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Piazza della Signoria | Palazzo Vecchio, 50122, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We were in Florence for the day and there are 414 steps and the steps are very small so be careful not to miss one. We went in the summer in August and it was 40 degrees Celsius yes very hot and humid. We waited...More

Thank Carmela B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Torre di Arnolfo of the Palazzo Vecchio was named after its architect, Arnolfo di Cambio and has become a familiar symbol of Florence recognized my many. Unfortunately, it was closed on May 1st (public holiday) when we visited Florence, but I can only imagine the...More

Thank Noraatc
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Been there with friends, we were two couples. We took a private tour with a guide, and he added one more couple to us. It worth the extra few euros. The palace is really amazing and after listening to the guide and know all the...More

Thank Ofer B
Reviewed 27 May 2018

We had to wait 50 minutes to get to climb this tower, but the wait was totally worth it. If the Duomo is the iconic image of Firenze, then obviously the one place you cabn't see it is from the Duomo. From this tower, on...More

Thank Stuart M
Reviewed 20 May 2018

Well worth the climb for great views of Florence. Only drawback is if it is raining the tower portion is closed but the terrace will still be open. The top of the tower allows unobstructed views of Florence. This tower is great for photography.

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Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

10€ entry, go to the top and enjoy the view, photographers might also like the roof you access on the way down from the top (they don’t let you there on the way up) as you find many holes in the walls where your lens...More

1  Thank willyoutravel
Reviewed 15 May 2018

than Giotto’s Campanile. Towering over Palazzo Vecchio, it provides great views over Florence. Entrance to the tower is inside Palazzo Vecchio, it is free with the Firenze card so I do not know the cost to climb. Nevertheless, well worth the trek to the top.

Thank SoCalOregonian
Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

You have eaten pizzas, ice cream, pastas all day and you need to dissolve them. You'll be the gainer twice because awesome view waits you again.

Thank tanati
Reviewed 18 January 2018

The Tower is the best thing Palazzo Vecchio has. Queue is long (as any other attraction in Italy) but it is a great plan to do on a Saturday morning. However, the ticket is a little bit expensive (10€). But, anyways, Italy is expensive on...More

Thank Kristen C
Reviewed 8 December 2017

Amongst so much beauty in Florence, this tower pales to those in the Duomo, yet, it's handy as a way marker when wandering further afield. A fitting piece in already amazing Piazza (della Signoria)

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Every visitor coming to Florence for the first time
will immediately identify with Uffizi. As in past
times, passing through Via dei Calzaiuoli, you can
reach the city center, the Florence that everybody
dreams of. In just a few steps, visitors can
experience the rare beauty of the capital of the
Renaissance. walking delighted across Palazzo Vecchio
and overlooking Piazza della Signoria, up to the
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1 October 2017|
Response from Carmela B |
There is but only on one side so when your going up it’s on the right if I remember correctly