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All reviews bell tower worth the climb catch your breath beautiful tower narrow staircase different levels duomo dome tough climb no elevator coming down worth the effort views are amazing great view of florence take your time buy a ticket firenze card queue
With 414 steps to the top. It’s well worth the visit. Buy your ticket from the museum before you join the queue. Generally an hour queue in the morning, but much shorter after 3:00pm when the hoards are leaving town. The climb is not for...More
One of the shorter queues at the Duomo during my visit, and definitely worth it.
Views are split across many levels, so make sure you go right to the top. This also gives you a chance to catch your breath whilst enjoying the views at...More
I the "Doors of Paradise" are not enough for you, just turn around and marvel at the Cathedral and the Campanile. Giotto was 67 years old when he designed it and began construction in 1332. Following Arnolfo dl Cambio's design for the Cathedral the campanile...More
It stands at 278 feet tall (give or take an inch or two) and is a 1359 Gothic beauty. The geometric patterns complement the Baptistry and the Cathedral in the Plaza del Duomo complex. There are 7 bells in the tower and the oldest was...More
This is an excellent tower climb and a good way to get the blood pumping again after standing in the queue. The climb is in several stages, with information and artefacts to look at on every level. The view from the top is excellent, equally...More
The climb to the top of the Campanile is a few steps shorter than the Cupola. You won't get to see the art of the Dome unless you do the Cupola climb too, but you can often do this with minimal waiting (no pre-reserved time...More
San Lorenzo’s lively merchants shout out from behind stalls with an array of products in one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Florence. Different ethnic groups join together in the large outdoor market of San Lorenzo and in the Central Market, a vast multi-floored building. Visitors are bound to fall in love with this area and in particular, with its variety of food, especially those focusing on
Florentine dishes as well as international selections. Nobody leaves San Lorenzo without a shopping bag in hand or with an empty stomach.
Response from elona84shima | Reviewed this property |
I have climbed it, and none will forbid you to take it with you, but i suggest you to climb it without the daypack because you have nearly 1000 stairs to climb. Hope you enjoy Florence. It's a wonderful city.😊
yes there is a wiry mesh but you can take pictures without a wiry mesh. Moreover the view of the dome is incredible and since you dont get to see the dome from anywhere else, I would say climb both, first the bell tower and... More
yes there is a wiry mesh but you can take pictures without a wiry mesh. Moreover the view of the dome is incredible and since you dont get to see the dome from anywhere else, I would say climb both, first the bell tower and then the dome. You can also do it on two different days as the ticket is valid for 48 hours.