Brancacci Chapel (Cappella Brancacci) Tours
Located within Santa Maria del Carmine Church in Florence’s Oltrarno neighborhood, the Brancacci Chapel (Cappella Brancacci) is one of the city’s most treasured landmarks. The chapel’s walls showcase recently restored frescoes painted in 1424 by Masaccio, who was only 21 at the time. His work is known to locals as the Sistine Chapel of the early Renaissance.
Address: Piazza del Carmine 14, Florence 50124, Italy
3 Tours and Activities to Experience Brancacci Chapel (Cappella Brancacci)
Discover Florence’s thriving craft scene on a half-day insider’s tour of the places and people that are carrying on artistic traditions passed through the centuries. Visit the private workshops of local leather workers, goldsmiths, paper makers and more to watch these skilled artisans practicing their crafts. Learn about the traditional methods that have made Florentine goods highly sought after since the 13th century, and have a chance to purchase unique handmade items straight from the source.
Taking safety measures
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Walk through Florence with a dedicated guide on this 3-hour private tour. Appreciate the personal attention and flexibility that comes with a private tour; take the opportunity to amend the itinerary to reflect your interests. Visit Florence's landmarks such as the Ponte Vecchio, the church of Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore, Sagrestia Nuova and more. Along the way, listen to your guide's engaging commentary about the culture and history of Florence from the Renaissance to modern day.
The third of four private half day walking tours of Essential Florence takes us to Oltrarno, the other side of river Arno. It is one of the most fascinating districts of Florence. Here you see, hear and possibly speak with the artists and merchants while they deal with their creative daily routines. From the steps of San Minato Church you will admire the iconic panorama of Florence. At the Church of Santo Spirito you view paintings of Roselli, Ghirlandaio and Lippi. At Santa Maria del Carmine you see the recently restored frescoes of Masaccio. Then you visit a once lavish Medici Residence, now home to the Palatine Gallery. The day ends at the Boboli Gardens with an opportunity to wander among the cyprus trees and gaze at spectacular Florentine vistas. Your Lecture-Guide takes you on a slower pace, away from the crowds, recreating the worlds of Titian, Rubens and Perugino along with the already noted Michelangelo and Leonardo.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Face masks provided for travelers
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What's the best way to experience Brancacci Chapel (Cappella Brancacci)?
The best ways to experience Brancacci Chapel (Cappella Brancacci) are:
- Craftsmen Workshop Tour in Florence
- Private Tour: 3-Hours Churches of Florence Walking Tour
- Private Half Day Tour of Essential Florence Part Three (Oltrarno)
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