Florence Guided City Tour

Florence Guided City Tour
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Florence Guided City Tour Full Day with Accademia and Uffizi Galleries and Lunch

A superbly worthwhile experience at a very advantageous, promotional price: this includes both the morning and afternoon tours- described above - and an expert local Guide will be with you all day to illustrate the city’s history and the artistic achievements it encloses.

The best way to get to know such a complex town, thanks to the commentary of a person who lives in the city, has had the time to study the history, architecture, painting and culture of Florence and can provide fascinating insights into its many otherwise hidden aspects.

The unforgettable magnificence of the breathtaking views from Piazzale Michelangelo and Fiesole enhances the walks through the narrow Roman and Medieval streets of the old town and across the spectacular Cathedral and Signoria squares before entering the famous Accademia and Uffizi Galleries.


Toasted bread with tomato
First course:
Macaroni with Bolognese sauce (or tomato and basil sauce as vegetarian option)
Penne with pesto sauce
Dessert or coffee
Drinks:  ½ liter of water and a glass of wine (Chianti or Trebbiano)

Please note: Lunch is not included for children 0-6 years

Price includes:
  • Transport by a luxury coach or minibus
  • Professional guide
  • Museum entrance fees with booking
  • Earphones are provided for groups of over 15 participants

Departure time:
The tour is available all year around, everyday at 9:00 (except the first Sunday in a month).
Please be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the tour beings!

Departure point:
Piazza Stazione on the corner with Piazza Unità.

8 hours 30 minutes. 

Please note:

From April 2017 to October 2017: The tour is available in English (min 2 pax), Spanish (min 2 pax), French (min 2 pax), German (min 2 pax) and Italian (min 2 pax)

The Academy Gallery is closed on Mondays and replaced with a visit to the:
  • Bargello Museum (one of the most prestigious Museums of Sculptures in the world) on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Monday of the month
  • Medici Chapels (Mausoleum of the Medici Family with one of the most famous sculptural cycles by Michelangelo) on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month.
  • The Uffizi Gallery is closed on Mondays and replaced with a visit to the Museum of Palazzo Vecchio (political headquarters and house of the Medici family).
Your ticket will be sent within 24 hours in a separate e-mail.

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Child (0-6 yrs)
($ 0.00)
Tickets will be sent via e-mail!