Enter without queues to the Palazzo Vecchio, symbol of the municipal power in Florence for centuries, in a visit with multimedia guide. Go up to the Palace Tower to enjoy fantastic views of Florence, and visit the museum that is still the seat of the local government of the city.
The magnificent Palazzo Vecchio dominates the Piazza della Signoria from above and, since 1299, has established itself as one of the most famous symbols of Florence. Learn the history of what was once the residence of the Medici family, and let yourself be surprised by its incredible sculptures and paintings, among others.
Thanks to the tablet with a 55-minute high resolution videoguide, you can take a walk while you hear the stories of the Patio del Michelozzo, the Chapel of Eleonora, the Hall of the Five Hundred and the Hall of Maps; to name a few.
The Palazzo Vecchio tower crowns the views of Florence, and its 95 meters high offer incredible views over the city. Built between 1299 and the beginning of the 14th century, it is one of the oldest parts of the building.