Don’t have much time to explore the city? Our Florence in one day private tour is all you need to explore the best of Florence in one day. This customized guided tour has been designed for people who can’t spend more than a day visiting Florence, but don’t want to miss its wonderful art treasures.
Piazza del Duomo with its gigantic Cathedral, Signoria Square (a true open air museum boasting a large number of Renaissance statues), Palazzo Vecchio, the ancient Medicis’ palace, and finally Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge of Florence. In the second part of our tour we will discover the masterpieces of the Uffizi Gallery or the Galleria dell’Accademia -Accademia Gallery – where Michelangelo’s David is.
Our Florence in one day tour covers the most important locations of Florence and the two museums that you absolutely have to see on your trip to Florence! You don’t have to worry about lines as thanks to our pre-booked tickets, you will have priority at the entrance and quickly be inside gazing at some of most stunning art works of Western civilization.
We will do a fun journey in the history of painting and you will learn a lot of interesting anecdotes about the artists’ lives, their characters and personalities. In the Accademia Gallery, you will be hypnotized by the most awe-inducing statue in the world, David. No tour of Florence would be complete without seeing Michelangelo’s David and the Prigioni or Prisoners, statues destined to the Pope’s tomb that Michelangelo never completed. They perfectly embody the artist’s extraordinary idea of sculpting and his unconventional technique which brought Michelangelo to become one of the best sculptors in history.
Join our Florence in a day tour and I promise you that at the end of your visit you will know Florence like the inside of your pockets!
ADULTS, KIDS, FULL DISABLED ACCESS. “FLORENCE FOR DUMMIES”!
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WHAT YOU WILL SEE:
the must see places of Florence such as Duomo Square, Signoria Square and Ponte Vecchio including the Uffizi Gallery and the Academy Gallery with Michelangelo’s David.