The magnificent Renaissance city in a half day private tour.
Words and photos are wasted when we talk about Florence. How can we summarise all the wonderful places in this city? You need to come to Florence, wander through her streets, discover her most famous piazzas seen a thousand times in photographs, but especially to discover the Florence that is less known and more human, the Florence that speaks directly to the heart.
The Uffizi Gallery, the Ponte Vecchio, San Miniato al Monte, Ghirlandaio or Fra Angelico - they are there for all and it's hard to know where to begin. During the Renaissance, all the courts of Europe regarded Florence as the centre of the world where the most brilliant, modern ideas in every sector came from.
From Piazzale Michelangelo, the panoramic terrace of Florence, we will go down to the river Arno and the historical center, visiting: Ponte Vecchio (oldest bridge in Florence), Lordship square, cathedral square, the medieval district of Florence and Palazzo Strozzi. If you wish to add a special monument/place to this list, as the original David statue of Michelangelo for example or the Uffizi gallery, ask me for a customized quotation and tour.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I meet you in Florence or on request any location/harbour in Tuscany. If you need transportation to Florence from any location/harbour of Tuscany: Livorno, Pisa, La Spezia ... Ask me for a customized quotation.
End location: Florence or on request any location/harbour in Tuscany.
Duration: 3 hours
This is only a walking tour for a half day in Florence. If you desire to see more in Florence, I can propose you a fullday tour. Ask me freely for more details.
This is a walking tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 EUR - Meals are not included. All restaurants of Florence accept credit card.
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Karine was lovely and gave us a tour worthy of a couple of credits from a university. Her talk and explanations of what we were experiencing as well as history was very broad, detailed, and articulate. Can't imagine Seeing Florence without her guidance.