Combo Accademia Gallery + Hard Rock Cafe Silver Menu

Combo Accademia Gallery + Hard Rock Cafe Silver Menu

Visit to the Accademia Gallery followed by lunch or dinner at Hard Rock Cafe (Silver Menu)


FAST TRACK ENTRY: Visit to the Accademia Gallery followed by lunch or dinner at Hard Rock Cafe (Silver Menu).

Choose from the calendar your preferred time to visit the Accademia Gallery. We will confirm the closest available time on the same date, and we will also book a magnificent lunch or dinner (following your visit to the Accademia Gallery, depending on confirmed time and in any case not before 3 hours from the entrance time to the Gallery) at the new Hard Rock Cafe Florence, where you will be served the Silver Menu, included in the cost of the reservation.

Silver Menu includes:

  • 1 Dish of your choice:

Hard Rock Burger
Hard Rock Cheeseburger
Veggie Burger
Honey Mustard Chicken Sandwich
Chicken Caesar Salad
Twisted Mac, Chicken and Cheese Pasta

  • 1 Drink of your choice:

Soft Drink

  • 1 Ice Cream


IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE: The time you select on the order form is your preferred time; the museum will automatically confirm the closest available time, which can be any time during opening hours on the selected date, if your preferred time is no longer available.

ATTENTION: You will receive a voucher for the museum and a voucher for the restaurant; you must print both. The Accademia Gallery voucher must be shown at the reservations cashier of the museum, 15 minutes before confirmed time; maximum delay allowed is 15 minutes; further delays will cause the reservations not to be honored. The Hard Rock Cafe Voucher must be shown to the Host Stands at the restaurant. If you have a delay for the restaurant, you are requested to contact them to the phone number indicated on the voucher BEFORE reserved time.

PLEASE NOTE: Table reservation is "Skip the line" kind; this means you will have the priority in the waiting list, getting the first available table at you arrival.

Accademia Gallery Admission: available for a maximum of 25 people every 15 minutes, reserving at least 1 business day in advance.

Accademia Gallery Audioguides rental service:

Audioguides are available in English, Italian, French, German and Spanish.

Audioguides have a complete duration of 75 minutes. The service offers a selection of the most important works of art of the Gallery; user chooses the desired room and listens to the explanation of selected works of that room.

You will receive a confirmation voucher (valid only for the audioguide) together with the confirmation voucher of your visit to the museum. In order to pick the audioguide up, please deposit this voucher at the Audioguides Desk - bookshop, placed in front of the ticket counter - along with a valid identity document (accepted only originals passports, identity cards or car license).

In case of loss or failure to return the audioguide, visitor will be requested to pay the cost (€ 250.00 per each audioguide).

Please read all the Ordering Information before completing your order.

Remember that you can add all reservation services for the various cities before checking out, placing a single order for your entire Italy visit.

PLEASE NOTE: Immediately after submitting an order, you will receive an email with your order summary and an email confirming your successful payment. A confirmation email with links to the vouchers will be sent one business day after you place your order (Monday afternoon for orders submitted on Friday and during the weekend). Please make sure that your anti-spam filter does not block our automatic emails (especially users of aol, Sbcglobal, Comcast and libero). Your voucher will also be available for downloading from (same timing as email confirmations)

Cancellations and changes:
Changing a confirmed visit: you can change the date and time of a confirmed visit, paying a penalty fee, and subject to museum availability.
Cancellation of confirmed visit: if you cancel a confirmed visit, the cost of unused ticket(s) will be refunded minus the service fee.
No shows: cost of unused ticket(s) will be refunded minus the service fee, upon request.


Via ricasoli 58/60

Accademia Gallery is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 8:15 am to 6:50 pm. Closed on Monday.

How to get there:

  • By plane: from the Amerigo Vespucci airport, by VOLA IN BUS shuttle until Santa Maria Novella Train Station.
  • By car: Santa Maria Novella Train Station parking.
  • By train: Santa Maria Novella Train Station.
  • By bus: next to Santa Maria Novella Train Station, lines 1, 17
  • By foot: from Santa Maria Novella Train Station 15 minutes walking through the city center


Via Brunelleschi 1, corner with Piazza della Repubblica

Hard Rock Cafe is from Monday to Friday, from 12:00 to 24:00, Friday and Saturday from 12:00 to 01:00 am. During high season, from Monday to Sunday, from 11:30 to 01:00 am.

Visit to the Accademia Gallery followed by a wonderful lunch or dinner (which will follow the visit to the Accademia, according to the confirmed time and in any case not before 3 hours after admission to the gallery) at the new Hard Rock Cafe in Florence, where you will be served the Silver Menu, included in the price of your booking.

The museums, palaces and churches of Florence, house some of the greatest treasures of the world, and the Accademia Gallery is surely one of the richest jewel of the Renaissance city. Since June 2011, Hard Rock Cafe Florence proposes itself as one of the coffers of memorabilia of Rock 'n Roll richest treasures of the world, the ideal place for lovers of music, cuisine and entertainment.

Silver Menu includes:

  • 1 Dish of your choice:

Hard Rock Burger
Hard Rock Cheeseburger
Veggie Burger
Honey Mustard Chicken Sandwich
Chicken Caesar Salad
Twisted Mac, Chicken and Cheese Pasta

  • 1 Drink of your choice:

Soft Drink

  • 1 Ice Cream


In the heart of the city, it hosts the examples of paintings and sculptures by the great masters of the Florentine 14th and 15th centuries who have made Florence the capital of art.

Founded in 1784 by the will of the Grand Duke Leopoldo of Lorena, La Galleria dell'Accademia had the goal to host a collection of antique and modern paintings and sculptures to make it easier for the students of the nearby Academy of Beau Arts to know and study them. The seat was in part drawn from the antique building that once belonged to the hospital of S.Matteo, which was adjoined by other contiguous environments of the old convent of San Niccolò in Cafaggio.

In 1873 arrives the David, transferred here to subtract it from the cruelty of time and weather, but only in 1882 the masterpiece by Michelangelo will find its position in the Tribune specially projected by Emilio de' Fabris.

Through time the Galleria became famous for its collection of the sculptures by Michelangelo and is enriched by the masterpieces of painting and sculpture by famous and less famous who have transformed Florence into one of the most imnportant capitals of art. Around 1980, the Galleria is endowed by a Gipsoteca located in the Salone dell'Ottocento (19th century hall). The Galleria is arranged on two floors of which, the ground floor is certainly the most famous and admired one.

The pathway opens with the Sala dell'Anticolosso, where at present is placed the original in gesso of The Rape of the Sabine's (1582) by Giambologna. We can admire some sacred paintings such as Cristo in Pietà by Andrea del Sarto and the Deposition of the Cross by Filippo Lippi. From here you reach the Galleria dei Prigioni, a corridor that hosts a series of incomplete sculptures by Michelangelo: enormous masses of stone within which emerges the scream of the material that wants to become form, through the powerful hand of the great artist. Among these notable is the famous Pietà da Palestrina, which arrived at the Galleria in 1940. The art work results disproportionate in its dimensions, so much that the ascription to Michelangelo is uncertain.

On the background dominates unchallenged the David in its tribune. Commissioned in 1501 to Michelangelo by the Florentine Republic, the statue was first placed in piazza della Signoria, in front of the Palazzo Vecchio, as a symbol of liberty. The David represents, in fact the young biblical hero in the moment when he gathers his powers to defeat the giant Goliath. Michelangelo, who was just a little more than 25 years of age was paid 400 scudi for this work of art and used a big marble block already reduced to bad conditions by the efforts of other artists to draw a great sculpture out of it. And from this marble, which by then seemed unusable, came one of the greatest masterpieces of civilization, the height of the Renaissance ideal of the free man and the maker of his own destiny.

In the two lateral wings of the tribune are placed the 16th century examples Florentine art: sacred paintings with bright and sombre colours such as the Disputa sull'Immacolata Concezione (The Dispute of the Immaculate Conception) by Carlo Portelli. At the end of the left wing of the tribune of the David, in the Salone dell'Ottocento (19th century Hall) , is arranged the Gipsoteca dedicated to Lorenzo Bartolini (1777- 1850). The galleria dei gessi was opened to the public only in 1985. Standing out are the about 300 busts representing the upper middle class, through which the skilful portraitist Bartolini expressed himself. Rich and well-illustrated is the mythological theme: Voto dell'Innocenza (the Vote of Innocence), Venus, etc.

The pathway, on the ground-floor, ends with the Sale Bizantine (Byzantine Halls) where examples of Florentine painting of the 14th century are gathered. In the first of the three halls to catch your attention is L'Albero della Vita (the Tree of Life), illustration of the literary text 'Lignum vitae' (S. Bonaventura) produced by Pacino di Bonaguida, whom in it represents scenes of the life of Jesus and of the and stories from the Genesis. In the second hall one should admire the Formelle (panels) painted by Taddeo Gaddi around 1330 to decorate the reliquary shrine of the Basilica of Santa Croce. At last, the hall dedicated to Andrea, Nardo and Jacopo di Cione, the three Orcagna brothers, whose sacred paintings are the expression of the Florentine 14th century.

The four halls of the first floor were arranged and opened to the public 1985. The first of them hosts the paintings by Giovanni da Milano and by other Florentine painters. In the second hall are gathered examples of paintings of the second half of the 14th century among which the bright and sombre colours of Andrea Orcagna. The third hall hosts a selection of art works by Lorenzo Monaco (1370-1423), a famous painter and miniaturist. The fourth and last hall gathers examples of Florentine late-Gothic paintings through the illustrations of Lorenzo Monaco and of the International Gothic with Gherardo Starnina and other of his contemporaries .


Full price tickets

Reduced price tickets: available only for citizens of the European Union between 18 and 25 years old and European Union teachers.



Service fees (pre-sale and online booking fees), as well as fees for temporary exhibitions happening during your visit are due for ANY KIND OF TICKET as well as for free admission days.

When picking up a reduced or free ticket, you will be asked for a document proving your right to the price reduction. Entrance will be denied without it.


The Dr. Vranjes store is located in Via della Spada 9/r, at the center of Florence's quadrangular shopping area, close to the most prestigious brands of fashion and a few steps from the luxurious Via Tornabuoni.


The store has become a window into the Dr. Vranjes universe, in which customers from all over the world recognize themselves.


Every client presenting a WEEKEND in ITALY voucher will be given
- a complimentary scented bookmark, regardless of purchase
- a free Dr. Vranjes Shea Lip-balm for a purchase minimum of € 30.00
- a free fragrance spray 25 ml for a purchase minimum of € 100.00

Dr. Vranjes
Via della Spada 9r - Firenze
Via San Gallo 63r - Firenze
Borgo la Croce 44r - Firenze
Via Fiori Chiari 24 - Milano

Dante Cardini

Since 1888, Dante Cardini is one of the landmark jewelers on the Ponte Vecchio in Florence. You will find brands such as CHIMENTO jewelry, Roberto Poggiali and BARAKA, with contemporary design, as well as the exclusive DANTE CARDINI creations for the more traditional taste.

Owners Massimo and Elisabetta will welcome you in the elegant but informal atmosphere of the store, and guide you in a unique and unforgettable experience for a visit to the terraces from which you will enjoy the beautiful view over the Arno River and the city of Florence.

Clients presenting a WEEKEND in ITALY voucher will be offered a 10% discount on their purchase.


Gioielleria Cardini - Ponte Vecchio 34/R - Florence

Fratelli Peruzzi Argentieri

Founded in 1860, Fratelli Peruzzi Argentieri is one of the oldest companies in the silversmithing industry of Florence.
Gianna and her sister-in-law Laura are the fourth generation of a family of silversmiths to carry on the tradition that Giuseppe Peruzzi started over 150 years ago.

Dedicated to craftsmanship, we’ll take any request and fulfill the client’s wishes. In addition to being engaged in the research and trade of silver and gold, we proudly display the prestigious brand identification “FI 114,“ among the oldest in Florence.

The production of those items that created the renown of Fratelli Peruzzi over the course of all these years passionately continues in our workshop behind the boutique.

A dream that continues into reality.

Hard Rock Café

Present your voucher and receive a complimentary Hard Rock Cafe gift.

Valid with Euro 25 purchase in the Cafe or Rock Shop. Valid till 30th of Dec. 2015. Not valid with other offers.

One per person per visit. Valid only at Florence location

WARNING: Admission to booked site or service will be denied without presenting the voucher or the ticket. Presenting a copy of the order form does by not give you the right to be admitted. No exceptions can be made to this rule.
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