Discover ghosts, stories and legends that lurk in Ponte Vecchio and the Black Death that devastated the city of Florence.
Book our Florence Ghost Tour and unravel hidden stories lurking in and around the main wonders of Tuscany´s capital.
Many secrets await us as we discover under the moonlight places such as Santa Maria del Fiore, Santa Croce, Santa Maria Novella or Piazza della Signora on a tour around the city of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo´s David.
Alongside our Spanish speaking guide, begin by first hearing about the tragedies that took place in Florence like the fall of the German empire or the tragedies caused by the Black Death; all of this on a guided tour through Florence´s old town. The tour also includes a visit to Palazzo Vecchio, Santa Croce, the banks of the river Arno or the Basilica of San Petroni.
Discover the famous Porcellino´s (wild boar) nose. The Porcellino fountain has a peculiar wild boar sitting in the Mercato Nuovo (New Market) which is well-known all around the city. This small square is the epicenter of Tuscany´s locals and in the past, hid the most terrific stories which together we´ll unravel as we take a walk by well-known landmarks like the Loggia del Mercato, commonly referred to as Loggia de Porcellino. Wander around the Piazza and the Strada Maggiore as you hear the ghosts of the famous Medici family, a lineage of famous bankers known worldwide which was struck by murders, scheming and thousands of unfortunate events.
Journey back in time to the city´s Medieval period where we will learn about the German sacred empire and the battles and conquests between the Guelph cities and Ghibelline cities. Walk by the most horrifying corners of the famous Italian city, stopping to admire the Stone of Scandal, the mysteries of the Palazzo Pitti (Pitti Palace) or the Finistrella di via Piella (Window of via Piella).
Explore the city´s alleyways, secrets and ghosts. Delve deep into Tuscany´s medieval past and prepare to encounter the spirits of the Florence Ghost Tour.
Children (0-12): Free
Entrance to the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella.