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Enjoy a guided tour in discovery of Filippo Brunelleschi's masterful architectural accomplishment – climb up the 463 steps and take a close look at the cupola of the Dome of Florence.
With its octagonal dome higher and wider than any that had ever been built, with no external buttresses to keep it from spreading and falling under its own weight, the technical difficulties were some of the greatest ever faced – and overcome – in the history of architecture. Your tour includes a visit to the Cathedral Museum, where you will see Brunelleschi's models and the tools used to build this wonder of the architectural world.
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Admission to the Cathedral, the Dome, the Terraces and the Bapstistery.
Tips and gratuities are not included in the tour price.
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During your private guided tour in discovery of Filippo Brunelleschi's masterful architectural accomplishment, your expert official Tourist Guide will accompany you to the top of the highest building of Florence – and you'll use the same staircase as Brunelleschi did!
Travel back in time as you rise up the 463 step staircase and through the narrow passages of this masterpiece building. Once you reach the top of the cupola you will enjoy an unforgettable view of Florence.
This tour will give you the chance to discover the technique used by Brunelleschi from a special point of view. See the magnificent frescoes decorating the inside of the Dome from up close, and discover the tools preserved at the Cathedral Museum. Many of these tools were specially invented to build the Dome quickly and, extraordinarily, many are still in use today.
Price per person: € 75.00