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  • Pre-reserved tickets included - 3 hours

Florence: Guided Tour of Uffizi Gallery and Cathedral’s Dome

A full immersion in Florentine art, history, and architecture... with a breathtaking view!

Quick Details

Duration: 3 hours

This tour runs:

Weekdays ( except Mondays ) : 09:30 / 13:15

Sundays: 13:15

 

Adults (Ages 15 - 99) )
118
Youth ( Ages 7 - 14 )
104
Children ( Ages 3- 6 )
62
Infant ( Ages 0 - 2 )
Free
Private Tours Base Price for 2 people
450

Florence: Guided Tour of Uffizi Gallery and Cathedral’s Dome with pre-reserved tickets

Combine the Uffizi Gallery and the Cathedral’s Dome in this 3-hour guided tour in Florence. 

Part One: Uffizi Gallery

Meet your guide and enter the Uffizi Gallery without delay with your pre-reserved tickets. Learn about this historical palace by architect Vasari that houses artworks from the local churches and the Medici family’s collection.

Enjoy breathtaking views of the Ponte Vecchio and the city from the museum’s upper floor and terrace. Hear from your guide about the masterpieces by Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, and other key artists.

Follow your expert guide on a short stroll through the old town of Florence passing through Piazza Della Signoria.

Part Two: Cathedral and the Cupola Climb

Head to the famous Cathedral of Florence. Walk through the beauty of priceless treasures of Gothic and Renaissance art as you see the imposing Duomo dominating the skyline. Savor the artistic wonder for its size and for its amazing marble decorations.

See the Baptistry famous with its doors right in front of the cathedral of Santa Maria Del Fiore. These are the Gates of Paradise but what you’ll see here are only the copies (the originals are in the Museum).

Benefit from our pre-reserved tickets to climb Brunelleschi’s Dome at the end of the tour at your own leisure to admire scenic views of Florence and surrounding Tuscany. Use the Brunelleschi Pass which is valid for 72 hours to see the Museum and the Baptistery of the Cathedral.