Florence walking tour with Uffizi Gallery tickets and guided visit
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Florence walking tour with Uffizi Gallery tickets and guided visit

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Free cancellation
Language: English , Italian , French , Spanish , German , Portuguese , Russian
Availability: From Tuesday to Sunday
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Do this because
  • Join this introductory walking tour of Florence
  • Visit the most important museum in Italy
  • Skip the long lines and save your time for art
  • Admire the famous Allegory of Spring by Botticelli
What to expect

Join a walking tour of Florence to admire and explore the main sights of the city. Then visit one of the most famous museums in the world, Uffizi Gallery, skipping the long lines at the entrance.

The tour starts in the early afternoon. You will enjoy an excellent and complete introductory tour dedicated to those who wants to know all the facts and secrets of two thousand years of Florentine history, from the city’s Roman origins to a 15th century palace, from the Ponte Vecchio, through the famous Uffizi courtyard, to the wonder of the architecture of Brunelleschi’s Dome which overlooks the Baptistery's golden “Gates of Paradise”.

After the walking tour, you will visit one of the most famous museums in the world: the Uffizi. Your knowledgeable guide will explain the works of the greatest artists from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance: Cimabue, Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, and many more. You will recognize and see original world-famous paintings that you have seen all your life. You can learn the secrets of the artists’ craft, techniques and tools. Looking at the most famous artworks of the period, you can understand why Florence is the birthplace of the Renaissance.

Please note, from 16th November, the tour will start at My Tour Office in Via Martelli 33red.

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What's included
  • Guided tour of Florence with monolingual guide
  • Skip-the-line entrance to the Uffizi Gallery Museum and visit with monolingual guide
  • Earphones for groups with over 15 participants
Reduced price
  • Infant 0-5: free of charge
  • Child 6-14: reduced
Where

Piazza San Lorenzo 13 / R, Florence

Meeting point:

Meeting point is in front of Cafè Agorà in Piazza San Lorenzo 13r. Our staff will wear a green T-shirt

What to remember
  • Please note, from 16th November 2017: Portuguese, Italian, French, German & Chinese languages are available with minimum 4 passengers.
  • In case that the minimum is not met the tour would be guaranteed in English (or Spanish).
  • Customers must be able to climb and descend stairs
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When

From Tuesday to Sunday (except every first Sunday of the month) at 1.45pm

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Provider
MYTOUR
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100 % refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the activity begins.
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