicated places included

** Visits temporarily suspended due to construction work for safety reasons.
** † Take advantage of this unique opportunity to view Florence and its artistic pleasures on this exclusive aerial way, thought to allow the grand-dukes to move in safety without escorts, from their private residence to the government palace, and was a prestigious reason for the Medici. Tour is scheduled, confirmed without needing a minimum number of participants, from Tuesday to Sunday at 3:pm Professional guide ONLY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Meeting with the guide 15 minutes before the entrance time, meeting point to be defined. Tour lasts about 3 hours Visit will be made by foot. Visit starts with the guided visit of the Uffizi Gallery to then proceed to the Vasari Corridor and ends at the Boboli Gardens of Pitti Palace. Note
It is not possible to return to the Uffizi Gallery after the tour. There will be no penalty for cancellations of excursion bookings communicated in writing to the organization at least eight business days prior to the booked excursion date.
Further cancelations and no show are NOT refundable. IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT UMBRELLAS
Only small umbrellas are allowed inside the Uffizi Gallery.
Clients bringing large umbrellas will be required to store them in the museum locker before entering the Gallery.
At the end of the tour in Piazza Pitti, clients will have to go back on their own to the Uffizi Gallery (10 minutes walking) to retrieve their umbrellas.
The storage service at the entrance of the Gallery, is open until 6:40pm.

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