Museums / Culture, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. The tour and explanations are more geared for adults but can be easily modified for older children. This is not a "kid's tour
Florence is not completely handicap friendly. The museums have elevators and ramps, but the city streets are paved with cobblestones and they are not always in perfect condition. Most sidewalks are wide enough, but not all. I have done this tour with clients in wheelchairs and it is relatively easy.
Maximum travelers: 8
Italian (fluent), English (fluent)
a selection of masterpieces in Florence's Top Museums
On this tour we will go to the two most important museums in Florence and see a selection of masterpieces that "guide" us through Florence's history and the history of art.
(Please note that backpacks or full sized umbrellas are not allowed in the Uffizi. These items will need to be checked but the cloakroom is often full. So, if possible, it's best to not bring them along. )
Uffizi Gallery, walk to the Accademia passing through the medieval street and by the cathedral (duomo), finishing up with the visit to the Accademia.
the tour can be done in the reverse direction as well.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: to be betermined. we can meet at the Uffizi or Accademia gallery, your hotel or other central location.
End location: Uffizi or Accademia gallery
Duration: 4 hours
This tour is not available on Mondays.
Last minute reservations may be available, but this tour requires reservations for timed entry (skip the line) to the museums.
this tour must therefore be confirmed in advance.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
37 Euro - Per Person .
The Uffizi tickets are 24 per person. Accademia tickets are 12.50 per person.
Museums do take credit cards.
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This lady was dynamite! The tours of the Uffizi and Academia Galleries were made more interesting by Laura's cherry picking the important pieces and going in length about their history, the artist background, Roman mythology impact, the Renaissance and Florence's importance in the world. We highly recommend her services!