Forte di Belvedere
Designed by Buontalenti at the end of the sixteenth century, it is a fortified villa on a hill overlooking the city: from its standpoint one can enjoy one of the best views of Florence.
|TUE||10.30 am –7.30 pm|
|WED||10.30 am –7.30 pm|
|THU||10.30 am –7.30 pm|
|FRI||10.30 am –7.30 pm|
|SAT||10.30 am –7.30 pm|
|SUN||10.30 am –7.30 pm|
Reduced price: aged 18-25, residents in the metropolitan area of Florence, holders of YTALIA museum tickets
Forte di Belvedere Card
under 18, holders of the Forte di Belvedere Card
Last admission 6.30 pm
Forte di Belvedere Card: available at the Forte di Belvedere ticket office and reserved for residents in the metropolitan area of Florence. It costs €2.00 and must be exhibited with an identity document. It gives unlimited admission to Forte di Belvedere from 2 June to 1 October 2017.
Presentation of an admission ticket to one of the museums of the “Ytalia” exhibition allows for a reduced ticket to Forte di Belvedere. Likewise, the Forte di Belvedere card allows for a reduced ticket for the Florentine Civic Museums (Palazzo Vecchio, Novecento Museum, Stefano Bardini Museum, Brancacci Chapel, Fondazione Salvatore Romano).
Firenze Card: all the exhibition sites form part of the Firenze Card circuit.
Forte di Belvedere, Via di San Leonardo, Firenze, FI, Italia
From 18 July through 1 October, a new ATAF bus will be making 15 double runs per day from Tuesday through Sunday – one every 30 minutes from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. One terminus is in Piazza Pitti, the other at Forte Belvedere. The new Fb line intends to offer a service to Florentines and tourists interested in seeing the Ytalia. Energia Pensiero Bellezza exhibition at Forte Belvedere (until 1 October) and the Lloyd. Paesaggi toscani del Novecento exhibition opening on 14 July at Villa Bardini. The inauguration of the Fb line is scheduled for 18 July at 8:30 a.m. at the Piazza Pitti terminus, presided by Florence’s Mayor Dario Nardella and Umberto Tombari, President of Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze.