The Florence Duomo

Explore the Florence cathedral that defines the city's skyline

The breathtaking Duomo, also known as Santa Maria Del Fiore, is Florence’s most iconic landmark. Designed during the Renaissance by Filippo Brunelleschi, the cathedral towers over the city. Don’t miss the Baptistry doors either. These famous bronze doors, beloved by artists and historians both, depict scenes from the Old Testament.

Let our guide explain the history behind the famous church from outside on one of our Florence tours. See the Dome as part of a Florence Day Trip from Rome or as part of a shorter Florence City Walking Tour.

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Florence in a Day Combo Tour with David and Uffizi

Explore Accademia Gallery, Ponte Vecchio, Florence Duomo, Uffizi Gallery, and so much more

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Florence Walking Tour with Statue of David

Uncover the best of Florence at the Duomo and Ponte Vecchio, and skip the line at Accademia

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Florence Private Walking Tour with Michelangelo's David

Explore the famous sites of Florence, with Ponte Vecchio, Duomo, and skip-the-line Accademia entry

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Skip the Line Florence Duomo Tour and Dome Climb with Secret Terraces

Climb Brunelleschi's famous dome for unforgettable views of Florence from the secret terraces

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Kid-Friendly Florence Walking Tour: David & Gelato

Bring the fun to Florence on this private family walking tour, with merry-go-round and paper-making

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Livorno Shore Excursion: Florence & Pisa

Maximize your day ashore on this jam-packed private tour with Leaning Tower, David, and more!

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Full Day Florence Walking Tour with Dome Climb & David

Skip the line to see two city icons in one day, with Accademia Gallery, Duomo terraces, and more!

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Ultimate Full Day Florence Tour with Dome Climb, David, and Uffizi Gallery

After Duomo Climb, see The David & Uffizi Art