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Visiting Galleria dell'Accademia Florence

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Academia Gallery, located in Florence, Italy is one of the most famous and popular art galleries in the world. It showcases priceless and most precious sculptures and painting from ancient times, majorly influenced by Italian renaissance. This gallery houses world famous and magnificent marble sculpture ‘David’ by Michelangelo. This 14 feet high statue was built in around 1501-1504. The gallery also provides opportunities to growing artists to showcase their talent and work under famous painters. Accademia is one of the most popular tourist attraction in Italy. Most of the artworks are gifted to this gallery by last Medici, from Medici Family. The family donated their valuable artworks and sculptures. Gallery has been divided into many parts and each of them holds different art secrets to surprise its visitor.

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Learn the meaning of art at Accademia Gallery

Learn the meaning of art at Accademia Gallery

Uffizi Gallery

Uffizi Gallery

Uffizi Gallery is another beautiful art gallery and museum, located near Accademia Gallery. Its opening hours are similar to the Accademia, i.e. 8:15 am to 6:50 pm with Monday as a holiday. This museum is very popular and most visited attraction in Italy. It showcases beautiful and priceless artworks, mainly from the Italian Renaissance. Admission charge ranges from 12-20 Euros. This place is no less than heaven for its visitors and art enthusiasts.

Florence Cathedral

Florence Cathedral

cathedral of Santa Maria Del Fiore or Florence cathedral is an ancient gothic styled church. It was started building in 1296 and completed in 1436. This is considered to be the world’s third and Europe’s largest Cathedral. It is free for everyone to enter the church, but to visit all of its domes and art museums along with baptistery and crypt is not free. One has to buy a ticket of 18 Euros to explore every part of this huge cathedral. It is an amazing part of art and a must to visit for everyone, when in France.

Vasari Corridor

Vasari Corridor

Vasari Corridor is an enclosed passage-way in Florence. It connects Palazzo Vecchio and Palazzo Pitti. This Passage is built on River Arno. Built in 1565, this passageway holds a significant and important place in Italy’s architecture. This attraction remains open 24 hours and can be reached by major public transports and taxis. The interior of the Vasari Corridor includes beautiful art paintings and crafts. Tourist love to click selfies here and is popular among them.

Galleria dell'Accademia Florence Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets are available through an online website. Admission charge to enter this gallery is 8 Euro. The place remains open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 8:15 am to 6:50 pm. Accademia Gallery remains closed on Mondays.

How To Get Around?

Only way to explore this gallery is on foot. It is a monumental building, walk slowly and get amazed by artifacts by your side. Accademia administration offers facilities for disabled or especially abled tourists.

What Should I Wear?

There is no such dress code which needs to get followed at Accademia Gallery. It is suggested to wear according to weather. Try to wear a shoulder covering and long shorts or jeans following with a good pair of shoes.

Galleria dell'Accademia Florence Facts

Best Time to Visit

Being an indoor attraction, this gallery remains open round the calendar. The tourists, who had been there suggested visiting either in the morning or after 5 pm. The reason behind this is, during day hours the gallery remains crowded by school tours or other visitors.



Will I Need a Guide?

There is no such need to hire a guide for exploring this beautiful gallery. However, if you have language problem or so then you can rent audio guides. They are available at the gallery with an additional charge of 6 Euros. These audio guides are available in various languages like Japanese, English, French, and Spanish.

How To Get There?

One can travel to Florence in various ways, like by air or by train or by road. Florence has its own airport named as Florence International Airport, which connects to nearby cities. One can board a taxi or public bus to travel to Gallery. Also, there are Trains, San Marco is the nearest railway station, from which Accademia Gallery is 20 min far.

Additional Info

With 8 Euros as its admission charge, any visitors can enter the gallery. If a show or an exhibition is going on, there could be an additional surcharge added to the admission ticket. Other services like audio guides are chargeable and depend upon one’s choice.

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