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Booking by ticketsflorence.com is a very simple procedure. Your reservation is complete in just 3 steps!

1 - select the product you want to book and add it to chart (museum ticket, regular group tour, private guided tour, excursion);
now you can check-out your order or continue shopping.

2 - Click on "CHECK-OUT"
Fill in the form blank fields with your data. Pay attention in writing your email address correctly. 

3 - Choose means of payment (credit card, pay-pal, bank transfer) and click on "******"

Booking procedure is now over!

You will receive by email:

A) a copy of your order immediately. If you do not receive it in about one hour, this may mean that the email address is not correct or your email account has been having problems in receiving messages, please check also spam folder.

B) another message with a link to download you VOUCHER. The voucher is the only valid document which certifies your reservation and gives you the right to benefit the services you have booked. Please print out your voucher and bring it with you on the day of your visits. The voucher is sent as PDF file in A4 paper format and is compatible with all printers.

You will receive one link and consequently one voucher for each product you have booked.

Please remember that if you have chosen credit card as means of payment, the debit note on your next credit card accounting report will be in the name of Italy Travels, the company which owns and manages ticketsflorence.com website.


Call our staff for assistance, Monday-Friday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Tel. +39 055 2670402

Emergency numbers: 0039-0555321181- 0039-0555321180

Private guided tours:

Book your escorted tour with a
PRIVATE GUIDE, just for your own! This is an exclusive and personalized service for most demanding visitors. A taylor-made itinerary for an unforgettable experinece to discover Florence world famous art treasures.
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Vasari Corridor Tour

The Vasari Corridor in Florence is a must-see museum for those who want to have an extraordinary experience visiting Florence.
The Vasari Corridor is an hidden, indoor path built by Vasari in 1565 which connects Palazzo Vecchio with the Uffizi Palace and Palazzo Pitti. Visitors can have access to the Vasari Corridor booking a Vasari Corridor special guided tour as to enter the Vasari Corridor visitors must be accompanied by a licensed guide.


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