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Gift a museum pass this Christmas

The Card del Fiorentino gives access to guided tours and unlimited admissions to many of the city's museums.

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Tue 13 Dec 2022 10:30 AM

Gift-giving can be a chore, but there’s only pleasure to be found in presenting the Card del Fiorentino to the culture-lovers in your life! The exceptional offer available to residents of Florence and the metropolitan area makes museum visits much easier, giving you access to guided tours and unlimited admissions to many of the city’s most popular cultural venues for just 10 euro.

Green Line - F-Light 2022 Ph. Nicola Neri
Palazzo Vecchio on the occasion of Green Line – F-Light, 2022. Ph. Nicola Neri

Unlock unlimited entry to the Florentine Civic Museums, with three guided tours hosted by MUS.E included as part of the great gift idea launched by the Comune di Firenze.

How to purchase

Purchasable online or at the ticket offices of the Palazzo Vecchio Museum, Museo Novecento, and the Brancacci Chapel, in one swoop sort out all those you have yet to purchase presents for, not forgetting to pop one in for yourself! Packaging is catered for too, with the Card del Fiorentino presented in a special Christmas gift box, making the museum-going even merrier.

Available for residents of Florence and metropolitan municipalities, the card costs 10 euro and lasts 365 days, with unlimited access to museums and three guided tours upon reservation.

Museums included

Palazzo Vecchio Museum, the Arnolfo Tower, Museo Novecento, Stefano Bardini Museum, Brancacci Chapel and the Fondazione Romano, the Santa Maria Novella Complex, Forte Belvedere, the Auschwitz Memorial, the Gino Bartali cycling museum, Torre San Niccolò, Torre della Zecca, Porta Romana, Baluardo di San Giorgio and Porta San Frediano.

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