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  • Two major hits of Florence - 3 hours with tickets

Florence Uffizi and Accademia Tour

Must see iconic galleries in Florence planned efficiently

Quick Details

Duration: 3 hours

This tour runs every day, except Mondays:  09:30 and 13:15 

 

Adults (Ages 15 - 99 )
109
Youth ( Ages 7 - 14 )
104
Children ( Ages 3- 6 )
62
Infant ( Ages 0 - 2)
Free
Private Tour Base Price for 2 people
385

Visit the iconic Uffizi Gallery and tour the Accademia to see the famous statue of David:

You can combine the Uffizi and the Accademia Gallery in this 3-hour tour in Florence. See Michelangelo’s David and the gallery of Uffizi to start your time in Florence in the best possible way.

Tour of the Uffizi Gallery with pre-reserved tickets:

Benefit from our exclusive tickets and head in faster to enjoy your tour. Start a lifetime experience visiting the Uffizi Gallery in Florence: it’s nothing like you’ve seen before!
Learn about this historical palace by architect Vasari that houses artworks from the local churches and from the Medici family’s collection. Hear from your guide how this collection of thousands of paintings from the 13-17th centuries was gifted to the Medici and their successors.
Focus on paintings from the Gothic Ages to the Late Renaissance displayed in chronological order. Savor your local guide’s expertise as they will do a careful selection to show the works by Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Raphael.

Follow your expert guide for a short stroll through the wonders of the old town and pass the Piazza della Signoria. Reach the famous Cathedral of Florence. Understand how the different buildings of the Cathedral Complex with Brunelleschi’s Dome, Baptistry, and Giotto’s tower all relate to each other with information from your expert guide.

Travel back to Renaissance by entering the Accademia to see the statue of David (one of the most iconic structures in Florence) and explore the masterpieces skipping the lines with your pre-reserved tickets. 

Both the Accademia and the Uffizi are extremely popular and therefore notoriously difficult to get tickets. This tour is a great investment to save your time and to appreciate the potentially overwhelming series of artworks with a scholarly local guide as part of a small group or as a private experience.