City, First Time Visitor, Museums / Culture
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 a completely handicap friendly city. The sidewalks are not always wide and many street are paved in cobblestones. There are some ramps and elevators. I have done this tour many times with travelers in wheelchairs, but it's best if you are accompanied with a strong individual who can help maneuver the difficulties.
Maximum travelers: 6
Italian (fluent), English (fluent)
your private guide to the best of Florence
We will visit the most important sites in the city center in about 1 1/2 hours- like the Cathedral square, the Signoria Square, the Old Bridge, and the Church of Orsanmichele - and then go on to the Uffizi Gallery for a visit of 1 1/2 hours to see the highlights.
(Please note that backpacks and full size umbrellas are not allowed in the Uffizi. These items will need to be checked. )
I will meet you at the determined location.
We will visit on foot the important monuments in the city center - the Signoria Square and Old Palace, the Old Bridge, the Republica Square, the Duomo, medieval streets and the Orsanmichele Church - and then go onto the Uffizi Gallery.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at the determined location ( Hotel, Bus drop off location, or central location to be decided upon).
End location: city center
Duration: 3 hours
This tour is 3 to 3.5 hours. If you would like a longer tour, I can make a customized tour for you.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
27 euro - Per person.
Uffizi tickets are 24 euro per person/adult and 4 euro per child under 18 years of age. The museum does take credit cards. Whisper system radios are 2 to 3 euro per person.
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Laura was a fantastic tour guide in Florence, Italy. She's incredibly knowledgeable, personable, and funny. She answered all of our questions, and gave us a tour tailored to our interests. When we're back in Florence, we will ask Laura to show us more of the rich history and art of Florence.