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Pitti Palace & Palatine Gallery, Boboli & Bardini Gardens Skip-the-Line Tickets

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  • Get direct entry to 3 of Florence's most alluring sights, Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery, and Boboli Gardens, with a single combo ticket.
  • Skip long ticketing lines to the opulent residence of former grand dukes and monarchs, where Renaissance art, architecture and nature merge.
  • Stroll through the art haven of Palatine Gallery, with an assortment of historic artifacts, and gorgeous artworks like The Three Ages of Man by Giorgione.
  • Meander through the sprawling Boboli Gardens, a tranquil Medici paradise of ponds, statues, and ancient holm oak trees.
  • Get direct entry to 3 of Florence's most alluring sights, Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery, and Boboli Gardens, with a single combo ticket.
  • Skip long ticketing lines to the opulent residence of former grand dukes and monarchs, where Renaissance art, architecture and nature merge.
  • Stroll through the art haven of Palatine Gallery, with an assortment of historic artifacts, and gorgeous artworks like The Three Ages of Man by Giorgione.
  • Meander through the sprawling Boboli Gardens, a tranquil Medici paradise of ponds, statues, and ancient holm oak trees.

Inclusions

  • Skip-the-line entry to Pitti Palace
  • Skip-the-line entry to Boboli Gardens
  • Access to Palatine Gallery
  • Access to Bardini Gardens
  • Access to Porcelain Museum

Exclusions

  • Guide
  • Transfers
  • Access to the Grotta del Buontalenti at Boboli Gardens
  • Tip: When at Boboli, explore the Knight's Garden, an area with geometric flower beds and a charming fountain.
  • Keep in mind food & beverages are not allowed in the exhibition areas.
  • Mobile phones must be turned off or at least placed in silent mode.
  • It is forbidden to run or walk barefoot in the museum premises.
  • Shutterbugs, take note: Photography with any professional equipment including the use of flash and drones is a no-go inside the venue.
  • Pets cannot tag along for this experience, with the exception of guide dogs and service animals, properly leashed and with a public medical certificate.
  • From the square, the climb to the entrance of the Pitti Palace is rather steep (with a maximum gradient of 20%), so an accompanying person is recommended for wheelchair users or persons with reduced mobility.
  • From the courtyard, you can take the stairs or lifts to access the Palatine Gallery (1st floor). The lifts are located on the right side near the cloakroom.
  • The entire Boboli Gardens area is pedestrianized, and is not accessible by vehicle; if you have a disability badge, you can park nearby.
  • Facilities: free cloakroom storage.
  • Backpacks, bags, umbrellas and other large objects must be stored in the cloakroom prior to entry.
  • Guests under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
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Florence 5-Day Pass: Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace & Boboli Gardens Tickets

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  • Prepare for an artistic curation in the epicenter of Florence! 1 ticket opens the doors to Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery, and the Boboli Gardens.
  • Forget about planning woes over a leisurely 5 days and immerse yourself along the Arno River’s banks—from Renaissance opulence to green escapes.
  • Uffizi Gallery is home to seminal masterpieces, like Primavera by Boticelli and Raphael’s numerous portraits of Madonna.
  • Wander among sculptures, fountains and 100-year-old holm oak trees at Boboli Gardens, a manicured Medici paradise!
  • Pitti Palace, right in front of the gardens, is a complex of museums, including the Palatine Gallery. Get lost amidst works like Sleeping Cupid by Carravaggio.
  • Prepare for an artistic curation in the epicenter of Florence! 1 ticket opens the doors to Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery, and the Boboli Gardens.
  • Forget about planning woes over a leisurely 5 days and immerse yourself along the Arno River’s banks—from Renaissance opulence to green escapes.
  • Uffizi Gallery is home to seminal masterpieces, like Primavera by Boticelli and Raphael’s numerous portraits of Madonna.
  • Wander among sculptures, fountains and 100-year-old holm oak trees at Boboli Gardens, a manicured Medici paradise!
  • Pitti Palace, right in front of the gardens, is a complex of museums, including the Palatine Gallery. Get lost amidst works like Sleeping Cupid by Carravaggio.

Inclusions

  • Entry to Uffizi Gallery
  • Entry to Pitti Palace & Palatine Gallery
  • Entry to Boboli Gardens
  • Entry to the Museum Opificio Delle Pietre Dure
  • Entry to the National Archaeological Museum of Florence

Exclusions

  • Live guide
  • Tip: Break a little sweat climbing to the top of Belvedere Fort, which sits on the Boboli Gardens’ highest hill! The panoramas of Florence are worth the hike.
  • The optional audio guide for Uffizi is available in English, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Turkish, Portuguese, Polish, Dutch, and Korean.
  • Shutterbugs, take note: Photography with any professional equipment including the use of flash and drones is a no-go inside the venue.
  • Pets cannot tag along for this experience, with the exception of guide dogs and service animals, properly leashed and with a public medical certificate.
  • Please note that you must notify the presence of guide dogs and service animals in advance by sending an email to uffiziaccessibili@cultura.gov.it and attaching the relevant certification.
  • The accessible entrance to Uffizi Gallery is located at Door 1 under the colonnade (the accessible ramp to the colonnade is in Via della Ninna). At the end of the corridor, an elevator that leads directly to the 2nd floor of the Gallery.
  • Guests requiring entry with motorized wheelchairs, electric scooters or other large devices should contact the reception staff, who will direct them to the Uffizi concierge desk.
  • From the square, the slope to the entrance of the Pitti Palace is rather steep (with a maximum gradient of 20%), so a companion is recommended for wheelchair users.
  • From the courtyard, you can take the stairs or lifts to access the Palatine Gallery (1st floor). The lifts are located on the right side near the cloakroom.
  • The entire Boboli Gardens area is pedestrianized, and is not accessible by vehicle; if you have a disability badge, you can park nearby.
  • Facilities: free cloakroom storage.
  • Backpacks, bags, umbrellas and other large objects must be stored in the cloakroom prior to entry.
  • Guests under the age of 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 48 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
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Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery & Boboli Gardens Guided Tour

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  • Skip the lines and delve into the Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery and Boboli Gardens with a passionate guide, unlocking Renaissance secrets.
  • Walk in the footsteps of the Medici, Florence's most powerful family, with exclusive access to their grand residence, the Pitti Palace.
  • See iconic works by Raphael, Pietro Perugino, and Riminaldi, housed in the opulent Palatine Gallery, alongside captivating frescoes.
  • Escape the crowds on a stroll through the Boboli Gardens, once a playground of Medici nobles. Be sure to look for hidden grottos!
  • A small group tour means personalized attention and ample time to ask questions, ensuring an enriching and interactive experience.
  • Skip the lines and delve into the Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery and Boboli Gardens with a passionate guide, unlocking Renaissance secrets.
  • Walk in the footsteps of the Medici, Florence's most powerful family, with exclusive access to their grand residence, the Pitti Palace.
  • See iconic works by Raphael, Pietro Perugino, and Riminaldi, housed in the opulent Palatine Gallery, alongside captivating frescoes.
  • Escape the crowds on a stroll through the Boboli Gardens, once a playground of Medici nobles. Be sure to look for hidden grottos!
  • A small group tour means personalized attention and ample time to ask questions, ensuring an enriching and interactive experience.

Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery & Boboli Gardens with entry
  • Expert English-speaking guide
  • Headsets for groups of 3+
  • Tip: Head to Piazzale Michelangelo, a short walk from Pitti Palace, for panoramic views of Florence bathed in the golden hues of the setting sun.
  • Safety is a priority so this experience is restricted for guests under the age of 5 years and over the age of 80 years.
  • Nobody likes a crowd. A single group has a maximum of 12 people.
  • Keep in mind food & beverages are not allowed in the exhibition areas.
  • Mobile phones must be turned off or at least placed in silent mode.
  • It is forbidden to run or walk barefoot in the museum premises.
  • Shutterbugs, take note: Photography with any professional equipment including the use of flash and drones is a no-go inside the venue.
  • Pets cannot tag along for this experience, with the exception of guide dogs and service animals, properly leashed and with a public medical certificate.
  • From the square, the slope to the entrance of the Pitti Palace is rather steep (with a maximum gradient of 20%), so a companion is recommended for wheelchair users.
  • From the courtyard, you can take the stairs or lifts to access the Palatine Gallery (1st floor). The lifts are located on the right side near the cloakroom.
  • The entire Boboli Gardens area is pedestrianized, and is not accessible by vehicle; if you have a disability badge, you can park nearby.
  • Facilities: free cloakroom storage.
  • Backpacks, bags, umbrellas and other large objects must be stored in the cloakroom prior to entry.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
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Combo (Save 9%): Florence Cathedral + Pitti Palace & Boboli Gardens Tickets

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  • Uncover 2 distinct legacies in Florence with tickets to Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral and the Medici wonders, Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens!
  • Visit the cathedral complex over 3 days, including the Opera Museum and St. John’s Baptistery. Upgrade to scale Brunelleschi’s Dome and Giotto’s Bell Tower.
  • Set foot into the former regal residence Pitti Palace, exploring the museums and Royal Apartments. Also enjoy the serene Bardini Gardens!
  • See dramatic mythic battles like Apollo flaying Marsyas by Giovanni Bilivert to coy portraits like Painting and Poetry by Francesco Furini at Palatine Gallery.
  • The serene Boboli Gardens invites you to an intricately planned set of symmetrical woods, hidden caves, and sculptures.
  • Uncover 2 distinct legacies in Florence with tickets to Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral and the Medici wonders, Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens!
  • Visit the cathedral complex over 3 days, including the Opera Museum and St. John’s Baptistery. Upgrade to scale Brunelleschi’s Dome and Giotto’s Bell Tower.
  • Set foot into the former regal residence Pitti Palace, exploring the museums and Royal Apartments. Also enjoy the serene Bardini Gardens!
  • See dramatic mythic battles like Apollo flaying Marsyas by Giovanni Bilivert to coy portraits like Painting and Poetry by Francesco Furini at Palatine Gallery.
  • The serene Boboli Gardens invites you to an intricately planned set of symmetrical woods, hidden caves, and sculptures.

Inclusions

Florence Cathedral

  • Entry to Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral
  • Entry to the Crypt of Santa Reparata
  • Entry to Opera del Duomo Museum & St. John's Baptistery
  • Entry to Brunelleschi's Dome (optional)
  • Entry to Giotto's Bell Tower (optional)

Pitti Palace, Palatine Gallery & Boboli Gardens

  • Skip-the-line entry to Pitti Palace
  • Skip-the-line entry to Boboli Gardens
  • Access to Palatine Gallery
  • Access to Bardini Gardens
  • Access to Porcelain Museum

Florence Cathedral

  • Tip: Check out the Pietà sculpture by Michelangelo at the Opera del Duomo Museum.
  • Strict dress code: Clothing that covers the knees and shoulders. Sandals, headgear, and sunglasses are also not allowed.
  • The Dome & Bell Tower are not accessible for wheelchair users, guests with mobility issues, back problems, or heart conditions.
  • Please note that there are 463 steps to the top of the Dome, and 414 steps to the top of Giotto's Bell Tower, with no elevator access.
  • The Opera Museum, Bell Tower, and Baptistery all have flexible entry. You'll be able to visit these sites within 72 hours of first use.
  • Dome access is timed and must be visited on the date & time selected during checkout.

Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens

  • Tip: Watch out for the Isolotto at Boboli Gardens, an oval-shaped island in the middle of a pond, featuring fountains, statues and citrus trees!
  • Keep in mind food & beverages are not allowed in the exhibition areas.
  • Mobile phones must be turned off or at least placed in silent mode.
  • It is forbidden to run or walk barefoot in the museum premises.
  • Shutterbugs, take note: Photography with any professional equipment including the use of flash and drones is a no-go inside the venue.
  • Pets cannot tag along for this experience, with the exception of guide dogs and service animals, properly leashed and with a public medical certificate.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
Boboli Gardens Palazzo Pitti

The Legacy of Medici: Exploring Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace

Nestled in the heart of Florence, the Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace stand as testaments to the splendor and artistry of the Renaissance era, sharing a history that dates back to the 16th century. The powerful and influential Medici family envisioned the Boboli Gardens as an impressive addition to the Pitti Palace, showcasing their status and taste. This garden, filled with stunning sculptures, fountains, and well-kept lawns, offers breathtaking views of Florence, creating a peaceful contrast to the grandeur of the palace.

The connection between the palace and its gardens sheds light on the Medici's love for art and beauty, mirroring the Renaissance ideals of balance, nature, and innovation.

Palazzo Pitti | Quick facts

Palazzo Pitti | Quick facts
  • Address: Piazza de' Pitti, 1, 50125 Firenze FI, Italy
  • Year opened: 1458
  • Founder: Luca Pitti, a wealthy Florentine banker
  • Architectural style: Renaissance
  • Architect: Filippo Brunelleschi is credited for the initial design, though completed by others like Bartolomeo Ammannati
  • Size: Approximately 32,000 square meters
  • Galleries: Palatine Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Costume Gallery, Silver Museum, and more
  • Notable features: Home to a vast collection of Renaissance masterpieces, luxurious royal apartments, and the historically significant Boboli Gardens
  • Historical significance: Served as the main residence for the ruling families of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany, including the Medici, Habsburg-Lorraine, and Savoy families
  • Current use: A museum complex showcasing art, costumes, jewelry, and historical artifacts.

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Brief history of Palazzo Pitti

  • 1458: Construction of Palazzo Pitti begins under the ownership of Luca Pitti, a Florentine merchant, as his private residence.
  • 1473: Luca Pitti passes away, leaving Filippo Brunelleschi's project unfinished, with the building having three large doors and a double row of seven windows on the facade.
  • 1549: Eleonora of Toledo, wife of Cosimo I de’ Medici, purchases the palace, transforming it into a ceremonial residence for the nascent Grand Duchy.
  • Late 16th Century: Bartolomeo Ammannati, the Grand Duke's favorite architect, extends the main front and rear sections of the palace and creates the magnificent Italian Boboli Gardens behind it.
  • 17th Century: The two front wings of the Palace are built with porticos and terraces under the Hapsburg-Lorraine family, tripling the original size of the square.
  • 1860-1871: During Florence's brief period as the capital of Italy, Pitti Palace serves as the royal residence under King Victor Emmanuel II.
  • 1919: Victor Emmanuel III donates Pitti Palace, the square, and the Boboli Gardens to the Italian State.
  • Present Day: The Palace houses the Treasury of the Grand Dukes, the Palatine Gallery, Royal and Imperial Apartments, the Gallery of Modern Art, and the Museum of Costume and Fashion, continuing to be a significant cultural heritage site.

Pitti Palace architecture

Pitti Palace architecture

The architecture of Pitti Palace is a masterpiece of the Renaissance style, characterized by its grand scale, symmetry, and classical elements. Initially, the design, possibly by Filippo Brunelleschi but debated among historians, aimed to outshine the Medici's residence, reflecting Luca Pitti's ambition. The palace’s facade with its rusticated stone, arched windows and repetitive geometric patterns, gives it a fortress-like appearance.

After being acquired by the Medici family in 1549, the palace expanded under architect Bartolomeo Ammannati, who added the grand courtyard and created the Boboli Gardens. Rennovations in the late 16th and 17th centuries, introduced the Baroque interiors, in the form of rich frescoes, stucco, and elaborate ceiling paintings to the palace’s rooms. The Palatine Gallery, located on the first floor, is a prime example of this Baroque interior.

Today, the Pitti Palace, as a museum complex, showcases an evolving history of architectural styles from its original Renaissance core to the later Baroque and Neoclassical additions.

Frequently asked questions about Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace tickets

Do tickets for Boboli Gardens include entry to Pitti Palace?

Yes, most of our Boboli Gardens tickets do include access to Pitti Palace. While there's an option for you to separate tickets, but most people usually go for combo deals for a seamless visit at a better value.

Is there any benefit to getting a combo Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace tickets?

Opting for a combo ticket for Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace is a smart move for a few reasons. First off, it's super convenient – you get to visit both incredible spots with just one ticket. Plus, you'll save some cash compared to buying separate tickets. But most importantly, it's a fantastic way to dive into the intertwined history and charm of these iconic landmarks all in one go. So why not make the most of your visit and snag that combo ticket? You won't regret it!

What is included in my Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace ticket?

Apart from including access to both the Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace the tickets typically includes access to other associated museums or galleries like the Porcelain Museum, Palatine Gallery and Bardini Gardens. It may also grant you access to special exhibitions or temporary installations, depending on availability.

Are combo tickets cheaper as compared to separate tickets for Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace?

Yes, combo tickets for Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace are usually cheaper compared to buying separate tickets for each attraction. There's typically an easy €4-5 price difference between the two options. This makes them a great value option for visitors looking to explore both places while saving some money.

Are there any discounts available for tickets?

Yes, discounts are available for certain groups. For example, entry is free for visitors with disability and children under 18 years. Also, residents of Florence are eligible for free or discounted admission.

Are guided tours available for Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace?

Yes, guided tours are offered for both Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace. These tours provide insightful commentary and allow visitors to explore the attractions in more detail.

Can I visit Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace on the same day?

Yes, it is possible to cover both attractions on the same day, especially with combined tickets. However, be sure to allocate enough time to fully explore each attraction. We recommend planning your visit for at least a half day to enjoy a complete experience at both places.

Are there any dining options available at Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace?

Yes, there is a cafeteria located in Pitti Palace on the right side of the court. It operates with varying closing times: from September to May, it closes at 7 pm, and from June to August, it closes at 8 pm.

What should I bring with me when visiting Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace?

When visiting Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace, it's essential to bring comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing, as both attractions feature extensive outdoor areas. Don't forget to bring sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses, especially during sunny days. It's also a good idea to carry a water bottle to stay hydrated while exploring the gardens and palace. Lastly, bring a camera or smartphone to capture the beautiful surroundings and memorable moments during your visit.

Is there a recommended time of day to avoid crowds?

Yes, visiting Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace early in the morning or later in the afternoon is generally recommended to avoid crowds and enjoy a more peaceful experience.

Are there any nearby attractions or points of interest within walking distance of Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace?

Absolutely! Besides strolling through the beautiful Boboli Gardens and exploring the grand Pitti Palace, there's a treasure trove of attractions just a stone's throw away. Picture yourself wandering across the iconic Ponte Vecchio, peeking into its quaint shops, or getting lost in the artistic wonders of the Uffizi Gallery. Dive into the lively atmosphere of Piazza della Signoria, where captivating sculptures await your admiration. And let's not forget the breathtaking Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (Duomo) and the bustling Mercato di San Lorenzo. With spots like the Galleria dell'Accademia, Palazzo Vecchio, and Basilica di Santo Spirito nearby, your adventure in Florence is bound to be unforgettable!