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Bring Dan Brown’s bestselling novel Inferno to life on a half-day walking tour of Florence. Led by a local guide, you’ll spot the attractions visited by the code-cracking main character, Robert Langdon. Explore the secret passageways of the Palazzo Vecchio and check out the Hall of Geographical Maps, the Florence Baptistery and Dante's Death Mask. Upgrade your ticket for a full-day experience, including a skip-the-line tour of the Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor. Both the half- and full-day options offer entrance to top sites like Giotto’s Bell Tower, Brunelleschi’s Dome and more.

Highlights

  • Inferno walking tour of Florence, led by an expert local guide
  • Learn all about the popular Dan Brown Inferno novel, based on Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy
  • Explore the secret passageways of Palazzo Vecchio and see the Hall of Geographical Maps and Dante’s death mask
  • See sights mentioned in the book such as the Gate of Paradise in the Baptistry of Florence
  • Upgrade to a full-day tour to enjoy a skip-the-line Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor tour
  • Use an entrance ticket to visit selected Florence attractions at leisure like Brunelleschi’s Dome, Giotto’s Bell Tower and more

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What You Can Expect

Dan Brown 'Inferno' Tour of Florence

See the door of Florence Baptistery!

Your Inferno tour will begin in central Florence, where you’ll join up with your guide. Begin with a stroll through Piazza della Signoria to visit the city’s 14th-century city hall, the Palazzo Vecchio. Inside, explore the secret passageways once used by Grand Duke Cosimo I to travel through the city discreetly, and used by Robert Langdon to flee from soldiers. You’ll also see the Hall of Geographical Maps and the plaster cast of Dante’s Death Mask, made from the famous author's face after his death.

Continue to one of Florence’s most iconic sites, the Duomo. See where Dante was reportedly baptized in front of the Baptistery and examine the Gate of Paradise that helped Langdon solve a mystery or two.

Upgrade to extend to a full-day tour, where you can follow Langdon’s trail to the Vasari Corridor and the Uffizi Gallery. Skip the line and admire masterpieces from Botticelli and Giotto before heading to the Vasari Corridor. There, inside the secret passageway, you’ll witness one of the world's largest portrait collections, and your guide will share historical highlights and stories about Dan Brown’s covert characters.

At the end of your half- or full-day tour, you’ll receive a free entrance ticket to Crypt of Santa Reparata, Opera del Duomo Museum, Giotto’s Bell Tower and Brunelleschi’s Dome, valid for same-day use.

Customer Reviews

Philip W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

This as our first time on a guided tour and we enjoyed it greatly. It had a good balance of the Inferno novel and the history of Florance. Michael our guide was both entertaining and very knowledgeable as well as being very friendly. My only disappointment was to find that the Danti Death masks is really a Florintine fack!... The joining instructions were very helpful and clear and with the additional access within 48 hours to The Duomo and The tower as an added bonus. Would thoroughly recommend this to Dan Brown and Florance fans..

Maria C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Our tour guide Frederica made our tour most enjoyable. She was extremely knowledgeable and not only knew the Dan Brown book well but also informed us of much of the history of Florence -which was very interesting!

Laura C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

This tour was amazing!

Patricia W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

For any Dan Brown fan, this tour is a must. We saw the site of Dante's house and visited the Vecchio Palace which included the Hall of the Five Hundred, Dante's death mask and the map room. The baptistery where Robert Langdon located Dante's death mask in the book was fascinating.At the end of the tour we were issued with tickets to visit the cathedral, bell tower and museum at our leisure over the next 48 hours. The Vasari Corridor and Boboli gardens were not part of this tour but another tour covers these.

Horace C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Excellent tour and learn more about Florence history too

Adele G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Our tour I think was extra special as we were the only 2 people on it at this time of day early start so we had our own private guide an tour - saw everything relevant in Florence to the Dan Brown book and Guila our guide was fantastic and very knowledgeable she made the tour. Now home and reading the book again makes it even more vivid and brings the book to life

ssmydo

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Our guide was perfect for the tour. She was interesting, fun and knowledgable about the book. She was easy to understand and engaging. The three of us my group all thought she was one of the best guides on our trip.

kristina e

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Sarah was amazing and I had her all to myself for the entire tour one on one. I felt like I was the first tour she had ever given because her energy was contagious and fresh, so much information weaved into a remarkably memorable narrative punctuated with lots of questions on my part that received detailed and thought out answers.

Alfred N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2015

Very informative tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable, friendly and great through the tour. Even though most of the people in the tour have not read Inferno, she was able to provide a tour of Florence while adding in tidbits of information from the book.

Dan M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

Morning tour was just 3 whereas the afternoon piece was 22 people. Still very enjoyable.

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