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Accademia Gallery
Opened in 1780 as a structure dedicated to the teaching activity of the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, it is today known above all for the majestic statue of David by Michelangelo. Every single part of this 5m high sculpture is of an imposing size.
The David, supreme work of technical expertise, but also a symbol of the struggles of the Florentine Republic against larger and more powerful enemies, embodies the spirit of the city.

€ 20.00
Florence Pass
The Florence Pass gives you fast and priority entrance to the best museums in Florence:
  • Uffizi Gallery
  • Gallery of the Academy
  • Guided tour of Brunelleschi's Dome And an audio guide city app for your smartphone

  • € 15.50
    Palazzo Pitti
    The only royal residence in Florence and the largest museum complex in the city with its 32,000 m².
    The Palatine Gallery blends four centuries of Tuscan luxury with Renaissance and Baroque paintings, featuring stunning artworks by Raphael, Titian, Rubens, Pietro da Cortona and many more.

    Palazzo Strozzi
    One of the key places in the Italian cultural scene. A laboratory of art, culture and innovation, the Palazzo Strozzi Foundation creates a link between Florence and the world with its ever-changing exhibitions.
    And, built around a Renaissance courtyard, the square that houses the Palace hosts many events throughout the year, including concerts, shows, installations and much more.

    € 30.00
    Uffizi Gallery
    The best collection of Renaissance art, with eight rooms dedicated to CaravaggioThe best collection of Renaissance art, with works by Raphael, Michelangelo, Dürer, Rembrandt and Titian.
    Other masterpieces include Leonardo da Vinci's Adoration of the Magi, Michelangelo's Doni Tondo, and Raphael's portrait of men from the Medici family, Pope Leo X and his cousin, who would become Pope Clement VII.

    € 23.00
    Milan Cathedral – The Duomo
    The most famous gothic cathedral in Italy and one of the best-known religious buildings in the world.
    Standing 108 meters high, it can seat up to 40,000 people and is steeped in gothic solemnity.
    The terraces of the Milan Cathedral host 135 marble spiers that dot the perimeter of the roof and about 2000 statues, in addition to the famous Madonnina, a golden statue of the Virgin Mary just over 4 meters high.

    La Scala Theater
    Tour one of Italy"s most impressive opera houses

    Museum of Illusions
    A fascinating world of illusions in the heart of Milan. Among rigged mirrors, strange lights, unstable floors and much more.

    € 18.00
    Casa Milan Museum
    Modern HQ of beloved Serie A side AC Milan

    A city destroyed 2000 years ago by a violent eruption of Vesuvius, one of the best preserved archaeological sites in the world, in an archaeological area that occupies over 50 hectares
    What you can see today, in Pompeii, is an extraordinary glimpse into life in a Roman city.

    € 20.00
    Tickets for Naples Underground
    In the subsoil of Naples you can discover ancient artifacts over 2400 years old, including the theater of ancient Neapolis, where Emperor Nero had a private dressing room or the ancient aqueduct that supplied water to Naples for 23 centuries!

    € 10.00
    Tickets for Vesuvius: Park Entrance & Guided Visit
    The most famous volcano in the world that once destroyed the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

    € 10.00
    If you think Pompeii is stunning, check out Herculaneum, another ancient Roman city unfairly overshadowed by the fame of its better-known neighbour. This ancient town is more interesting, better preserved and much easier to explore.
    Clothes, mosaics and frescoes still almost perfectly intact!

    € 17.00
    Aquarium of Genoa
    The largest aquarium in Europe with 3,000 square meters of exhibition space.
    70 rooms that house 12,000 marine animals including sharks, penguins, dolphins and tropical fish of a thousand colours.

    € 75.00
    The Valley of the Temples
    The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento is the largest archaeological site in the world. 1,300 hectares of sun-kissed history, where some of the most remarkable ruins of the ancient Greek and Byzantine empires still stand.
    The Temple of Concordia, one of the best preserved Greek temples in the world, the Temple of Hera, where the ancients made sacrifices to the queen of the gods, and the idyllic Kolymbetra Gardens.

    € 15.00
    Ancient Theater of Taormina
    Carved into the rock of the Sicilian hills, this relic of the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations is incredibly well preserved.
    The horseshoe shape of the theater is typical of Hellenic architecture, while the bricks reveal the hand of Roman civilization.
    In this special location, whose foundations were laid over 2000 years ago, theatrical, opera and other performances are still held today.

    € 19.00
    The Leaning Tower of Pisa
    One of the most famous monuments in the world, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, is actually the bell tower of the nearby Cathedral of Pisa, in the beautiful Piazza dei Miracoli.

    € 23.00
    Doge's Palace
    Crossing the threshold of Palazzo Ducale means embarking on a journey back in time to discover the history and culture of the Republic of Venice.
    Inside you will find beautifully decorated rooms by artists such as Titian, Veronese, Tiepolo and Tintoretto.
    Included is the Bridge of Sighs, so named for the wails of the criminals who crossed it to reach the New Prisons.

    € 20.00
    St. Mark's Basilica
    Sacred casket for the relics of the saint who gives it its name, the Basilica of San Marco has become a symbol of Venice known throughout the world, with the masterpieces of Byzantine art, the marble floor inlays and the incredible mosaics of gold (the Basilica alone has 43,000 square meters of mosaics).
    Built by the Venetians in 820 AD. and consecrated in 832 AD, but lost its original appearance due to a serious fire at the beginning of the 10th century and the structure that we can still admire today dates back to 1063 AD.

    € 58.00
    La Fenice Opera House
    This magnificent building is one of the most important monuments in the history of Italian theater and in the entire history of opera!
    Don't miss the exhibition on Maria Callas, the Greek-American soprano is one of the most famous and influential opera singers of the 20th century and her years in Venice are among the most celebrated, and you're about to find out why.

    € 11.50
    Tickets for Classic Gondola Ride
    Enjoy a classic gondola ride in picture-perfect Venice

    € 32.00
    Venice Pass
    A curated package of Venice essentials and bag some savings:
  • St. Mark"s Basilica: Skip The Line
  • Access to Terrace, Pala D"Oro and Museum
  • Gondola ride with live commentary
  • Doge"s Palace: Quick Access
    and an audio guide app with over 100 points of interest in the city

  • € 27.00

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