The Duomo is open daily from 8:00am to 7:00pm.
The Great Museum of the Cathedral and the Church of San Gottardo in Corte are open every day except Wednesday from 10:00am to 6:00pm.
The archaeological area is available for visits every day from 9:00am to 7:00pm - ticket price euro 7.00 per visitor.
The ascent to the terraces overlooking the city are open daily from 9:00am to 7:00pm - ticket price Euro 9.00 (to climb on foot) and Euro 13.00 (ascent with elevator)
Unpublished splendor never seen for Giotto's frescoes painted between 1303 and 1305 where an innovative lighting system has been installed that constantly guarantees the best fruition of the frescoes, exalting in a particular way the chromatic values of the shades of yellow, red and orange, the halos and the geldings.
From Palazzo Vecchio to The Uffizi
Two Museums with a single ticket, passing from one to the other with a suggestive air route that connects them, using the covered passages that crosses Via della Ninna and it is the first tract of the Vaseriano Corridor closed since 1871.
Moreover, starting in February 2018, the Uffizi opened 8 new rooms to hold masterpieces from Caravaggio!
The Pantheon was built by Marco Agrippa in 27 a.c. and it was then converted into a Christian Church when the Empire adopted the Christian religion.
It has always been free of charge but starting from May 2nd, 2018 there will be an admission fee to be paid to visit one of the main monuments and landmarks of the Eternal City - cost of the ticket Euro 2 per person
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