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Florence Cathedral (known as the Duomo di Firenze) was built in 1296 in the Gothic style and is one of Italy’s largest churches. Its dome was built in the 15th Century by Brunelleschi and is still the largest brick dome in the world, and is a marvel of classical architecture. There are six parts to the Duomo complex, and tickets include entry to the cathedral, the dome, the baptistry, the bell tower, the crypt, and the cathedral museum.
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Florence Cathedral Ticket with Dome Reservation
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This Florence Duomo tickets provide a seamless experience. You will be able to enjoy entry to the Duomo cupola as well as the entire complex including the Duomo, Baptistery, Bell Tower, Crypt, and Duomo Museums, valid for 72 hours.
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Florence Duomo Ticket Admission
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The panoramic skyline of Florence from Bell Tower would not feel complete without the palatial Duomo. In the same way, your trip to Florence would not be entirely whole without paying a visit to this treasured landmark. Grand and imposing, Duomo is worthy of your time. Our Duomo Florence Tickets online with guaranteed Access offers you a seamless experience. You will be able to enjoy the access to the entire Duomo Complex, including the Duomo itself, Crypt, Baptistery, Bell Tower, and Duomo Museums
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Florence: All in Pass Duomo Uffizi, and Accademia 
Visit Florence Gold Pass will keep you outside the lines and also fulfill your hunger for information with the convenient audio guide.Wonder about the Statue of David, discover  Uffizi Gallery and admire the city from the highest point of Brunelleschi's Duomo
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With Audio Guide

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Florence: Dome Climb with Reservation Ticket & Audio App
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Dive into an exploration of Brunelleschi’s Duomo, the pride of Florence, as well as the rest of this awe-inspiring cathedral complex. Better yet, dig deep into its history and evolution with a savvy guide that fits into your pocket, a guide app.
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Guided Tours

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Florence Dome Climb Guided Tour
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Climb up the Florence Duomo complex and get unbeatable views of the city from Brunelleschi’s magnificent dome. Explore the 5 attractions of the cathedral site to discover what makes each of them so unique.
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Florence Dome Climb: Priority Entrance Tour
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Skip the line to visit the cupola of the Florence Duomo, climb to the top with your guide, and soak up the spectacular views of the city.
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Florence: Dome Skip-the-Line Guided Tour
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Enjoy a skip-the-line tour of Brunelleschi’s Dome in Florence with a local guide. Climb the 463 steps up to the top of the Cupola for panoramic views of Florence.
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Florence: Skip-the-line Duomo Complex Tour with Cupola Climb
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Enjoy a comprehensive 3-hour guided tour of the Baptistery, Great Duomo Museum and the interior of the Duomo avoiding all queues, thanks to the Duomo skip-the-line ticket. Climb Brunelleschi's Dome on your own to enjoy the breathtaking views.
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Duomo, Uffizi, and Accademia Pass
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Marvel at the Statue of David, explore Uffizi Gallery and enjoy views from the top of Brunelleschi’s Duomo without hassle. Visit Florence Gold Pass will keep you outside the queues as well as satisfy your thirst for knowledge with the handy audio guide.
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Duomo, Uffizi, Accademia & Santa Croce Pass
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Enjoy fast-tracked entries, and professionally guided tours of the best attractions Florence has to offer. Marvel at the Statue of David, explore Uffizi Gallery and enjoy views from the top of Brunelleschi’s Duomo without hassle.
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Florence: Cupola del Brunelleschi Tour
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Climb the 463 steps to the top of Brunelleschi's architectural masterpiece. See the inside of the dome up close and enjoy the extraordinary view of Florence.
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General Information

Opening Hours:

The different areas of Florence Cathedral have different opening hours which vary throughout the year. In general, the cathedral and crypt are open from 10 am, the baptistry and bell tower are open from 8.15 am, the dome is open from 8.30 am, and the museum is open from 9 am. The museum, bell tower, dome, and baptistry generally also close later than the cathedral. The cathedral may be closed for services and special events throughout the year, the crypt is closed every Sunday, and the museum is closed on the first Tuesday of every month. During the high tourist season, entry to the Dome may be restricted for reasons of safety and security.

Address:

Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
Piazza del Duomo
50122 Florence FI
Italy

Tickets:

Tickets to access all the sections of the Florence Cathedral complex cost €18 or a reduced price of €3 for children aged between 3 and 11. Entry to the cathedral alone is free of charge. Entrance to St. John’s Baptistry is free for residents of Florence and the surrounding region. Free entry to the entire complex applies to children under the age of 6, official Florence tour guides, and disabled visitors. Tickets are valid for 72 hours from the first entry, and visitors must arrive on time for their timeslot to climb the dome as this cannot be rescheduled.

How to get there:

Florence Cathedral is located in the center of the city and is a short walk from several of Florence’s most popular tourist sites. It takes about 10 to 15 minutes to walk to the cathedral from Santa Maria Novella Station, the main train station in Florence. Bus numbers 6, 11, C1, and C2 also stop a short distance away from the Duomo complex. Due to traffic limitations in the center of the city, it’s not recommended that visitors drive to the cathedral.
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