2021 promises to be a great year for Florence, which sees the imminent reopening of the Vasari Corridor, much discussed and admired in many myths and legends, films and historical novels.
The famous Vasari Corridor is ready to reopen, ready to be visited by half a million people a year. The forbidden dream of all those who love to walk in the heart of art, and of the history of Florence.
An absolute novelty that even for the great connoisseurs of the capital of the Renaissance, will certainly constitute a good reason to return soon.
A unique route set up with a special entrance, for an incredible panoramic walk, which, starting from the ground floor of the Uffizi, will pass over Ponte Vecchio, to reach the Medici garden of Boboli and Palazzo Pitti.
History and mystery for centuries intertwine within its walls, commissioned by Cosimo I de’Medici in 1565, designed by Giorgio Vasari to allow the Duke and his family to move safely from their private residence in Palazzo Pitti to the seat of government in Palazzo Vecchio.
With the reopening of the Vasari Corridor in Florence, unprecedented scenarios on the city also open up, glimpses of panorama hidden for a long time, which most have not yet had the pleasure of admiring and photographing.
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