The Highlights of Florence
Exploring the icons of Florence, the most famous artworks and monuments: Michelangelo's David in the Accademia Gallery, the tombs of the great Italians in the church of Santa Croce, the Duomo and its impressive marble decoration, the huge Brunelleschi's cupola "soaring above the sky, it protects with its shadow all the Tuscan people". Not least, Signoria Square, a beautiful open-air museum and political heart of Florence.
A walk through the centuries when Florence was the New York of the Middle Ages, a look at the period when Florence was "the school of the world".
Duomo (from the outside);
Piazza Signoria and Santa Croce (inside).
The sequence is determined by the timed entry to the Accademia Gallery.
* I would like to remind you to be properly dressed in order to visit churches (no shorts and no bare shoulders).
* This tour is not available on Mondays (the Accademia Gallery is closed on Mondays), on Sundays morning and Holy days (the church of Santa Croce is open only in the afternoon).
* The tour requires a reservation for the Accademia Gallery and during the high season, the itinerary is subject to the timed entry. No reservation on the first Sundays of each month.
* The closing time of Santa Croce can be anticipated in case of extraordinary events.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Monument/Building
Duration: 3 hours
*The tour is not available on Mondays and on the first Sundays of the month. During the high season it could happen that we have to wait some minutes in line to enter museums, even if we booked a timed entry
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 euro - Cost of tickets for the Accademia and Santa Croce church
I am not a professional driver and I do not have the licence for professional transportation services
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Francesco gave us a phenomenal introduction to Florence on an outdoor walking tour as we had requested. He has tremendous depth of knowledge regarding history, art, and architecture of the city, and presented it in an articulate and organized manner. I would enthusiastically recommend him to my family and friends!