A guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery, one of the most important museums in the world. With your professional guide, you will have the chance to admire some of the greatest masterpieces of world art, to make your visit truly unique to the cradle of the Renaissance.
Florence is one of the most important Italian cities of art: the Renaissance, with its cultural and artistic fervor, was born in its streets, and even today, Florence is a point of reference for lovers of art and culture. In this city , you will find the Uffizi Gallery, the most visited museum in Italy, with some of the greatest masterpieces of world art history.
With your professional guide, you will have the opportunity to walk through the halls and corridor of the museum, learning all the secrets about the masterpieces. In no other museum in the world, you can find such a priceless collection, with some of the most important works in the history.
Admire "La Nascita di Venere" by Botticelli, "L'Annunciazione" by Leonardo Da Vinci, the "Tondo Doni" by Michelangelo, as well as paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Giotto and Raffaello. At the end of the guided tour you can stay in the Gallery until closing time, admiring its important collection of statues and medieval testimonies.
If you would like to visit Vasari Corridor as well, don't miss our Vasari Corridor and Uffizi Gallery Guided Tour. You might also be interested in the Florence sightseeing afternoon Tour and Uffizi Gallery visit.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
NOTE: As the tour is carried out by several local partners, the duration of the tour depends on the departure time:
We suggest you to show up at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure. After the departure it's not possible to join the group. Refund is not possible for no show or late arrival on departure.
To guarantee the tour in English and Spanish a minimum of 2 people is required. In French, German, Portuguese and Italian the minimum is 4 participants during the winter season and 2 participants during the summer.