Two Major Galleries in one day Accademia & Uffizi, stroll through the centre
The day you have always dreamed of. The Gallery of the Academy contains early Renaissance paintings from various workshops explained by an expert guide. A closer and more informative inspection of the famous statue of David will follow. Have a glance to some of the other famous artworks. I will show you the selected places in the city centre, fundamental for the art and history. Typical shopping areas or quality products will be pointed out. We will take a break, according to your wish. After you will be ready to visit the stunning Gallery The Uffizi. The emerging of a new art in the western civilization starts with the Giotto and then follows through the crescendo of the intense sensations provoked by the names like Filippo Lippi, Botticelli, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Rafaello Rubens. An average visit last at least 2 hours.
Bigger gallery to visit is The Uffizi compared Accademia. I consider starting with Uffizi, because it takes 2 or 3 hrs, but this may depend on the availability of the tickets and of the position of your lodging. We would also have a light walk in the center, Cathedral, and some other monuments or places will be of our interest.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: Piazza Signoria. Near by the Statue of David
End Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection, Suggested by Guide: At the location of mutual agreement, exit of the museum.
Duration: 4 hours 30 min.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
40 euros - The basic cost for a ticket for the Uffizi is 24 per person and Accademia 12 or 16 on the official website www.firenzemusei.it if you have minors you will only pay the booking fee. If you can not do that I might get them for you, but only full price.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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We thoroughly enjoyed our time with Sinisa. While the focus of the tour and his expertise was centered on the evolution and impact of Florentine artists, it was intertwined with the necessary detail of Florentine history, mythology and the spread of Catholicism.