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The Palazzo Vecchio (‘Old Palace’) was originally called the Palazzo della Signoria after the medieval government of Florence who built and used it. Today most of the building is a museum, and visitors can see the stunning frescoes and ceilings in the Salone dei Cinquecento and the Studiolo of Francesco I. Visitors can also see Machiavelli’s office from the time when he was Secretary of the Republic, and a replica of Michelangelo’s David standing where the original once stood. Waiting times can be long in peak periods, so book tickets in advance to skip the lines!
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Florence: Palazzo Vecchio Entrance Ticket & Audioguide
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Explore Palazzo Vecchio, the symbol of civic power in Florence for centuries, on a multimedia-guided tour. Learn about the rich history of this important structure that became the residence of the Medici family, and admire its magnificent works of art.
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Guided Tours

Florence Palazzo Vecchio Guided Tour
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Explore the magnificent Palazzo Vecchio on a complete tour within its walls. Uncover the fascinating world of one of the most prominent families in Italian history, the Medici, and witness the beauty of some of the world's greatest masterpieces.
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Palazzo Vecchio 90-Minute Morning Guided Tour
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Enjoy a small-group guided tour that takes you to the center of the Medici's power. Learn about the secrets that are hidden within the walls of the Palazzo Vecchio, and that inspired the film Inferno, based on Dan Brown's best-selling novel.
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Florence: Palazzo Vecchio and Tower Guided Tour
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Discover the secret rooms of the Medicis on a 1.5-hour tour of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. Learn the history of the Medicis, and discover beautiful frescoes. Go to the top of the Arnolfo Tower on the battlements to watch the sunset over the hills.
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Florence: Palazzo Vecchio Comprehensive Guided Tour
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Discover the center of civic power in Florence on a guided tour of the Palazzo Vecchio. Admire the amazing history and incredible views from one of the most iconic monuments in the city.
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General Information

Opening Hours:

From October until March the museum and archaeological site are open from 9 am to 7 pm every day except Thursday. In the same period, the tower and battlements are open from 10 am to 5 pm (final admission at 4.30 pm) every day except Thursday. From April until September the museum and archaeological site are open from 9 am to 11 pm, and the tower and battlements are open from 9 am to 9 pm every day except Thursday. On Thursdays throughout the year, the different sites are open from 9 am to 2 pm. The ticket office closes 1 hour before the museum closes, and all sites are closed on December 25.

Address:

Palazzo Vecchio
Piazza della Signoria
50122 Florence
Italy

Tickets:

Tickets for the museum, archaeological site, tower and battlements cost 19.50 € for adults, 17.50 € for visitors aged 18 to 25. A ticket for the museum, tower, and battlements costs 17.50 € and 15 € for visitors aged 18 to 25. Tickets for the museum and archaeological site cost 16 and 13.50 € for visitors aged 18 to 25. Tickets for the museum only cost 12.50 € and 10 for visitors aged 18 to 25. Visitors under the age of 18 or disabled visitors and their companions can enter free of charge. Children under the age of 8 can’t enter the archaeological site, and children under the age of 6 can’t enter the tower and battlements for safety reasons.

How to get there:

You can walk to the Palazzo Vecchio from Florence’s main train station, Santa Maria Novella, in less than 20 minutes. Alternatively you can take bus number C2 to stops nearby. The closest car park is at Santa Maria Novella train station.
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