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Small-Group Florence Day Tour with David, Duomo and Uffizi

Highlights
  • See Florence’s most famous sights in a single day
  • Travel with a small group for a personalized experience
  • Guaranteed, skip-the-line access at the Accademia and Uffizi Galleries
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Small-Group Florence Day Tour with David, Duomo and Uffizi
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Small-Group Florence Day Tour with David, Duomo and Uffizi
From USD 130.14
Overview

Florence is home to many notable museums, architectural masterpieces, and Renaissance artworks, and on this tour, you’ll see the major highlights in a single day. Beat the crowds with skip-the-line access at the Accademia Gallery (home to Michelangelo’s David) and the Uffizi Gallery. You’ll also view Florence's Duomo, visit the city’s most scenic streets, and learn history from your guide. A small-group size means plenty of time for questions.

What to Expect
This whirlwind tour of Florence kicks off in the morning. Meet your guide at a conveniently located starting point, and set off for the Accademia Gallery in the company of a small group.

Skip the line and head straight to see Michelangelo’s David and other works of art, learning about their history from your guide.

Next, continue to Florence’s Duomo to admire its soaring dome designed by Brunelleschi, and then see Florence Baptistery and its immense bronze doors sculpted by Ghiberti.

After strolling through the Piazza della Signoria, stop to enjoy a relaxing lunch (own expense). Then head to the Uffizi Gallery, among Europe’s most esteemed art museums. Skip the line to admire its huge array of masterpieces, including early Renaissance works by Cimabue and Giotto, masterpieces by Botticelli and Raphael, and baroque canvases by Caravaggio.

The tour concludes in front of the Uffizi Gallery.
Reviews (54)
1 - 5 of 24 reviews
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great guide, shame about the crowds

Our guide Laura was fantastic, great personality, very bubbly and fun. Too much time spent in the two museums and not enough time spent seeing other sites - still had to queue at Academia and Uffizi even though tour was 'skip the queues', but wasn't...More

Thank Andrew M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Perfect way to get to know Florence in a day!

Valentina was one of the best guides we have ever had! She really brought the city of Florence to life for us. She provided just the right amount of history, information and fun! We were not art lovers, but we are now, thanks to Valentina.

Thank TallGirlShortMan
Reviewed 11 October 2018 via mobile
Excellent

We toured with Laura and she was incredible. She has a charming, funny, energetic and enthusiastic personality. Her knowledge of the art and sculptures were vast. The arts are obviously her passion and she explained details that were so interesting. Laura extended the tour for...More

Thank vdihle
Reviewed 5 October 2018
A Tour Worth Taking

The guide (apologies I can't recall her name) was very professional, knowledgeable and friendly. She made the tour interesting and I learnt a lot about the history of Florence and why it is such a wonderful city.

Thank Daydream586887
Reviewed 28 September 2018
Wonderful tour!

We were very satisfied with our Florence in a day tour. We were only in Florence for 3 nights, so it enabled us to see both Museums and the Duomo, with a guide to help us understand and enjoy all the major sites. It is...More

Thank AZtraveler98
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hagence
10 September 2018|
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Response from andrewcK1965JL | Reviewed this property |
No as there are no visits inside churches. However comfortable walking shoes is an obvious one as you’re on your feet all day
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TommyBahama1
6 June 2018|
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Response from andrewcK1965JL | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the tour finishes in the Uffizi around 3 and you are free to stay in the museum until closing which I think is at 6
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