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Visit the most detained of the Piazza del Duomo! Admire the Cathedral, Duomo, Baptistery, Giotto's crown, the Opera museum and the Duomos terraces.

Avoid the rows and save time. Admire the works of Giovanni Pisano, Duccio di Buoninsegna and other protagonists of the Siena Art.

Choose your visits:

The Brunelleschi Dome: 

A masterpiece that withstands lightning, earthquakes and bad weather. This monument surprises all those who see it from near or far. The diameter of the dome is 45.5 meters. It consists of two interconnected ogival carapaces, the octagonal dome of the cathedral was erected between 1418 and 1434 based on a design by Filippo Brunelleschi.

The Baptistery:

The Baptistery of San Giovanni, one of the oldest churches in Florence. This fascinating structure, which combines faith, history and art,  researchers till have doubt its dating.
In the Middle Ages, the inhabitants of Florence thought that the Baptistery was an old building dating back to Roman times.

In fact; Much of the marble cover of the Baptistery comes from the ruins of the Roman Florentia, most likely a pagan temple. You can see many fragments, ancient inscriptions, trapping columns or horizontal lintels on the interior doors.

The Bell Tower of Giotto:

The bell tower of Giotto is one of the four main monuments of the Piazza del Duomo. The most eloquent example of the Gothic architecture of the fourteenth century in Florence. The majestic square bell tower, considered the most beautiful bell tower in Italy and probably more decorative than functional, was begun by Giotto in 1334.

The Duomo Terrace:

After climbing 150 steps, to the panoramic visit on the external terraces of the Cathedral, over thirty meters high, where, immersed in the splendid setting of Florence, you can admire them from a point of exclusive view all the monuments of the city and above all stop to enjoy the close presence of Brunelleschi's Dome. 

The climb is not recommended for people suffering from heart problems, vertigo or claustrophobia, and for pregnant women. Visits to minors not accompanied by an adult are prohibited.


Select morning or afternoon slot for your visits. When chosen multiple attraction we will make sure you have at least 1 hour between visits. 
  • The Duomo: Open everyday of the week from 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
  • The Baptistry: ONLY available Mondays and Weekends from 8:15 am to 10:15 am and from 11:15 am to 7:30 pm
  • Giotto's bell tower: Open everyday of the week from from 8:15 am to 7:00 pm
  • The Duomo's Terrace: Open everyday of the week from from 9:30am to 7pm

What is included:

Entry with priority access.
Entrances of your chosen attractions. 


Access will only be given to the ticket holders once in each area.
The reservation of Brunelleschi's Dome can not be modified.

Reduced rates:

For children between 6 and 11 years old (identity document will be required to enter.)

Free tickets:

You must go to the ticket office to collect the free tickets, can’t be booked online.
For children up to 6 years old (an identity document will be requested at the museum entrance)
For all disabled people: they must present a certificate and be accompanied.

To consider:

The tickets are not refundable.
The check-in time shown on your ticket may be subject to some small changes depending on the availability of the place that day. You must respect the date and time indicated on your tickets.

Arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled visit time at the entrance. 
In case of unpunctuality, you can not enter.


Access to the cathedral is only allowed with proper clothing: you should not go with shorts, bare shoulders, sandals, hats and sunglasses.
Access to the Dome, the Bell Tower and the Museum is not allowed with large bags and backpacks. There is a cloakroom in the museum.

Your tickets will be sent within 24/48 hours after the confirmation of your purchase (business days).