When: MAY 17th
Time: 4.45 pm
Length: approx. 1.5 hours
Meeting point: in front of door number 3 of the Uffizi gallery, 15 minutes before start of the tour.
Fee: € 75. €42.50 for those 6-12 year olds if in company of an adult participant. Free for under-six year olds.
Price includes: tour guide, entrance ticket, pre-booking fee to the Uffizi gallery and exceptional opening of the Vasari Corridor.
MAJOR ADVANTAGE: Tickets to this special attraction are limited and difficult to obtain. With us you are assured entry to this magnificent Corridor; not to be missed! The visit uses one single language at a time.
NOTE: It is also possible to schedule a visit to the Uffizi Gallery before the Vasari Corridor. In that case the tour begins at 3.30 pm at the same meeting point. SEE SPECIAL OFFERS
By reservation only. The tour will take place with a minimum number of 8 participants.
PLEASE NOTE: For organisational reasons during the months of May and June every Tuesday the Vasari Corridor will open at 5pm rather than at 5.15pm.
On these occasions the meeting at gate number 3 of the Uffizi Gallery will be at 4.45pm rather than at 5pm.
Your booking will be confirmed as soon as the minimum number of participants has been reached. Nonetheless, in order to hold your place, you need to have paid for the tour. As soon as the tour has been confirmed you will be sent a voucher, which you need to show to the Florence and Tuscany Tours staff at the meeting point. Should the tour not reach the minimum number of participants and therefore be cancelled, you will have a full reimbursement for this tour.
Looking for a truly unique experience in Florence? The Vasari Corridor is exclusive, difficult to obtain access to, and one of the hidden treasures of the city. Feel like the Grand Duke on this walk from his private display of artworks on the top-floor of the Uffizi, along the corridor built by Vasari, all the way to the Pitti Palace and the Boboli gardens. Find out why the Corridor was built and what it was use for. Why was it necessary? Join us in discovering this original and special piece of history, this window on the past that is still available to us today.