Virtual tours, smartphone applications, audio-video guides: these are the digital tools to discover museums and monuments in the Empolese Valdelsa and Montalbano area.
Mudev audioguide: the museums of Empolese Valdelsa
Thanks to the complete audio guide realized by MUDEV (The Museum route of the Empolese Valdelsa) it will be possible to explore in advance these museums before visiting them. From Boccaccio’s House in Certaldo to the Museum of the Collegiata in Empoli, from the Jerusalem of San Vivaldo to the Museum of Ceramics in Montelupo: 21 audio guides, one per museum, tell the life of the artists and the works preserved in the museums.
The audio guide is available in Italian and English and can be downloaded free of charge on your smartphone or listened to via computer.
Click and consult the Mudev audio-guide
Museo Leonardiano in Vinci online
The museum offers an app in 5 languages, audio-video guides in 4 languages and a free printed guide.
The Museo Leonardiano App contains over 200 contents dedicated to Leonardo’s work as a scientist and engineer, as well as information on the artist’s birthplace. In addition to the app, the Museum also offers a series of free guides that can be downloaded online.
Audio-video guides in Italian, English, French and German have been created to facilitate visits to the museum. The audio-video guides are loaded on touch pods and can be requested at the time of the visit.
Virtual Tour of Villa Cerreto Guidi
It is one of the Medici villas in Tuscany declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Medici Villa of Cerreto Guidi, built by Cosimo I in the mid 1500s, is the symbolic monument of Cerreto Guidi and today houses the Hunting and Territory Museum.
Thanks to a virtual reconstruction of the entire villa it is possible to tour it online before visiting it in Cerreto.
App Bego Museum in Castelfiorentino
The App offers the chance to discover some useful information about the frescoes by the painter Benozzo Gozzoli, his history and painting techniques, his city and the territory where he was born. The app contains documents about the museum, curiosities about the city of Castelfiorentino, routes and trails of the area and of the Via Francigena, and videos.
Available for IOS and Android systems, the app is also accessible for people with hearing impairment.