Siena, San Gimignano, Pisa and Chianti winery lunch ... All in one day!
A hiking day trip along the Italian Riviera!
Step back to the 1960's and drive an original VINTAGE FIAT 500!
A once in a lifetime chance to ride an original VINTAGE VESPA!
Which museums have reduced tickets for children or European citizens?
The State Museums such as the Uffizi, Palazzo Pitti, Accademia and the Medici chapels offer free tickets to European citizens under the age of 18 or over 65. Children under the age of 6 of any nationality are free. EU citizens between the age of 18 and 25 are eligible for reduced price tickets.
BUT remember to bring your passport as a valid form of identity with you to the Museum! If you have reserved your tickets, you will still pay the reservation fee but the entry ticket will be free.
The Civic Museums (such as Palazzo Vecchio, Brancacci chapel, for example) offer reductions to EU citizens between ages 18-25 and over 65. Children aged 4-17 pay an evn more reduced price and you can also get a family tickets at reduced rates.