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Do you think the Vasari Corridor is worthwhile?

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I'm planning a revisit to the great city of Firenze and looking at the things I didn't get to the first time around, among them, a tour of the Vasari Corridor.

Several tours are available and while it appears interesting to me, I'm curious to hear the opinions of Fodorites who may have visited it rather than relying on descriptions that of course want to entice you to do it.

Has anyone visited and what is your opinion of its appeal and worthiness? I love art and history and could spend days in museums, but I'm not the biggest fan of portraits, unless on a tour that provides a broader context (which these tours seem to do). I'll only have about 2.5 days in Florence so I'm trying to budget my time well.

Thanks for the input!

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