Duomo Florence Tickets

32 €

Duomo Florence Tickets

32 €

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General information about the Duomo of Florence pass

You can use your cell phone to view the entries
With this ticket you will have an assigned entrance time to the Museum
You will receive an email confirmation of your visit in less than 2 minutes
The entire Duomo Complex is accessible to people with reduced mobility

Enjoy Duomo Firenze

The Ghiberti Pass is your golden ticket to explore three magnificent monuments without any strenuous climbs. Let’s take a captivating journey through time: Step into the ancient origins of Christianity at the Baptistery of San Giovanni, immerse yourself in art and history at the Opera del Duomo Museum, and travel through centuries beneath the current cathedral at the Ancient Basilica of Santa Reparata. No need to climb—just absorb the rich tapestry of the past.

What is included in Duomo Florence Tickets

Additional information on the Duomo of Florence entrance ticket

The Duomo of Florence is an architectural marvel that epitomizes the grandeur of the Renaissance. Its pink, green, and white marble façade, along with the iconic dome, makes it one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. The cathedral not only serves as a place of worship but also stands as a symbol of Florence’s rich cultural and historical heritage.

Similarly, the glass pyramid entrance is supremely majestic, allowing visitors to enter a world they’ve never seen before and lauding the wonders of the world’s art history. From the Mona Lisa to the Sphinx, the Louvre does not disappoint.

Ghiberti Pass is designed to provide you with an all-inclusive experience of the Duomo Complex. Access to three incredible landmarks: the historic basilica of Santa Reparata, the Opera del Duomo Museum, and the Baptistery of San Giovanni, without waiting in long lines!

It includes most of the must see in Florence sites, here’s the list:

  • Cathedral Entry: Gain access to the magnificent interior of the Duomo, where you can admire its stunning frescoes, intricate marble floors, and awe-inspiring architecture.
  • Baptistery of San Giovanni: Visit the historic baptistery, renowned for its stunning bronze doors, known as the Gates of Paradise, and beautiful mosaics.
  • Opera del Duomo Museum: Explore the museum that houses original artworks and artifacts from the cathedral, providing deep insights into the history and artistry of the Duomo.
  • Santa Reparata: Discover the archaeological remains of the ancient Basilica of Santa Reparata, located beneath the current cathedral, showcasing early Christian mosaics and tombs.
  • Cathedral: Monday to Saturday, 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM; Sunday, 1:30 PM – 4:45 PM
  • Dome: Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM – 7:00 PM; Saturday, 8:30 AM – 5:40 PM; Sunday, closed
  • Campanile: Daily, 8:15 AM – 7:45 PM
  • Baptistery: Monday to Friday, 8:15 AM – 10:15 AM & 11:15 AM – 7:30 PM; Sunday, 8:15 AM – 1:30 PM
  • Museum: Daily, 9:00 AM – 7:45 PM
  • Present your Ghiberti Pass at any entry point within the Duomo Complex.
  • Carry a valid ID for verification purposes.
  • Follow the marked pathways and respect the site’s regulations to ensure a smooth and enjoyable visit.
  • Arrive early to beat the crowds, especially during peak tourist seasons.
  • Wear comfortable shoes, as you will be climbing many steps in the dome and campanile.
  • Start your visit with the Opera del Duomo Museum to gain context about the cathedral and its artworks.
  • Take your time to enjoy the breathtaking views from the dome and campanile.
It is currently not possible to make any cancellations or ticket changes. For further information and assistance please contact [email protected]

How to arrive to the Duomo

The Duomo is centrally located in Piazza del Duomo, easily accessible by walking from most central Florence locations. For those using public transportation, the Duomo is near several bus stops and a short walk from the Firenze Santa Maria Novella train station.

Getting to Duomo Florence by Public Transportation


  • Take tram lines T1 or T2 and alight at the Unita station.
  • Travel time: Around 17 minutes
  • Nearest tram station: Santa Maria Novella
  • Timing: Trams operate every 10 minutes from 5:30 am to midnight.
  • The Cathedral is about 500 meters away from the station.


  • Bus lines: C1, C2, C3, 6A, 6B, 11, 14, 23, and 23N
  • Nearest bus stations: Proconsolo (4 minutes), Santa Maria Maggiore (4 minutes), Vecchietti (4 minutes), Pucci Duomo (5 minutes)
  • Timing: Buses run approximately every 15 minutes from 6 am to 10 pm.
  • Travel time: Varies based on the line and traffic conditions
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