Dan Brown’s Inferno mostly takes place in Florence, the city where Dante once wrote about hell, purgatory and paradise, a mysterious world filled with symbolism. You can find traces of Dante and the Divina Commedia all over Florence. Which of these are also included in Dan Brown’s book? What manner of secrets do they hide?
Dan Brown takes you to a number of hidden places inside the city, such as the secret passage Vasari built, and the percorsi segreti in the Palazzo Vecchio. What stories are lurking behind these hidden landmarks? Who was the architect who built these secret passages?
Dan Brown also presents lots of riddles, mostly based on Dante’s Divina Commedia. To which spots do the canti refer? And where will Dante’s death mask lead Robert Langdon? Let me take you along on a magic mystery tour of all the symbols, the codes and the references in Inferno in this third and last book of The Inferno Experience.