This 3 hours itinerary includes the most important squares and monuments of the city. If you're visiting Florence for the first time, this is a perfect tour for you!We'll start our stroll in Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral's square with it's Baptistery, which boasts the marvelous Paradise doors. You will also see the Italy's most […]
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Every suggested itinerary is by foot because the town’s historical center is quite small and almost entirely pedestrianized. For your special request, I can arrange a tour with a professional driver (please note this is an additional service and is NOT included in the standard fare). For the groups over 10 persons the head-sets are required for an additional price (usually €1,70 each for a half day, €4 for a full day).
Florence in a day?! Probably, this kind of phrase could make you laugh, but what to do, if you have just one day and want to see the city’s most famous places? Of course it’s impossible to visit all the museums, churches and parks of Florence, but I believe that even during 5 hours tour you will be able to feel “the spirit of Renaissance” and fall in love with this magnificent and unique city! This classic walking tour takes about 5-6 hours (including 1 hour break). During the last 2 hours of the tour we’ll visit the Uffizi gallery or Palatine gallery. Accademia gallery is also possible as a third option instead of the previous two (visit takes 1,5 hours).
Uffizi gallery tour (about 3 hours)It is the most visited museum in Florence and one of the most important painting collections in the world, which displays the evolution of Italian painting thanks to works by Giotto, Piero della Francesca, Filippo Lippi, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Andrea del Sarto, Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio and other famous […]
Michelangelo Buonarotti was called “divine“ during his lifetime. Indeed, his sculptures are timeless masterpieces. It's impossible to stay emotionless looking at Michelangelo's David, Bacchus or Night especially with guide's explanations! With the Florence Michelangelo Tour you will discover the genius of Michelangelo, who mainly made sculptures here in Florence. His works are kept in three […]
Why do you need to learn about the House of the Medici? Medici dynasty was one of the most famous families of Florence and played a key role in Italian and European history between the 15th and the 18th centuries. The Medici first ruled Florence, then Tuscany, and gave birth to two popes and two […]
We go back in time and visit the fascinating residence of the Grand Dukes on the left side of the Arno River.Palazzo Pitti (often called Pitti Palace in English), divided into the summer and the winter residence, belonged to the Pitti Family and was then bought by Grand Duchess Eleanor of Toledo, when the Pitti […]
The largest basilica of the Franciscan order started in 1294. It is also called 'the Pantheon of Italian glories' because here the mortal remains of Michelangelo Buonarroti, Galileo Galilei, Niccolò Machiavelli, composers Giaccomo Rossini, Luigi Cherubini, Mykolas Oginski, poets Vittorio Alfieri and Ugo Foscolo are buried. The monumental tombs were created by the artist such […]
Florence is widely known as the cradle of the Renaissance. However, it is in the Middle Ages that the base for the flowering of the Renaissance art in the 15th century was laid. The Medieval tour of Florence will let you discover its deepest soul, with its towers, the city’s guilds in the church of […]