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Ponte Vecchio - Corridoio Vasariano

The Vasari Corridor
The Corridor was built for Grand Duke Cosimo I in 1565 to connect the Uffizi Palace and the Pitti Palace. The architect of the court, Giorgio Vasari, designed this extraordinary ‘aerial’ itinerary: exiting the Uffizi, it  passes on the 14th century shops of the Ponte Vecchio, it crosses the via de’ Bardi, overlooks the church of Santa Felicita and enters the Boboli Gardens.
For the Medici the Corridor was a safe indoor path, far from the crowded streets, used every time they had to go on foot from one palace to the other. Today the Corridor is a section of the Uffizi Gallery, normally not open to the public: it displays Seicento and Settecento paintings and the largest collection on the world of self portraits, started in 1664 by Cardinal Leopoldo de’ Medici. 


The Vasari Corridor tour

Looking for a truly unique experience in Florence? The Vasari Corridor is one of the hidden treasures of the city also because access to the Corridor is difficult to obtain. Feel like the Grand Duke on this walk, from his private display of artworks on the top-floor of the Uffizi, along the corridor built by Vasari, crossing the Arno River along an aerial hidden passage over the Ponte Vecchio, you can reach the Pitti Palace and the Boboli gardens. Find out why the Corridor was built and what its purpose was. 

Book your Tour to the Vasari Corridor!



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The ticket price is composed of the entrance price (depends on the museum and on the ticket category), the pre-reservation (3,00/4,00 €), the booking online fee (2,00/4,00 €). 


Children under 6 years of age enter free. No ticket/reservation needed.

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