- Guided visit of the Vasari Corridor & the Boboli Garden
- An original and comprehensive itinerary that meets the most demanding customer
- Explore the Beautiful Boboli Garden
The passageway was built by Giorgio Vasari in only 5 months on the occasion of the wedding between Francis I and Joan of Austria - its purpose, to give the ruling family of Florence a convenient and safe passage between the seat of government and their home.
Seeing it, you are likely to feel a deep sense of emotion: a royal passageway, elevated above the citizens of Florence, including a fantastic imaginary carpet and a superb collection of paintings. Walking on the aerial passageway also gives breathtaking views over the hills, the Arno river, its bridges, the palaces and churches of Florence.
Once the tour of the Vasari Corridor is over, you have some free time for your lunch whereafter you can enter the Boboli Gardens with your skip-the-line ticket, allowing you to jump the queue.
The Boboli Garden is the result of the work of major artists such as Tribolo, Ammannati and Buontalenti. It is one of the most important and elegant examples Italian gardening, featuring harmonic design and scenographic display.
The garden is an “open-air museum” offering everything from grottos, water fountains, a gentle hill to comfort and peace, amidst Florence. The park also hosts rare and ancient plants, such as citrus trees dating back to the Medici times, as well as valuable Roman sculptures and splendid 18th century architecture. In short, a garden not to be missed out on.
- Assistance at the Meeting Point
- Professional Guide
- Skip-the-line entrance tickets
- Boboli Gardens Skip-the-line entrance ticket
- Earphones if over 15 pax
- Everything not mentioned in the Inclusions
>> During periods of increased inflow of visitors, despite our reservations, the admission to the museums may be subject to delays, mainly due to security reasons for which the access to the museum is regulated according to the number of people inside it. Based on the above reasons any possible delay cannot be attributable to Caf Tour & Travel responsibility.
Accessibility: Visitors are not allowed to bring inside the Museum any large or bulky backpacks, large bags or purses of any kind, large umbrellas, or bottles with liquids in them.
English from Tuesday to Sunday; Spanish on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday; French on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; Italian on Saturday and Sunday.
The Vasari Corridor tour starts at 12:15 pm and finish at 01:30 pm; the entrance at Boboli gardens is at 03:00 pm free time in Boboli Gardens
If cancelling less than 48 hours before the chosen start date no refund applies.