From Giotto to Michelangelo and the Golden Age of the Florentine Painting
Giotto and the beginning of Italian painting, the masters of Early Renaissance, Masaccio, Paolo Uccello, Filippo Lippi, Piero della Francesca, Botticelli's mythologic allegories, Verrocchio and his talented pupil Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and the "maniera moderna", Raphael's sublime beauty, Bronzino's aristocratic style, the warm sensuality of Titian and the Venetian painting . . .
Some of the famous artists we meet in our promenade two hundred years long, from the early 1300s to the early 1500s. Silent testimonials of the extraordinary beauty around us, the Roman statues along the gallery contribute to making the visit of the Uffizi into a really unique experience.
A walk through the great History of Florence and Italian painting.
Some of the artworks and the artists that have marked the western world painting during the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries.
* The tour is not available on Mondays (the museum is closed) and on the first Sundays of the month (it is not possible to book a timed entry).
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Anywhere in the city centre
End location: In the Uffizi Gallery
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
Three hours private guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 euro - Tickets of the Uffizi and coffee break at the Caffetteria of the Gallery
Entrance fees and reservation fees for the Uffizi Gallery: 24 euro per adult and 4 euro per child under 18 years old.
* Starting from December 2017 all guided groups of 7 or more people visiting the Uffizi Gallery have to use headphones with a radio and microphone (cost 1,5 euros per person).
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.
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Francesco is very polite, friendly, extremely knowledgeable, and on time. He let us move at our pace, even though we went over our allotted time, and he seemed delighted to answer any questions that we had. He knows the history extremely well, and he shares it in a manner that you can understand. His English is excellent, and our experience in the Uffizi was so much more enhanced by him being there. Thank you Francesco!