You'll want to fill it up, when you learn about our world famous Colosseum Underground Tour!
While this is a walking tour, there are no hills, so it is pretty smooth walking.
Since the Renaissance era, this square has staged numerous protests and public executions. Now the heart of the city's social quarter, this outdoor gallery houses an impressive array of sculptures.
Originally built to house magistrate offices of the Medici family, today this is the most visited museum in Florence.
A famous copy of Laocoön and His Sons, this reproduction was made by Baccio Bandinelli in the late 15th century.
Da Vinci left a surprisingly small number of paintings behind. In this painting, see his portrayal of angel Gabriel informing the Virgin Mary that she will bear a son whose reign will never end.
Admire Botticelli's most famous painting, the "Birth of Venus", considered by many as the Renaissance masterpiece that brought the world out of the Dark Ages.
Raphael's "Madonna del Cardellino" was once struck by a tragedy. Learn about how it was restored.
Take a short break to admire an amazing dome by Brunelleschi from the rooftop of the Uffizi museum.
Titian's contemporaries referred to him as "The Sun Amidst Small Stars". During your Uffizi tour, see his famous "Venus of Urbino”.
Throughout this guided tour of the Uffizi, gaze upon the statues that inspired the Renaissance.
Michelangelo didn't get much practice before he painted the Sistine Chapel's ceiling. The Uffizi has one of his rare paintings, the Doni Tondo.
Don't look too long into Medusa's eyes or you may turn to stone! Learn about how Caravaggio's Medusa revolutionized the world of painting in the late 16th century.
Skip the long lines at the Accademia Gallery and visit Michelangelo’s David Statue.
Stand outside of Florence's spectacular Gothic Cathedral. Taking over a century to build, the Duomo towers above all other buildings in the city.
Michelangelo deemed these bronze doors "the Gates of Paradise".
As we pass by our favorite gelato shop in Florence, you're welcome to buy one to enjoy. You might also want to take note of this shop and come back after dinner for dessert.
Stroll past the leather market and learn about the history of the leather trade in Florence.
This iconic boar fountain is associated with Florentine folklore.
Trippa is a Florentine delicacy. If you're up to it, you're welcome to buy this popular street food. Remember to keep an open mind.
An amazing church from the 14th century, this church has a fascinating history.
The Ponte Vecchio is an iconic bridge and it still houses some of the most prized jewelers in Florence.
Accompanied by a local tour guide, explore the beautiful city of Florence. Associated with Dante, the Medici family, Michelangelo, Machiavelli and Leonardo Da Vinci, Florence is known as the “Cradle of the Renaissance”. This Florence tour visits the Accademia Gallery, Michelangelo’s Statue of David, Palazzo Vecchio, the exterior of the Duomo of Florence, the Uffizi Gallery, the Bronze Boar, Ponte Vecchio and more. This 6.5-hour tour includes:
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Be prepared to be walking or on your feet for the duration of the tour. If that makes you nervous due to a physical condition, contact us for more information or go with a private tour that will move at your pace. Thanks!
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Have used The Roman Guy in Rome and was very impressed with them. I had no hesitation in booking them again for my day trip to Florence. Booked the fuHave used The Roman Guy in Rome and was very impressed with them. I had no hesitation in booking them again for my day trip to Florence. Booked the full day tour, Accademia tour in the morning with tour of the inner city. Stopped for gelato, was told of good places to eat, visited Ponte Vecchio. Great tour. The afternoon was a guided tour of the beautiful Uffizi gallery. A great full day tour, tiring on the feet but it gave me a great glimpse of this beautiful city. Without this tour I would of just wondered the city, followed the crowds and wondered about all the history and what the buildings were. Great tour, highly recommended. 👍🏽..more
This was our third tour on this particular trip with the Roman Guy and it may have topped them all! And to think I was going to cancel it because of tThis was our third tour on this particular trip with the Roman Guy and it may have topped them all! And to think I was going to cancel it because of the weather forecast. We did spend a very wet thirty minutes or so outside gathering and traveling to Accademia but that was it. Otherwise it was a beautiful day in a beautiful city! We started our day with Katerina who had such an abundance of knowledge about the history of Florence, the Medici family and every piece of art we observed with her. Her degree in anthropology and her Florentine heritage served us well! In addition, she offered many suggestions on how to spend our time in Florence. With Katerina we did a walking tour that started with a visit to Accademia and then through the city and its highlights until we got to the Uffuzi. She shared the history of the palace, why the Uffuzi was built and then we walked to the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge. The history of this city is so rich, opulent and unbelievable to a mere mortal like me. There are no words to describe the statue of David. It is just breathtaking. After lunch we met our new guide, art historian Francesca who lead us through Uffuzi. The Renaissance is my favorite time period in art history so I was in awe of what I was seeing and Francesca added insight and knowledge that made me love the pieces even more. She encouraged us to get 'right up there' and take a look, which I wouldn't have otherwise done. Both of these lovely, intelligent women gave us a day that we won't soon forget. Now we anxiously await our next visit to our new favorite Italian destination...more
This combination tour is excellent. There is a lot to take in, but well worth it!
My wife and I were only in Florence for a day. We looked at the Florence in a day blog post but decided we wanted a guided tour. So happy with this deMy wife and I were only in Florence for a day. We looked at the Florence in a day blog post but decided we wanted a guided tour. So happy with this decision as we saw everything we wanted to and learned a lot from our guide. ..more