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From Palazzo Vecchio to Uffizi Gallery

New route from Palazzo Vecchio to the Uffizi Gallery, through the Principe Route

This route allows visitors to visit Palazzo Vecchio Museum (excluding the excavations of the Roman Theater the Ronda Walk and the Tower) and the Uffizi Gallery (temporary exhibitions included).

The visit begins at Palazzo Vecchio, with direct access to the first floor of the museum (Salone dei Cinquecento).

Choose a date:

Opening Hours:

From Tuesday to Sunday 9.30am - 4.15pm. Thursdays 9.30am - 11.00am. Closed the first Sundays of each month, Juanary 1st and December 25th.

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Booking Terms:


For further information, visit our "Terms and Conditions".


The visit is allowed to maximum 25 PAX each entrance


Before the visit, it's mandatory to leave lagguage, handbag and umbrella at the Guardrobe at the groundfloor in Palazzo Vecchio Museum.  After the Uffizi's visit, you have to go back there before the closing time.


Guardrobe timeschedule:

July 5th - September 30th:  11.00pm

October 1st - January 14th:  07.00pm

The Thursdays: 02.00pm

The passage from Palazzo Vecchio to The Uffizi Galleries is at fixed time, as shown on the reservation.


At the time shown on the reservation, the visitors have to be in the Green Room od the Eleonora's Quarter, at the second floor of the Palazzo Vecchio Museum. Failure to respect this time will result in the loss of the right of access to the Uffizi.

In order to know the price of tickets for a specific date, please select date, time of visit, and number and kind of tickets.



  • European citizens (EEC) aged 18 to 25 years old: reduced prices
  • European citizens (EEC)  under 18 years old: free tickets, but do require a reservation (*)
  • Under 18 years old (children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult): free tickets but do require a reservation (*)

(*) Reservation Fee: each reservation costs € 8.00


IMPORTANT: the tickets are absolutely NON-REFUNDABLE. 


Tickets are NOT changeable

The integrated ticket allows you to go directly from the Palazzo Vecchio Museum to the Uffizi Gallery, using the suggestive airstrip that connects the two buildings on via della Ninna. This covered passage is the first section of the famous Vasari Corridor. A genial work, typical of Vasari's inventory and technical expertise, the dizzying covered bridge that with an archway crosses the ancient route of Dogana, today called Ninna, linked in particular the two poles of ducal power.

  • The 14th-century Palazzo Vecchio was the ancient seat of the Republican government of the city.
  • The Uffizi building, which at the time of the realization of the air passage was still under construction, was designed by Vasari himself, was wanted by Cosimo as a bureaucratic seat, and was partially modified by the son of Cosimo, Francesco I, who in 1581 To the gallery its upper floor, laying the foundations of the well-known museum.

The corridor suspended on Ninna Street, used as a private passage also in Lorenzo's era and closed in the 19th century as a result of changes in ownership of the two buildings, is now usable to visit the two museums with one single constraint: book the crossing of the passage and the established time go to his entrance, in the Green Room of Palazzo Vecchio.

From Palazzo Vecchio to Uffizi Gallery

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