Visit the magnificent Vasari Corridor with reservation with an English-speaking guide!
The Vasari Corridor is a long passageway that connects Palazzo Vecchio in Piazza della Signoria to Pitti Palace on the other side of the river Arno. The Vasari Corridor passes through some of Florence’s most important landmarks over the Ponte Vecchio and ends in the Boboli Garden.
The Vasari Corridor is a very unique space and it is closed to the general public, but with Italy Travels you can visit the Vasari Corridor with reservation in a group tour!
The Vasari Corridor was built in 1565 by Giorgio Vasari in just 5 months to allows Cosimo de’ Medici to walk safely through the city from the seat of government in Palazzo Vecchio to their private residence in Pitti Palace.
The Vasari Corridor contains over 1000 paintings including the largest and very important collection of self-portraits by some of the most famous masters of painting, including Filippo Lippi, Rembrandt, Velazquez, Delacroix and Ensor. While the first paintings were bought by the Medici Family, after the collection started, the Family started receiving the paintings as donations from the painters themselves.
The Vasari Corridor is a very important and historic symbol of Florence, which annually attracts many visitors from around the world.
You can visit the Vasari Corridor with reservation by calling +39 055 2670402 or you can fill out the reservation form on our website www.ticketsflorence.com .
Visit the Vasari Corridor with reservation and visit this amazing sight!