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Duomo Florence Tickets - Climb Up to Dome

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Visit the monuments with a single ticket valid 3 calendar days from the date selected: Giotto's Bell Tower, Baptistery, Opera del Duomo Museum, and Santa Reparata. Giotto’s Bell Tower: The ascent consists of the foot along a stairway of 414 steps and there is no lift.

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Duomo Florence Tickets - Climb Up to Dome

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Group: Max 25 people


What To Expect

The panoramic skyline of Florence from the top of the Duomo 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 offer you a seamless experience. You will be able to enjoy access to climb up to the top of Giotto's Bell Tower, Moreover, only the tours include climbing Duomo Florence and enjoying the unique view of Florence. [readmore] Duomo Florence Tickets Price

The Duomo Florence ticket cost may change, depending on the season. Generally speaking, the prices are as follows: 

  • Adult (11-99 y.o.) - From €29. With climbing the Duomo - From €32.
  • Children (6-10 y.o.) - From €25. With climbing the Duomo - From €32.
  • Infant (0-5 y.o.) - Free entrance

*Online platforms often collect a booking fee for tickets to Duomo Florence. However, when you book here, the extra expense is waived.
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Included / Excluded
Giotto's Bell Tower Climb
Baptistery
Opera del Duomo Museum
Santa Reparata
Skipping security check (due to safety measures, all visitors have to comply to security check)

Before You Go

48-hour entrance ticket to all the Duomo complex monuments

A student must carry ID to collect Florence Duomo tickets

Make sure you pick up your tickets on time. Save yourself from running the risk of missing your time slot. If you are late, there is no guaranteed you will be able to enter at a later time.

You will receive a second email containing the necessary tickets or documents for your visit (Make sure to check your spam folder also).


Meeting Point

Piazza del Duomo, 50122 Firenze, FI, Italy

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No matter where in the world you find yourself, the places worth seeing have one thing in common: crowds of people eager to visit all the monuments. The magical romance-and-art-radiating Florence is not an exception. Its Duomo cathedral, along with the Uffizi Gallery and Accademia Galleries, are one of the most visited sights in Florence and long lines of impatient tourists are a daily reality. Getting quickly into the Duomo is particularly tricky since the direction of the cathedral tightened the security processes.


When purchasing the Duomo museum Florence tickets, you won't have to worry about any of the above. Our Florence Duomo Tickets guarantee you access to the Florence Cathedral from Monday to Saturday in the designated time between 9:00 am and 17:00 pm. Since your first validation, the ticket is valid for three days giving you all the time you need to fully take in the artistry and history encompassed within the complex. Moreover, no hidden fees are waiting for you at the checkout! We include the reservation and transaction fees in the price!  We also offer last-minute Accademia and Boboli Gardens tickets with a skip-the-line entrance to the Florence museum.


Duomo Florence Opening Hours

The Florence Cathedral is closed on New Year's Day, Epiphany, Easter Monday, and Christmas Day.


Visit the monuments with a single ticket valid 3 calendar days from the date selected: Giotto's Bell Tower, Baptistery, Opera del Duomo Museum, and Santa Reparata.

Giotto’s Bell Tower: The ascent consists of the foot along a stairway of 414 steps and there is no lift. Last entry 7:00 pm.

Baptistery: Access from the North Door (Martelli street side). Part of the internal vestments of the Baptistery is under restoration. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Opera del Duomo Museum: Access from Piazza del Duomo n. 9. The Museum is closed on the first Tuesday of each month.

Santa Reparata: Access from the Cathedral “Porta Campanile” (south side, beside the Bell Tower entrance).

History Sneak Peek

Florences Duomo stands tall and proud of the city keeping the glory of Renaissance alive even today. Being a large and complex structure, it was not a work of one man. The cathedral was started at the end of 13th century by Arnolfo di Cambio. However, the Duomo part which overtakes most of the exterior was added by Filippo Brunelleschi in the 15th century. You can find the statues of both architects outside the cathedral, on the right.


Duomo Design 

Just imagine! Whole two centuries to finish a cathedral! It took them until the 19th century to fully decorate it. However, we must admit it was worth it. The facade is decorated with a mix of white, pink, and green marble. The Duomo interior, on the other hand, is in sharp contrast with the exterior lightness. The dark cool of the interior sure has a newly appreciated appeal during summer!


What to see Inside Duomo Florence?

So, visit the Duomo Florence and make sure you don't miss the peculiar clock situated above the entrance inside of the church. Designed by Paulo Uccello in 1443 by Ora Italia according to which the 24 hours day ends at sunset. Next, make sure to take a peek at Giorgio Vasari's frescoes of the Last Judgment. It's perhaps the most significant artwork in the complex.


Book your Duomo Florence Tickets today and enjoy the visit in peace without the cranky queuing and tiring waits!

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