I will be in Florence later this month and am trying to figure out whether to get the Firenze Card. I have a few questions that I cannot find answers for and am hoping someone here might know the answers.
1) What proof is needed of EU citizenship? We are EU residents, but not citizens. When in Rome last year, they accepted my French driver's license and let my kids in free to the Colisseum - wondering if that will work in Florence.
2) Can someone confirm that kids are admitted free with an adult who has the card -even if the museum normally charges for children. This makes a big difference in the value of the card. For example, the Galileo Museum normally charges 5€ for a child between 7-18. Would they just walk in with us if we use a Firenze Card?
3) Does the child still have to pay for transportation? Or do they get to ride along free with an adult with the Firenze Card? I am assuming they are not free, but it would be nice if they were.