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Tips for Basilica visit in Florence

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Basilica Visit In Florence

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Quick Information

Current weather:

Best time to visit:

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Visa:

On Arrival

Ideal Duration:

4-5 Hours

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Tips

Check the time and the days when the Basilicas are open to the public. There are Basilicas which would be closed on certain days and will not be available for tourists to visit

It is advised to book tickets prior to the visit from online so that need not have to waste your time for getting one after reaching the Basilica

Get the camera to click the beauty of the artifacts and architecture one can find in the church

It is also not very advisable to drive to reach here as you may end up in so many troubles due to the traffic restrictions that are there in the place

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FAQ's of Florence

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Are there entry tickets required to enter the Basilicas in Florence?

At some of these basilicas, especially the ones with libraries and museums, a ticket is required for entry.

Are there special dress codes for the basilicas in Florence?

There is no dress code for entering the church as such, but shoulders and knees should be covered.

Which Basilicas should I visit in Florence?

There are many basilicas that one can visit in Florence, such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella and the Basilica of Santa Croce in Florence among others.