Spectacular Florence Walking Tour 2024
About Florence Walking Tour
Explore Florence with an experienced local guide by your side. Go back in time as you discover the birthplace of the Renaissance and admire the spectacular Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral. Benefit with priority access to the Galleria dell Accademia and Uffizi Gallery, and appreciate timeless artworks by renowned artists.
Florence Walking Tour
Discover the charm of Florence in half a day with the guidance of a knowledgeable local guide. Uncover fascinating historical facts about this remarkable city and grasp the significance of its role as the center of the Renaissance. Get ready to dive into the mesmerizing history of Florence, from its medieval origins and the Renaissance movement to Galileo’s scientific advancements and the unification of Italy. Gain a profound understanding of Florence’s lasting impact on the world.
Begin your day by visiting the Accademia Gallery, where you can admire the exquisitely detailed masterpiece known worldwide as Michelangelo’s “David.” Your guide will help you fully grasp and appreciate the artistry from every angle. Indulge in the sculpture’s profound importance to the people of Florence over the years.
Walk to the Piazza del Duomo and honor the challenges famous architect Brunelleschi overcame during the creation of the magnificent Florence Cathedral. Marvel at the intricate architectural details of the cathedral’s architecture and gain an abundance of knowledge from the expert guide. Feel free to ask him for a restaurant recommendation to enjoy a relaxing break or take a moment to appreciate Vasari’s “The Last Judgment,” a masterpiece fresco gracing the cathedral’s interior.
Enjoy the charming atmosphere of the Ponte Vecchio and revel in the stunning Gothic and Renaissance architecture of the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella. Conclude your tour with a visit to the Uffizi Gallery, a treasure trove of artistic wonders.
Observe the symbolic fusion of spirit and matter in Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus” and admire Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Annunciation,” showcasing his skill in portraying emotions. Learn about the contribution of various artists, architects, and wealthy patrons to the gallery’s collection, and delve into the captivating stories of their lives in the past.
- Local expert guide
- Skip-the-line entrance to the Accademia Gallery
- Guided tour of Michelangelo’s David
- Skip-the-line entry to Uffizy Gallery
- Visit Duomo from the outside
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
- Comfortable shoes
- Clothes suitable for the weather
- People with severe mobility impairments
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Meet your guide at Piazzale degli Uffizi, 418.
Immerse yourself in the enchanting city of Florence as the experienced local guide lead the way. Gain knowledge of rich history and culture, discover challenges architects conquered while creating magnificent landmarks throughout the city, and learn the importance of Florence during the Renaissance.
Enjoy Accademia and Uffizi galleries without waiting in long queues. Witness some of the most famous artworks from the world.
Admire Michelangelo’s “David,” Boticelli’s “Primavera,” and Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Adoration of the Magi.” With the guide’s assistance, you’ll easier depict the meaning behind the paintings and appreciate the spectacular artistic spirit of Florence even more.
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FAQ – Florence Walking Tour
Are guided tours worth it in Florence?Booking a guided tour in Florence is highly recommended. As you explore the city with a small group, an expert guide can provide context and interpretation of the art, architecture, and historical significance of the sited you visit. They take care to efficiently use the time for the city’s most famous landmarks as well as to uncover some of the hidden gems. There are always skip-the-line privileges included in the tour which adds value to the tour as the queues are generally very long.
What is the most famous art in Accademia Gallery?The most iconic artwork in Accademia is undoubtedly Michelangelo’s sculpture of David. Still considered one of the greatest Renaissance masterpieces, it’s admired for its exceptional beauty, technical skill, and emotional intensity. Standing over 5 meters tall and carved from a single block of marble, David is a must-see artwork as it shows Michelangelo’s expert craftsmanship.
What is Florence famous for?Florence is noted for its Renaissance art, architecture, culture, and spectacular monuments. The most famous one is the Florence Duomo, known for its grandeur design by Brunelleschi. It’s also known for many museums and art galleries, such as Pitti Palace. Its grandeur and the richness of its collections make it a popular destination for art and history enthusiasts.
Good to know before you go
- Please note there will be approximately 1.5 hours of free time between the two parts of the tours to wander around Florence or relax in a cafe.
- Admission to the Academia is free on the first Sunday of each month, but entry is not guaranteed as tickets can’t be reserved ahead of time.
- If this occurs, the walking guide will provide an extended tour of the city, and guests will receive a partial refund.
- We offer a 24-hour cancellation policy for a full refund.
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Both parts of the tour were incredible! First, we walked around the city and visited the Accademia, where I realized the importance of having a tour guide beside me. I couldn’t interpret the artwork without her as I don’t have any art background. The lunch recommendation was also exquisite, and I enjoyed our time in the Uffizi Galerry after that. I highly recommend it!
They did a smart thing by dividing the tour into two parts, as you need a break after the morning walk. The guides were incredibly knowledgeable, provided many facts, and laid the foundation for a more in-depth look at the art and buildings. I loved the architectural explanation, as the landmarks are just spectacular! My favorite was the cathedral’s bell tower.
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- Experienced guide
- Guided walking tour of Florence
- Priority access to Accademia Galleria
- Priority access to Uffizi Gallery
- Free time
- Free cancellation
- Easy booking process