Discover the story behind the most famous statue in the world
The Accademia museum is considered the official Michelangelos museum, since the structure hosts some of the greatest masterpieces of the Divine Artist, such as St. Mathew, The Prisoners, and the magnificent David.
After David we will proceed with pleasant walk around the historical center where we will discover the most memorable stories that are linked to the main monuments of the town.
Florence is an amazing open air museum, which has a lot to offer to travelers.
Note: even with the skip the line tickets, we may find some line for following reasons:
- It's a very high season
- we are not the only ones having skip the line tickets
- Accademia is the 2nd most visited museum in Italy
- and last but not least: There is no any german working inside the museum, they are all italians, so sometimes they take their time;)
THE TOUR IS NOT AVAILABLE ON MONDAYS.
The 3 hours tour will cover all the most important sights of the town such as:
San Lorenzo church.
Duomo with Brunelleschi's Duomo and Giotto's Bell Tower.
Baptistery with Ghiberti's Paradise Gate.
The Repubblic Square.
The medieval church of Orsanmichele.
The Porcellino market.
Signoria Square with Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi Gallery, ecc.
Ponte Vecchio bridge.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 3 hours
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 € - For souvenirs and books
No restrictions at all!
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Hayko was a perfect fit for our family, which includes three young adults (25, 22 & 20). It was our first morning in Florence. We requested two things: great coffee and a "lay of the land," which meant give us some history of the city but keep it relatable. Hayko came through on all fronts. He was humorous, knowledgeable, and full of anecdotes and good tips (favorite street food vendor, great place for Florentine steak). Our Accademia visit at the end was again just right—he really brought David to life.