- 3-hour Vasari Corridor tour ending at the Boboli Gardens
- Learn about Cosimo I, who commissioned the corridor in the 15th century
- Follow the corridor's 'Prince's Itinerary' route from the Uffizi Gallery to Pitti Palace
- Enjoy priority access to the Boboli Gardens with your skip-the-line ticket, and relax at leisure
What You Can Expect
Meet your guide at the Palazzo Vecchio before heading inside the Ufizzi Gallery to enter the corridor itself.
Split into three distinct sections, the Vasari Corridor is an art lover's delight, containing an array of Renaissance paintings, sculptures and portraits. As you walk through the corridor, following the walkway back across the bridge (the route known as the ‘Prince's Itinerary’), your guide will explain the stunning art collections to you. See 17th- and 18th-century paintings by Italian artists and pass the world's largest collection of self-portraits while walking above the Ponte Vecchio.
The corridor ends near the Boboli Gardens, and your guide will point you in the right direction to enter them. Head past the queues with your skip-the-line ticket and then spend as much time as you want, relaxing at leisure in this elegantly tranquil park.