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Enjoy priority entry to one of Italy’s top attractions with a reserved entrance ticket to the Accade...
Marvel at Michelangelo’s iconic statue of “David” up close on this 1-hour guided tour that features ...
Experience a true once-in-a-lifetime museum tour of one of the greatest artists ever known, Michelan...
Located in the heart of Florence, the Accademia Gallery hosts examples of paintings and sculptu...
Florence is packed full of world-famous sites and this Best of Florence Tour is designed to let...
Enjoy access to Michelangelo's David at the Accademia and the spectacular Duomo, in the intimacy of ...
This is a 70-minute small group tour with a maximum of 15 people. It features a certified guide...
A guided walking tour Florence discovering the main attractions such as Piazza della Signoria, ...
Florence with a private guide is the best way to experience and get the feeling of this wonderf...
Walking tour of historical center and close encounter at the Academy and at the Uffizi. Enjoy the hi...
6 hours 30 minutes
Florence is a city jam-packed with once-in-a-lifetime sites - so many that it’s difficult to kn...
Discover the best of beautiful Florence in an informative walking tour that will take you to the his...
Enjoy a different way to fully appreciate the most iconic Michelangelo's masterpiece! From Davi...
Florence Small Group Walking Tour with David allows you to feel not only the past greats that s...
Dive deep into the history of great art and architecture in Florence with this all-access tour to th...
Enjoy an exclusive early morning access to the Accademia Gallery before the crowds arrive, in order ...
See one of Michelangelo's most famous masterpieces with this private, skip-the-line 2-hour tour...
Michelangelo's original 5m tall statue of David carved from a single slab of marble is kept at the Galleria dell ‘Academia, which also has other well known statues, paintings and carvings on display, well worth seeing.
Michelangelo's original 5m tall statue of David carved from a single slab of marble is kept at the Galleria dell ‘Academia, which also has other well known statues, paintings and carvings on display, well worth seeing. A copy of the Statue of David can be found at the Piazza della Signoria. A David-themed guided tour will help you understand the importance of the statue with respect to the Renaissance and how it became the symbol of Florentine civil liberties.
Soaring high above the city skyline, the Cathedral of Florence, Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore is the fourth largest cathedral in the world
The Baptistery de San Giovanni, built in 1128 AD on the foundations of a Roman temple, is one of Florence’s oldest monuments of Romanesque architecture with bronze doors at the Gate of Paradise, which are a replica of the original ones by Lorenzo Ghiberti kept at the Museo dell’Opera
The 13th century Gothic Palazzo Vecchio with ornate ceilings and frescoed walls was the seat of Florentine government during the 13th and 14th Centuries
The renowned Uffizi Gallery at the Palazzo degli Uffizi is home to Italian masterpieces from the Medieval period to the Modern, with an unrivalled collection of Renaissance art by Leonardo, Michelangelo, Botticelli, Rembrandt, Raffaello and Caravaggio
The most famous bridge on the river Arno is the 14th century arched ‘Old Bridge’ Ponte Vecchio that houses goldsmiths, jewelry workshops and the Signoria open arched gallery
The 16th century Palazzo Pitti was originally built by Brunelleschi for a wealthy banker, eventually became home to the Medici family and now houses several important museums and galleries on various items such as silver, porcelain and Renaissance clothing as well as more modern artworks from the 18th to 20th centuries AD
The Basilica of Santa Maria Novella is renowned for its treasured collection of art and funerary monuments as well as its striking Gothic-Renaissance architecture