Vasari Corridor entrance ticket
The Vasari Corridor entrance ticket allows access to one of the most exclusive places in the museum world: a path suspended in time and space in which walked the richest and most powerful men in all history. The entrance to the hall is located inside the Uffizi Gallery, while the exit is in the Boboli Gardens next to the Cave of Buontalenti.
How to get there: Florence, Piazzale degli Uffizi
Bus: from the Amerigo Vespucci airport, with the VOLA IN BUS shuttle to the Santa Maria Novella station; near Santa Maria Novella train station, Line 23.
Car: Santa Maria Novella train station parking lot.
Train: Santa Maria Novella train station.
On foot: about 10 minutes from the station, through the historic center of the city.
The Vasari Corridor is usually closed, it opens on request and can be visited only if you are accompanied by a tour guide.
The Vasari Corridor is not accessible to wheelchair users.
In the Uffizi Gallery there are three bookshops, two at the entrance and one at the exit. One at the library entrance is specialized publications in art history. In the other two are on sale as well as guides in different languages (Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Russian), items inspired by the works of the Gallery.
The Gallery also provides the free cloakroom service (located near the entrance) it is mandatory deposit with umbrellas, large backpacks, bulky bags.
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