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Florence: museum a la carte schedules

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In eurocheapo I have found this last improvement when visiting museums as crowded as those of Florence.

I still remember when I visited the city in 2001 - it has already rained, and more here in Dublin - and I had to endure the long lines to visit its beautiful and famous museums.

The website “Museio Fiorentino Polo”- official website that brings together 20 museums in the city, including the one of the Uffizi, the Accademia, he Pitti Palace and that of the Chapel of the Medici among others - now gives you the opportunity to avoid all those waiting times. In addition, the website offers virtual tours in museums, information on upcoming exhibitions, Schedule opening and locations on maps

However, among all these services, the flagship product is the one that allows you Reserve Your own entrance schedule.

He process It's simple: you choose the museum you want to miss, the date and time you would like to enter (in the Uffizi, for example, you must choose 15-minute intervals). Then you register, you pay the entrance with your credit card - they are charged 3 euros additional - and they will send you a confirmation email. You will only have to take this email with you when you arrive at the museum and go directly to the “reserved tickets in advance” window. Of course, arrive on time or you will have to queue !.

Yes, it's 3 euros, but if it's a unique opportunity to visit the wonderful Florence and you don't want to lose half a day queuing to see just a couple of museums, it might be worth it. In addition, there are more museums that allow you to buy tickets online and the service fee is usually more expensive.

He David by Michelangelo Wait for your reservation, let's go!

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