The treasures of the monuments of the cathedrals of Florence and Pistoia can be visited for the first time thanks to a combo online ticket
An itinerary to discover the great masterpieces of art and architecture between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: from the two splendid silver altars to Brunelleschi, Ghiberti, Vasari, Verrocchio and other masters. An itinerary that unites the two Tuscan cities, which are close in geographical position, history, culture and Christian devotion. The symbol of this affinity and the fulcrum of the project are two capital works of medieval sacred goldsmithing: the silver altar of San Giovanni in the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo in Florence and the silver altar of San Jacopo in the Cathedral of San Zeno in Pistoia.
The combo ticket "The Two Treasures" - which can only be purchased online at this address - allows you to visit the Opera del Duomo Museum in Florence - where the silver altar of San Giovanni, the north door of the Baptistery of Lorenzo and many other masterpieces of the early Renaissance -, of the Baptistery and Santa Reparata in the Cathedral; in Pistoia, the Cathedral of San Zeno with the tour called "The treasure of San Jacopo", which includes an audio-guided tour of the main works of art and the silver altar of San Jacopo as well as the Baptistery of San Giovanni in Court and the bell tower.