Medieval Group excursion following Dan Brown's "Inferno"

Medieval Group tour following Dan Brown's "Inferno"

3 h
Walking Tours
difficulty Very easy
Wheelchair Not Accessible
Best reviews

Excellent choice to see the highlights of Florence in a day!

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Group on the locations of Dan Brown's "inferno" and medieval tour

Join us and discover the mysterious world created by Dan Brown in his best-seller "Inferno". We will follow a unique itinerary in Florence, discovering hidden secrets and symbols. See the city as never before with our exclusive Dan Brown's INFERNO - Medieval Florence tour.

Medieval Group excursion following Dan Brown's "Inferno" highlights: 

  • Follow the dark and captivating intrigue of Dan Brown's Inferno in this Medieval Florence tour.
  • Discover the mysteries and secrets behind the most important attractions of Florence
  • An unusual and rewarding walking tour of Florence, developed around the book of Dan Brown, "Inferno"
  • Learn more about the beauties of Florence and about its rich history
  • Professional guide will show you the most unbelievable things about Florence

Get ready for the ultimate mystery tour of Florence, Secrets, and revelations at the exciting sites described in Dan Brown's thrilling novel, Inferno, strolling through the darkest side of Florence: the Medieval town.Symbols revealed, a magical atmosphere of mystery and suspense! All this and more on our unique tour of Florence that will introduce you to the sites described by Dan Brown in his book and seen in Tom Hanks' movie: Inferno.

Explore Florence in the footsteps of Dan Brown's Inferno

Our charismatic guide will entertain you through an intriguing path of mind-blowing details, anecdotes, and clue-filled history that will reveal all the most important sights and locations that professor Robert Langdon visited in the Brownian dark masterpiece. This Half Day walking tour will introduce you to Dante and his Divine Comedy; the guide will focus on Botticelli's painting entitled Inferno and will include an in-depth description of the connection this has with Dante and the history of the Divine Comedy.You will focus on the Medieval part of Florence, with its tower houses, narrow streets, dark mysteries.

Visit some of the best attractions in Florence

The tour will then include the visit to the Baptistery, the Paradise Gates and the Florence Cathedral (if accessible) where you will be enlightened with the knowledge of the symbols and codes as described in the book.The highlight of the tour will be at Palazzo Vecchio, Townhall of Florence where faith and science join together with breathless revelations. This will lead the way through the beautiful "Salone dei 500" and the Museum of Palazzo Vecchio. This unique building as described by Dan Brown as, "A giant chess piece that has become an inimitable symbol of Florence". (cit. Dan Browns' Inferno) - At Palazzo Vecchio, we will admire the Hall of Geographical Maps, the Capriate, the balconies and Dante's Death Mask.

A tour to explore Florence from a different point of view 

This is a great tour that will allow you to learn more about art and the rich history of Florence while learning about its protagonists of the past, such as Dante, Botticelli, Michelangelo and Giorgio Vasari through the lens of mystery and symbology."Seek and You Shall Find".An interesting Florence City GuideBook will be our present to give you fresh suggestions and make your stay in Florence and Tuscany even more memorable.

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You might also be interested in an exclusive Private Tour of Florence in the footsteps of Dan Brown's "Inferno". Or if you want to live Florence to its fullest don't miss our Dan Brown's Inferno Full Day Tour.

  • Palazzo Vecchio
  • Florence Cathedral
  • Baptistery
  • Guided Walking tour through the Medieval town.
  • Florence Duomo and Baptistery Entrance (skip the line)
  • Palazzo Vecchio Entrance
  • Hall of Geographical Maps and Dante's death mask
  • Licensed English speaking Guide
  • Espresso Coffee or Cappuccino
  • Florence City GuideBook
  • The opportunity to visit other locations of the Great Museum of Duomo Opera in the next 48h.
  • Tips (optional)
Meeting point: 

Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.


This tour is free for children 0-5 years old. For children 6-12 there is a 50% discount.
We suggest you wear comfortable shoes and clothes. A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums
In summer, we suggest you bring a bottle of water and solar protection.
Please note that due to the possibility of some of the halls of Palazzo Vecchio, the Duomo or Baptistery being closed for institutional events, the itinerary of the tour may sometimes undergo some minor changes

Confirmation will be received at time of booking. You will receive a voucher. This is your ticket and proof of purchase.

Reviews of Medieval Group tour following Dan Brown'...

Reviewed by bhardwajhimangi from India

Beautiful Florence....great tour

I took this relatively expensive tour under Giulia's expert guidance last week and was certainly impressed! She is a brilliant guide and knows the Medicis as well as her art inside out and she made the Uffizi Gallery so much fun! The walk through Vasari corridor was impressive and information packed and to know the interesting historical anecdotes was certainly enriching. Giulia knows so much and adds so much humor and excitement to the walk that you end up feeling it is indeed value for money. The walk is from Uffizi to Palazzo Pitti through the Vasari Corridor and all you Dan Brown lovers will love it!
Reviewed by Miley6 from Regno Unito

Excellent choice to see the highlights of Florence in a day

We booked the Dan Brown Inferno tour in the morning and the Vasari Corridor and Uffizi tour in the same afternoon..... Vanessa our tour guide for both was just fascinating and very engaging with the whole group. We took our two 12 year old daughters and they were not looking forward to the day (being more interested in fashion than art) but they were captivated by her the entire day and made our enjoyment complete. Please thank her again directly And look forward to another tour next time we visit.
Reviewed by Waimai from Cina

Fantastic Florence

Florence is an absolutely fabulous place to wander about for several days. The climbs to the top of the church tower, bell tower, and nearby hill give fabulous views and are well worth while.Florence is a place that grabs you and allows you to steep yourself in the local culture.
Reviewed by expatDubai from Emirati Arabi Uniti

Amazing city!

We thoroughly enjoyed our day tour to Florence. Amazing historical buildings, squares, streets and alleys to walk around and explore. Piazza del Duomo, Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio and the beautiful bridge Ponte Vecchio with its old houses. Fortunately this bridge was spared when the Nazis bombed the city. We only wished we would have had more time here!