Did you know that there is a secret passageway that passes above Florence, from the Palazzo Vecchio, over the Ponte Vecchio and to the Boboli Gardens? If you look at the Ponte Vecchio from the outside, you can see a row of windows all along the top; look at where those windows continue on either side. That is the Vasari Corridor.
The corridor was built in 1565 for the Grand Duke Cosimo de' Medici to let him avoid walking along the dirty and dangerous streets of Florence to move from one place to another in his property.
The tour will lead you into this marvelous corridor, starting from Palazzo Vecchio and Uffzi Gallery, for an experience just a few people can have. Do you want to be one of them? We are sure you do.