Skip-the-line private tour of Italian Renaissance masterpieces
The Uffizi gallery needs no introduction: it's home to some of the most famous works of art by such Great Masters as Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Titian, Caravaggio and many others, Ancient Roman sculptures, Medici portraits, intriguing grotesques and a unique building site. We'll situate the most important works of the Italian Renaissance in time, business and politics of Florence and Italy to discover the personalities of artists and their patrons. We'll talk about mythology, Renaissance art and politics, Christian thought and how it was depicted in art, discover techniques of painting and even the prices of works. We'll admire some "obscene" masterpieces as well as "flawless" works. One of my favorite highlights is the mystery of Michelangelo's Tondo Doni - a real "Da Vinci code".
Brilliant licensed art and history guide, PhD: expect an outstanding tour!
Uffizi art gallery: all the major works of the Italian Renaissance and Ancient art (40 paintings and statues)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: In front of the Neptune fountain in piazza della Signoria. Please note that other meeting points will shorten the time spent in the museum.
End location: Inside the Uffizi museum so that you may explore it further after the tour.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Please note that in peak season (May through October) the exact timing of the tour may depend on availability of skip-the-line tickets. If you are a group of 4 persons or more please book a week ahead to ensure your desired schedule.
NB: first Sunday of each month museums in Florence may be more crowded, which may affect tour duration.
Walking inside the museum.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
24 Euro - €24 per person museum ticket with skip-the-line entrance.
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Anna was terrific! So knowledgeable and kept us interested with wonderful bits of history and information about the artists as she guided us through the Uffizi. Thank you, Anna. It was a wonderful tour!