Corridors of Ponte Vecchio, Florence – Italy

On our last visit to Florence, Italy, we experienced a unique insiders perspective of the city’s monuments, streets and hillsides bordering the Arno river.

Looking out to the monuments

Did you know that you could be escorted through the 1000m long Corridor de Vasari built in 1565 and connecting the Palazzio Vecchio, the Uffizi and the Palazzio Pitti? This passage allowed the Medicis Family to safely cross the Arno without gard. An art gallery of nearly 200 autoportraits and myriad lookouts await…

Reservations only. Wednesday and Friday at 14.00 and 16.30. Thursday at 9.00 and 11.30. Visit www.uffizi.firenze.it/english

Lors de notre dernier séjour à Florence, Italie, nous avons découvert une perspective unique des monuments, rues et collines à flanc de l’Arno.

Gallery portion of the corridor

Saviez-vous que vous pouvez être escortés le long des 1000m du Corridor de Vasari construit en 1565 et raliant le Palazzio Vecchio, les Uffizi et le Palazzio Pitti? Ce passage permettait à la famille Medicis de traverser l’Arno sans garde. Une galerie de près de 200 portraits et myriade de perspectives vous enchantent…

Mercredi et vendredi à 14h et 16h30. Jeudi à 9h00 et 11h30. Réservations obligatoires. www.uffizi.firenze.it/english

View on opposite of the Arno from corridor

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