In just one day you can admire the highlights of Florence’s old town along with must-see art masterpieces of all time held in the greatest museums of the city.
Uffizi Gallery guided visit - You can't leave Florence without visiting one of the most famous art galleries in the world. Here you can admire numerous works of art by Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raffaello, Giotto, Cimabue, Masaccio and many others. Among the precious exhibition halls of the Gallery, the most renowned one contains the absolute masterpieces Allegory of Spring and Birth of Venus by Botticelli.
Florence walking tour - The appointment with your guide is in the heart of the historic centre, the splendid gothic Loggia del Bigallo overlooking Piazza Duomo. From here you'll begin your discovery of the amazing complex of monuments of Florence religious centre: the Cathedral with its incredible Brunelleschi dome, the Baptistery of San Giovanni with the Porta del Paradiso (Gates of Paradise) and the elegant Giotto bell tower. The walk continues along Via Calzaiuoli, where you can admire the imposing and singular Orsanmichele Church, a masterpiece of Florentine gothic art. Then you'll reach the bustling Mercato della Paglia (Straw Market): don’t forget to rub the nose of the famous porcellino (pig) and toss a coin into the fountain to bring you good luck! Continuing on, you can admire the romantic, picturesque Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence, with its renowned jewellery shops. Finally you'll arrive in Piazza della Signoria, one of the most beautiful squares in the world and the political centre of the city. In this true outdoor museum, you’ll be amazed as you admire the beautiful Fountain of Neptune with the marvellous and imposing marble statue by Ammannati and the sculptural masterpieces of the Loggia dei Lanzi. Dominating all this is the majestic Palazzo Vecchio with its crenellated Arnolfo tower, one of the most famous symbols of Florence.
Accademia Gallery guided visit - Total immersion in the Accademia Gallery and in the art of Michelangelo to know his most renowned work, the David, and other important works of art such as Prigioni, San Matteo and the Palestrina Pietà.