Spend an afternoon in Florence with a local guide, admiring world-famous paintings in the Uffizi Gallery and art all over the city. The first part of the tour will take place in the heart of Florence, through its historic center and its wonderful squares and landmarks. After the walking tour, join a small-group tour of one of the most important museums in the world!
Starting from Repubblica Square, overflowing with refined cafés and luxury shopping, your guide will unveil every corner of Florence, the so-called cradle of the Renaissance. Follow your guide through characteristic streets and picturesque alleys until you reach Loggia del Mercato Nuovo, where you'll discover how to attract good luck by caressing the nose of the bronze statue of a wild boar (porcellino).
Strolling along the south riverside of the Arno, you'll be struck by the iconic view of Ponte Vecchio, one of the symbols of Florence: learn about its incredible history and how it has been spared from the bombings during World War II. Continue to Signoria Square, the heart of the city's social life, to admire the imposing Palazzo Vecchio, Cellini's Perseus and other famous statues under the Loggia de' Lanzi. Of course, you can't miss a visit to the impressive cathedral complex crowned by Brunelleschi's magnificent dome!
Your tour ends inside the world-famous Uffizi Gallery, where you will see unique Renaissance masterpieces by the greatest Italian artists. Get involved in an exciting celebration of beauty admiring unmatched works of art such as Botticelli's Birth of Venus, Leonardo's Annunciation and Michelangelo's Tondo Doni, to name a few. After the guided tour, you can stay in the Uffizi Gallery until closing time.