Built in 1564, the Vasari Corridor was designed to enable the Grand Duke Cosimo I de Medici to move between the Pitti Palace where he lived, the Uffizi where he had his offices, and on to the Palazzo Vecchio, the seat of Florentine government since ... 

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Vasari Corridor

July 2014

Long walk on the Vasari Corridor above the buildings on the Ponte Vecchio. It was a bit surreal to imagine the Medici family walking these same halls.

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VIP Experience: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour Including Terrace Breakfast

Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

August 2012

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Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

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Skip the Line: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

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August 2012

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Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

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Skip the Line: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

August 2012

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Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

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Skip the Line: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

August 2012

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Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

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Skip the Line: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

August 2012

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Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

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Skip the Line: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

August 2012

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Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

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Skip the Line: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour

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