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Florència: un viatge al Renaixement

Dins de la quarta edició del cicle Catalunya, laboratori d’Humanitats, dels Estudis d’Arts i Humanitats de la UOC, tindrà lloc els dies 23, 24 i 25 d’octubre, una sortida a Florència.

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El programa d’aquesta sortida serà el següent:

Divendres 23 d’octubre

11,30 h          Duomo. Cúpula de Brunelleschi (10 €)
12,45 h          Església de sant Llorenç. Sacristia nova: tombes de Llorenç el Magnífic i
Julià de Mèdici de Miquel Àngel (6 €)
14-15 h          dinar (per lliure)
15,30 h          Baptisteri. Mosaics del segle XII (amb l’entrada del Duomo)
16,15 h          Santa Maria Novella. Trinitat de Masaccio (3,50 €)
Tarda             Piazza della Signoria. Palaus (exterior)  Rucellai, Mèdici, Strozzi, Pazzi

Dissabte 24 d’octubre

8 h                  Galleria degli Uffizi (6,50 €)
14 h                dinar al restaurant dels Uffizi
16 h                Església de la santa Croce. Capella Pazzi (5 €)
19 h                Piazzale Michelangelo

Diumenge 25 d’octubre

8 h                  Galleria dell’Accademia. David de Miquel Àngel (6,50 €)
11 h                Museu de sant Marc. Fra Agèlic (4 €)
13 h                dinar
14 h                Santa
Maria del Carmine. Capella Brancacci. Masaccio (4 €)

Inscripció obligatòria (tancada la inscripció: 60 inscrits)  

Informacions d’interès

– després d’haver consultat a una agència de viatges, s’ha decidit que el millor és que cadascú es faci les gestions pels bitllets d’avió Barcelona-Florència (i tornada) i per l’hotel
– a dia d’avui, el vol d’anada i tornada amb Vueling costa 134 €. Caldria sortir de Barcelona el divendres 23 a les 7,05 (s’arriba a les 8,45 h), i la tornada el 25 a les 21,30 h (s’arriba a les 23,05 h)
– pel que fa a hotels, fent cerques mitjançant booking.com es poden trobar hotels ubicats a la zona centre per 300 € per dues persones i dues nits (75 € per persona i nit). Òbviament, això és un preu mitjà per tal que es pugui tenir una referència.
– pel que fa a les entrades a la Galleria degli Uffizi i a la Galleria dell’Accademia: l’entrada és gratuïta, però s’ha de fer la reserva via Internet i la gestió costa 4 € per persona i museu (per tant, 8 €) . Demanen la llista amb els noms dels components del grup (d’aquí la importància que la inscripció es faci quan abans millor), i cal pagar-ho per avançat. Aquesta gestió es farà un cop se sàpiguen els inscrits. Si es compra individualment, via Internet, cal afegir 4 € per museu al preu que s’indica en el programa.
– A la Galleria degli Uffizi i a la Galleria dell’Accademia només accepten grups de 25 persones, però, a diferència de Madrid, no limiten el temps de permanència. Això pot ser un problema si s’apunten més de 24 persones (jo faig la 25). En principi no es posa límits a la inscripció; en el cas de ser més de 25, es faria un altre grup i ja es gestionaria el tema entrades.
– els horaris de les visites als museus podran variar, atès que primer cal saber quants serem i, amb aquesta dada, fer la reserva (i es pot donar el cas que, a l’hora que s’ha previst, no hi hagi disponibilitat en el museu). Per aquesta raó, els marges dels horaris és força ampli.
– a la inscripció heu de posar nom i cognoms, atès que s’ha de confeccionar una llista per a presentar en els museus. En principi no es té constància que en altres esglésies o museus facin descompte pel fet de ser grup o estudiants, però s’intentarà. Porteu tots els carnets que puguin ser vàlids (estudiant, ICOM, amics dels museus…)
– la darrera setmana de maig es tancaria la inscripció per tal d’iniciar les gestions corresponents. Als qui ja sapigueu amb seguretat que realitzareu el viatge, s’aconsella que compreu els bitllets del vol i la reserva de l’hotel quan abans millor
– s’anirà informant, via e-mail, de qualsevol notificació important

Professor que impartirà els seminaris i farà de guia dels museus:
Dr. Joan Campàs Montaner
jcampas@uoc.edu        Aura digital

11 comments

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