Firenze City Pass – Florence

The City Card for Florence

Firenze Pass

The City Card for Florence

Florence, Firenze in Italian, is the birthplace of Renaissance art. Therefore, it is no wonder that large numbers of tourists flock to this city every year. With the Florence City Pass, a city trip to Florence becomes more fun! This pass is a must-have for anyone who wants to visit museums and attractions in Florence at leisure because it allows free entrance and fast track entry to the most popular museums and attractions in Florence such as the Uffizi Gallery, the Accademia Gallery or the Casa Buonarroti Museum. Not only do you have free access to museums in Florence, you can also skip the line. This way you save both time and money.

When will you buy your Firenze City Pass? It assures you a hassle-free trip. Read on for more information, the benefits and advantages and how the Firenze City Pass works.

Advantages of the Firenze Card

The main advantage of the Firenze City Pass is free entry to famous sights in Florence such as the Uffizi Museum, the Casa Buonarroti Museum, the Accademia Gallery and the Leonardo da Vinci Museum. Especially the Galleria dell’Accademia is worth a visit! Here you will see Michelangelo’s David. The Uffizi Gallery is considered to be one of the most important art museums in the world.

Skip the Line: No queuing!

Don’t waste time standing in line and skip straight to the front of queues. You enjoy fast track entry to popular attractions in Florence. Show your Firenze City Pass and jump the queue. This way you have more time to see other highlights of Florence. Especially during the high season the city is crowded and waiting lines are long.

Time slot for Museums

If you want to visit the Accademia Gallery and the Uffizi Museum, you must book in advance. However, if you have the Firenze City Pass, you need not make a reservation for a time slot. Because when you collect your pass, you will receive a fixed time slot so that you can enjoy the museum at leisure.

Shuttle bus to Barberino Designer Outlet

Spend a day shopping in the Barberino Designer Outlet, a shopping mall at a thirty-minute drive from Florence. This shopping centre with more than 100 stores resembles a Tuscan village. The shuttle bus to the shopping centre is included in the Firenze Card.

Discounts

The Firenze City Card allows discounts on various other museums and activities in and around Florence. Go on a guided bike tour through the city or on an excursion to Pisa. Present your Firenze Pass and you will get a 30% discount!

How does the Firenze City Card work?

Purchase your Firenze Pass online in advance. Select the museums you want to visit and on what days. After making your booking, you receive the Firenze Pass by email. This can take 48 hours. Print the pass and take it with you during your city trip to Florence! You are now ready to experience an unforgettable holiday in this beautiful city.

Tip: Be sure to purchase your Firenze City Pass the moment you decide to go on a city Trip to Florence. The longer you wait the more it is possible that time slots you prefer for a visit of Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery have already been given away.\

Types of Firenze City Pass

The Firenze City Pass comes in various types: valid for 1, 2 or 3 days. Which pass suits you best depends on the duration of your city trip to Florence. Note: children and teenagers receive a discount when purchasing a pass.

 

The City of Florence

The centre of Florence is like an open-air museum and a popular city trip destination. The historic centre is dotted with magnificent buildings and palazzos. Florence is home to one fifth of all western works of art, most of these are to be seen in the Galleria degli Uffizi. If you are not a museum-lover, Florence is the perfect city to stroll through the centre, go shopping, eat in outdoor cafes and enjoy Italian ice cream.

Undisputed Highlights in Florence:

  • Galleria dell’Accademia

  • Uffizi Museum

  • Casa Buonarroti Museum

  • Duomo with the Campanile and Battistero (baptistery)

  • Jewish Museum and Synagogue

  • Museo degli Innocenti

  • Ponte Vecchio

  • Piazza della Signoria with the Palazzo Vecchio

  • Musical Instrument Museum (Museo degli Strumenti Musicali)

  • Santa Croce church

Florence has so much to offer that it is almost impossible to know where to start. Be sure to include a break from sightseeing in a coffee bar for true Italian coffee. They are scattered all over the city. Stop for lunch on one of the shady squares for a genuine Italian lunch.