Dan Brown 'Inferno' Tour Of Florence Including Palazzo Vecchio And Baptistry

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    FLORENCETOWN TOURS & NEWS STAND, located in Piazza della Repubblica, (Florencetown kiosk, under the arches of Piazza della Repubblica, on the left of the APPLE STORE, corner with Via Pellicceria)
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    Concludes in Florence city center
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    Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund


Follow the trail of Dan Browns 2013 Inferno novel on a half-day walking tour, led by an expert local guide! The international bestseller, based on Dante Alighieris Divine Comedy, is set in Florence and several city attractions feature in the books mysterious plot. Hear stories of the main character, code-cracking Harvard professor Robert Langdon, and visit key sites like Palazzo Vecchios secret passageways and the Baptistry of Florence. Bonus ticket! This tour also includes a combination entrance ticket for independent access to several top Florence attractions after the tour: Opera del Duomo Museum, Crypt of Santa Reparata, Brunelleschis Dome and Giottos Bell Tower.


  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience
  • Pickup from a centrally located meeting point

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Meet your guide in central Florence, and then set off on your Inferno tour of the city. In tune with the order of the book, start with a stroll through Piazza della signoria to visit Palazzo vecchio Florences impressive 14th-century city hall and head inside to explorethe museum and the chambers that linked the building to the Vasari corridor.

During the Renaissance days of the ruling Medici family, the passageways of Palazzo Vecchio and Vasari Corridor were used by the Grand Duke Cosimo I to avoid his Florentine foes; in Inferno, Robert Langdon and his helper, Sienna Brookes, used them to flee from chasing soldiers. Other highlights of the site include the Hall of Geographical Maps and Dantes Death Mask, a plaster cast mask of the author's face following his death.

Leave Palazzo Vecchio and stroll through town to Florence Duomo, one of the citys most iconic sites. In front of its main door is the Baptistery of Florence (Battistero di San Giovanni), where Dante is said to have been baptized. Step inside to see the ornate bronze Gate of Paradise that helped Langton solve a few of his mysteries.

Before leaving, your guide will give you an entrance ticket to Opera del Duomo museum, Crypt of Santa Reparata, Brunelleschis Dome (the top of Florence Duomo) and Giottos Bell Tower. Just use your ticket on the same day as your Inferno tour and explore the attractions at your own pace.

Youwill also receive an interesting Florence City GuideBook to give you fresh suggestions and make your stay in Florence and Tuscany even more memorable.


  • Local guide
  • Entrance fee to Florence Baptistery, Duomo,Palazzo Vecchio
  • The opportunity to visit other locations of the Great Museum of Duomo Opera in the next 48 hours
  • Entrance ticket: Opera del Duomo Museum, Crypt of Santa Reparata, Brunelleschis Dome and Giottos Bell Tower
  • Visit the locations of Dan Brown's novel and Tom Hanks' movie
  • Espresso coffee or gelato tasting
  • Florence City GuideBook


  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

A moderate amount of walking is involved

Please note that this tour is not suitable for people with impaired mobility

Large bags and liquids are not allowed inside the museums

Appropriate clothing is required

Please note that due to the possibility of some of the halls of Palazzo Vecchio, the Duomo or Baptistry being closed for institutional events, the itinerary of the tour may sometimes undergo some minor changes, but the quality will always be preserved

A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements 

The tour runs rain or shine