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“Inferno” film locations in Florence
An itinerary retracing the investigations and riddles of professor Robert Langdon

If you love thrillers and mysteries, you’ve probably read Dan Brown’s bestselling book Inferno. The novel, which stars Robert Langdon as its main character, was adapted for the big screen by Ron Howard. The film was a smash success, thanks to the world-famous actors who performed in it, Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones. And, as far as we’re concerned, the filming locations also helped it along tremendously. It’s no accident that a substantial portion of the movie was filmed in Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance in Tuscany.

After Tea with Mussolini, A Room with a View and Hannibal, Florence comes back to the big screen as the backdrop for Inferno. Relive the secrets and enigmas of professor Robert Langdon: all you have to do is follow this 5-stop itinerary inspired by the book.

directions_walk 2 km
Duration: 1 day
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