Join our guided tour of the center of Florence, designed specifically for your children! You will discover the most beautiful Renaissance monuments of the historic center, and your kids will be entertained by the legends and curiosity surrounding this fascinating city.
If you are looking for a guided tour, which will allow you to discover the beauty of Florence but that will not bore your kids with long and exhausting lines at museums, this is the ideal solution for you!
With your friendly local guide, you will discover the city of Brunelleschi and Michelangelo. As in a treasure hunt, your children will be the main protagonists, and they will learn about the most famous artists (painters, sculptors and architects) of Florence, the Renaissance city par excellence.
You will start from the religious heart of the city, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the main place of worship that encompasses more than 700 years of history. Who knows how much curiosity among all its statues and grand interior, dominated by the immense dome of Brunelleschi frescoes in the sixteenth century.
We continue on to the Palazzo Vecchio, looking for coats of arms and small secret doors. This building, better known as Palazzo della Signoria, was the seat of the Florentine political power since 1299, when the first stone was laid.
Then, it became private residence of the Grand Duke Cosimo I, and it was enriched with frescoed majestic apartments. It will be fun to mingle among the most beautiful marble statues, enclosed in the Loggia dei Lanzi, and discover, just between one of them, even a hidden portrait!
You cannot miss a photo of the famous Ponte Vecchio, following the Vasari Corridor, to admire breathtaking views of the Arno river! And if you are still not tired, with skip-the-line access to the Galleria dell'Accademia, we can take you to discover the masterpiece of the immortal sculptor, Michelangelo: the David!
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes and suitable clothing to grant you the access to places of worship (legs up to the knees and shoulders must be covered).
Don't forget to bring your camera with you!