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  • Piazza Signoria


    visits to the Palazzo Vecchio had begun

    here on the

    Piazza della Signoria"

  • Palazzo Vecchio

    “No!” Langdon

    pointed out the window at the commanding edifice in the distance.

    “I recognize the

    Palazzo Vecchio.”

  • Palazzo Pitti

    "The Pitti’s

    grand entrance

    was as blunt and unwelcoming

    as he recalled it."

One book three cities


Robert Langdon is back and he has replaced his Harris tweed suit and Mickey Mouse watch with a Brioni suit as he goes about solving this new Italian mystery.
The book "Inferno" sets out to challenge a scenario where all of the characters are not what they purport to be.

Amongst the many coup de theatre in the book the striking characters are the three magnificent cities making up the backdrop to this adventure, namely Florence, Venice and Istanbul. On our site you will find details of all of the locations visited by Sienna and Prof. Langdon in their race against time to...

Book your tour in Florence

ssh24If you loved, as we did, Langdon's adventures through the tiny streets of Florence, you can't miss our tour of the city.

The tour starts at 9.15 from Boboli then, after crossing Ponte Vecchio, offers an accurate visit of Palazzo Vecchio. It continues to the Badia Fiorentina, where the book starts and then stops at the Church of Dante where you can learn more about the Divine Comedy.

Immerse yourself in this unusal tour on the trail of Bob Langdon and pick the chance to view Florence from a different perspective, 

all you have to do is book the tour.





Piazza San Firenze

Located behind Palazzo Vecchio and close to Bargello, Piazza San Firenze owes its name to a building dedicated to St. Fiorenzo, which stood where now stands the monumental baroque complex of St. Filippo Neri (used until recently as a venue of the Court). It is located in front of Palazzo Gondi, a fine example of residential architecture in Florence from the 15th century, designed by Giuliano da San Gallo and expanded in the 19th century.