It is next to the church but has a totally different entrance then the church itself, take a look inside very amazing work
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When exploring the city centre, especially the Duomo, this is the first thing you should do. Climbing the Giotto is included in your ticket for the Duomo as a whole and you can do it anytime between opening hours (unlike climbing the dome itself which...More
A stunning structure, obviously a lot of the stone steps to climb but there are stops on the way up where you can catch your breath and admire the view. When you reach the top, the views are stunning and so worth the effort. Beware...More
The Campanile (Bell Tower) if the Cathedral (Duomo) is a stunning piece of historical architecture. It is one of 3 attractions you can go inside and have the best views from in the Piazza. Buy the ticket!! You have 48 hours to use it and...More
414 steps to the top, mostly straight stairways and an amazing view when you get there. Yet another of Florences stunning buildings well worth visiting. Buying a ticket to visit the cathedral, crypt and Baptisery also allows access to the Companile, so is good value....More
Up 414 steps, but the view from the top was absolutely stunning. If you go at a busy time it can be a bit tricky passing people who are going the other way!
Incredible views at the top of the tower. Its not as high as the Duomo, but still worth the climb. Very narrow stairways, so make sure you wear suitable footwear.
Worth taking the 414 steps to the top. It gives you an excellent view of the Duomo. We went in early November and did not have a long wait. It gets a bit crowded on the stairs as they are very narrow and very steep....More