Exclusive Private Guided Walking Tour of Florence and Uffizi Gallery

The introduction to Florence does not end there, your guide will take you further into Florence,

choosing sites according to your interests, fully allowing you to get a sense of the city and its history.

The tour will then lead you on to the superbly-designed Uffizi gallery.

La Galleria degli Uffizi is without doubt one of the world’s top 10 museums and art galleries , and then our tour proceed into the Accademia to see one of the most important and famous sculpture in the world Michelangelo’s David.

For those of you who have a keen interest in art and history, or for those who really want to get the lowdown on the city but don’t necessarily have a lot of time to do it, our Introduction to Florence + Uffizi + Accademia tour is the most comprehensive city + culture tour available, do not settle for less!
* Duration: 2 to 20 minutes
* Starts: Florence, Italy
* Trip Category: Sightseeing Tickets & Passes >> Attraction Tickets




The introduction to Florence does not end there, your guide will take you further into Florence,

choosing sites according to your interests, fully allowing you to get a sense of the city and its history.

The tour will then lead you on to the superbly-designed Uffizi gallery.

La Galleria degli Uffizi is without doubt one of the world’s top 10 museums and art galleries , and then our tour proceed into the Accademia to see one of the most important and famous sculpture in the world Michelangelo’s David.

For those of you who have a keen interest in art and history, or for those who really want to get the lowdown on the city but don’t necessarily have a lot of time to do it, our Introduction to Florence + Uffizi + Accademia tour is the most comprehensive city + culture tour available, do not settle for less!

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Gallerie Degli Uffizi, Piazzale Degli Uffizi 6, 50122, Florence Italy

Florence is the third most visited city in Italy.

In medieval Europe, it was an important cultural, commercial and financial centre under the control of the Medici for several centuries.

It is regarded as the city of origin of the Renaissance (early 14th century), cradle of art and architecture, with its many historic buildings, monuments, and rich museums .