Explore Florence in a walking tour, discovering the main spots of the city center. Then, thanks to the skip the line tickets you will visit the Accademia Gallery, the Uffizi Museum with a professional guide who will take you also to walk on the external of the Vasari Corridor.
Walking tour in Florence centre
The day will start with a walking tour around the city centre of Florence. Your guide will take you to explore the main spots, explainig you all the details of the history and architecture of the squares. It will give you the opportunity to see places like the Piazza Della Signoria, the town hall; Palazzo Vecchio, the Baptistery, the Cathedral, Santa Trinita and Orsanmichele Church. You will also have time to stroll around the most famous shopping streets, and the manual craft neighborhood.
The second stop of the day is the visit to the Accademia Gallery. You will avoid queue at the entrance thanks to the skip the line priority tickets included in the tour. With your guide, you will get to discover first of all the original Michelangelo's masterpiece, the statue of David, that dominates the central gallery of the Museum. The statue was built out entirely of Carrara marble, in 1504. The Accademia Gallery museum houses also other masterpieces by Michelangelo, along with many painting and sculptures, from the middle ages to the Renaissance age, rendered by the greatest artists that ever lived, such as Botticelli and Paolo Uccello.
Uffizi and Vasari Corridor
After that, it will be time to visit the Uffizi Gallery, among Italy's most important museums. Skip the line tickets will be provided also for accessing this musem, where your guided tour will last around two hours and half, to admire eternal masterpieces such as the " Primavera" by Botticelli or many important artworks by Giotto, Tiziano, Raffaello and many more. During your Uffizi tour, there will be a break for a coffee or cappuccino at the cafè, enjoying a panoramic view over Loggia dei Lanzi. At the end of the Uffizi Gallery tour, your guide will take you to walk on the external side of the vasari Corridor hidden between cities and a church. It is an extraordinay architecture work, commissioned by Medici Family, with the aim to have a path to connect their residence (Palazzo Pitti) to the government palace (Palazzo della Signoria, other side of the Arno river), passing through the Old Bridge.
Other tours in Florence
Discover a peculiar side of Florence with a small group tour of artisans' workhsops and royal apartments of Palazzo Pitti. If you wish to learn more about the facinating history of Medici family, check out our private tour of Florence on the footsteps of Medici.