Duomo Florence is now reopened and welcoming visitors.

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Climb up to the top of the Brunelleschi’s Dome and Giotto’s Bell Tower. Visit the Baptistery of St. John and The Opera del Duomo Museum in Florence. Book your Duomo Florence Tickets and explore beyond the Cathedral!

Free Cancellation
Change of plans? No problem. Cancel up to 24 hours before your activity starts for a full refund.


Duomo Standard Ticket

The Duomo standard tickets for the following are: 

  1. Cathedral is € 19 
  2. Rooftop is a fast-track access by lift is € 25 and by stairs is € 22.
  3. The archaeological area is free
  4. Duomo Museum Florence is € 5

Skip The Line Tickets 

You can skip the incredibly long lines and step inside one of the biggest and most famous churches in Italy. The Cathedral is the largest brick made dome in medieval Europe and the fourth largest in all of Europe in the present day. In addition, it’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A skip-the-line duomo tour will cost you € 39.

Climb up to Dome Ticket

After you are done exploring the Duomo cathedral from inside and out, all you need to do now is to climb to the top of the cupola to complete the experience. For this, you need to climb its 463 steps to get an extraordinary view of Florence. 

Guided Tour

Guided tours for individual and predefined group visitors are prepared to make them discover the Historical Complex in its entirety. This includes the Cathedral, the Rooftops, the Archaeological Area, the Museum, and more. Take advantage of queue-jump tickets and make last-minute bookings if needed. 

  • General Admission Ticket: Regular entry Florence Cathedral ticket.
  • Full Access Ticket: Entrance + Climb Duomo Florence ticket.
  • Florence Duomo Guided Tour: Full access ticket with professional guidance included.

*Access to the Baptistery, Bell Tower, and Crypt is included in all tickets.

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  • Infants (0-5 y.o.): Free entrance.
  • Children (6-11 y.o.): General Admission tickets from €10.
  • Adults (12+ y.o.): General Admission tickets from €25.
  • Florence Dome Climb Priority Entrance Tour: €39.


  • Book Ahead – Whether you are booking Entrance Tickets or Duomo Tour, make sure to do it in advance. Due to ongoing Covid-19 pandemic we highly recommend you to reserve tickets for Florence’s Cathedral ahead of time, and secure your place.
  • Your ticket allows you to access all the monuments in Piazza del Duomo within 72 hours of visiting the first one.
  • Complete your experience! Add more to your trip with Duomo Florence Tour Packages, including the Accademia Gallery and Uffizi Gallery.


  • Easy Return Policy: The advantage of booking Duomo Florence Tickets online is that you have the right to cancel your reservation and get a full refund.
  • Instant Confirmation: Once you book your Duomo tickets you’ll receive a confirmation email with your voucher.
  • Mobile Voucher: You can show the voucher on your smartphone. No printed ticket is required.
  • Last Minute Ticket Availability: You just decided to visit the Duomo? No worries, we offer a selection of last-minute tickets so you don’t miss it.
  • Skip The Line Duomo Florence Ticket: Fast track access to the Florence Cathedral guaranteed.


  • Covid-19 Safety Measures Applied
  • Scale all 463 steps and admire the panoramic view of Florence from the top of Brunelleschi’s cupola.
  • Marvel at the Duomo clock above the main door of Cathedral. The clock, in fact, has only one hand and works on the ora Italica (Italian time).
  • Walk around the Piazza Del Duomo and glance at the three top attractions: Giotto’s Bell Tower, the Baptistery of San Giovanni Battista, and the Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore.
  • Climb up to the top of Giotto’s bell tower. Gain a different perspective of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and the red-tiled rooftops.
  • Look up to the paintings in the Florence Baptistery mosaic ceiling. These gorgeous gold mosaics portray multiple scenes from the Bible.
  • Explore Palazzo Vecchio and its carved wooden inscriptions, beautiful frescoes, and the antique furniture collection.


Florence, the capital of the Tuscany region, is well known for its art and culture. In fact, Il Duomo Florence (like Italians call it) is home to the most precious works of art in the world. From Dante Before the City of Florence by Domenico di Michelino to Giorgio Vasari’s Last Judgment, remarkable frescoes are all around the Cathedral’s interior.

The Florence Cathedral stands out over the cathedral square for its magnificent Renaissance dome designed by Filippo Brunelleschi. Built-in the 13th century, a mix of white, pink and green marble covers the gothic style facade. Discover all the history on a Duomo Florence Tour! A licensed guide will take you around and to the top of the cupula, to admire the impressive city views from Duomo Florence.

  • Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore

The Florence Cathedral or the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore is the main cathedral of Florence, Italy. Its Gothic style construction began in 1296 and was structurally completed by 1436, with the dome engineered by Filippo Brunelleschi. On the outside, the basilica is faced with polychrome marble panels in various shades of pink and green, and are bordered by white. It has an elaborate 19th-century Gothic Revival façade designed by Emilio De Fabris.

  • Brunelleschi’s Dome

In 1418, there was a public competition announced and held by the Opera del Duomo. It was for the purpose of construction of the dome with a hefty prize of fame and 200 gold florins. Top architects flocked to Florence to present their ideas but ultimately the Opera del Duomo chose Filippo Brunelleschi to be the superintendent of the cupola project. 

  • Crypt of Santa Reparata

The Crypt of Santa Reparata is a small crypt beneath a cathedral with tombs of notable figures and floors made of patterned mosaics. Being the former cathedral of Florence, Italy, Santa Reparata gets its name from an early virgin martyr who is the co-patron saint of Florence. The Florence Cathedral was actually constructed over it. Its construction was intended to celebrate the victory over Radagaisus on the day of S. Reparata. This happened during the reign of Emperor Honorius (395 – 423).

  • Baptistry of San Giovanni

The Baptistery of San Giovanni is one of the most important religious buildings in Florence. Dedicated to his patron saint, John the Baptist, it is a characteristic example of the Tuscan Romanesque style, dating all the way back to the 11th century. Although it was initially intended for the liturgical function of baptism, it also acted as the city’s Cathedral in the 11th century.


Address: Piazza del Duomo, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy


  • Opening Hours 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
  • The tour will be in English language
  • You’ll find a lot of tourists from April to October on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.


  • Duomo Florence dress code – Visitors for the Duomo are NOT allowed to enter with shorts or sleeveless tops.
  • Wheelchair accessible – The special entrance for the physically disabled is near Giotto’s Bell Tower.
  • Plan Accordingly – The Duomo cathedral is closed during the Sunday morning service and public holidays. Florence cathedral opening hours on weekdays and Saturday are from 10am to 5pm.
  • Security Control – In order to enter the church, you must pass through the metal detector in the security checkpoint.
  • Comfortable Shoes – When climbing the Duomo you’ll encounter some steep and narrow areas. For this reason, appropriate footwear is recommended.


Uffizi Gallery

The Uffizi Gallery is a prominent art museum located in the Historic Centre of Florence and is one of the most visited and important Italian museums. It is best known for holding a collection of priceless works, mostly from the period of the Italian Renaissance.

Accademia Gallery

The Accademia Gallery or the Galleria dell’Accademia di Firenze is an art museum located in Florence, Italy. Best known as the home of Michelangelo’s sculpture David, it houses Michelangelo’s sculptures and a large collection of Florentine paintings, mostly from the late Renaissance period of 1300 – 1600. 

Statue of David

David, created in marble between 1501 and 1504 by the Italian maestro Michelangelo is a masterpiece of the Renaissance. It is a 5.17-metre marble statue of David, a Biblical figure and subject that was most favoured in the art of Florence.


If you only want to see the cathedral then no, but you won’t be able to access the cupula or any other monuments around Piazza del Duomo.

You might be wondering where to buy tickets for duomo Florence, well, the answer is online or at the ticket office. Online booking of the cathedral of Florence is the most convenient option to avoid long queues and secure your entry.

The cathedral itself is free, though to climb the dome you must buy a ticket. Besides, when you buy Duomo Florence Tickets you gain access to the crypt, the baptistery, and the campanile.

  • Adults (from 11 years old) tickets start from 25€.
  • Children from 6 to 11 years old have the benefit of Duomo Florence reduced tickets.

Absolutely! While the gothic marble facade is fascinating, the interior will make your jaw drop. Admire the frescoes, such as The Last Judgment by Giorgio Vasari, throughout the cathedral. Glare at the 44 stained glass windows that illuminate the central part of the church. And make sure to look for the liturgical clock (created by Paolo Uccello) above the main entrance.

There is so much more to discover inside, book you Duomo Firenze tickets and see it for yourself!

Climbing the Florence Duomo may take from 15 up to 30 minutes. It will depend on how crowded the stairway is because you’ll have to wait for the other visitors going down. After 463 steps, you finally make it to the top, and it’s all worth it. Not only you will see the extraordinary views of the city, but you will admire the Last Judgment frescoes up close!

  • If you suffer from vertigo or claustrophobia, then the climb up to the dome might not be for you.

By buying the Duomo complex ticket you can climb to the top of the Dome. Ask for a reservation to climb the Dome as they give you a date and time slot to show up at the Dome entrance.

Giorgio Vasari, the genius artist, is responsible for the biggest artwork within the cathedral – the Last Judgment (1572-9). Although they were designed by Vasari, they were painted mostly by his student Federico Zuccari by 1579.

The Duomo of Florence or Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore is especially important because of three unique features that helped spark the Italian Renaissance and inspired great artists and engineers all across Europe.

Make sure to come in comfortable shoes as the Duomo climb culminates for 463 steps through some fairly steep staircases and narrow winding corridors.

Yes. As the Duomo is accepting only online reservations now, so make sure to book your Florence Duomo tickets online.

A visit to the Duomo does not only include the Cathedral, but is made of several other components. Areas like Brunelleschi’s Dome, the Baptistery of San Giovanni, Giotto’s Bell Tower, the Opera Museum, and the Crypt of Santa Reparata are also among the main highlights of the tour. For this you need the standard ticket. Only the entrance into the Cathedral is free.

Yes. You can enjoy priority access with your skip-the-line ticket and head straight inside the Duomo avoiding the bustling crowds.

The most affordable and easiest way to skip the line for the Duomo is to buy your entrance tickets online. As most of the queue is for the ticket office, purchasing tickets in advance will cut your waiting time in half.

It is highly recommended that you pre-reserve your ticket as Dome climb time slots fill up days in advance. This ticket covers the Baptistery, Duomo Museum, Campanile, and Santa Reparata crypt.


Duomo Florence is now reopened and welcoming visitors.