You'll want to fill it up, when you learn about our world famous Colosseum Underground Tour!
We will be walking a lot on this tour, so make sure you bring your walking shoes.
Stand in front of Florence's spectacular Cathedral. Taking over a century to build, it towers above all other buildings in the city and is an amazing example of Gothic Architecture in
The largest masonry dome on earth and weighing as much as the average cruise ship, your expert guide will reveal the mysteries that surround this incredible structure.
At the next stop on your Florence guided tour, you'll learn about the competition involved in Ghiberti's winning of the commission. These gates were deemed by Michelangelo as " The Gates of Paradise"
We'll pass by our favorite gelato place in Florence where you are welcome to buy a gelato to eat during your tour, or just keep the place in mind for an after dinner treat that evening.**
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.
During your Florence walking tour, you will stroll past the leather market where your guide will explain to you how important this trade has been in Florence for more than 500 years.
A famous icon in Florence. Your local guide will explain the the traditions that involve this bronze statute of a wild boar. Try it out for yourself!
Another Florentine delicacy. You will pass by the trucks that sell this on the street and crowds of Florentines around them getting their lunch. Don't know what it is? Ask your guide!**
A picture found on many postcards, the Ponte Vecchio in Florence is an iconic bridge, still housing some of the city’s most prized jewelers that have been selling their wares here for centuries!
This little medieval church is the supposed scene for that magical moment when Dante laid his eyes on the love of his life - Beatrice. She became the most celebrated woman of mediaval times!
You'll be lead through the narrow streets that haven't changed since the 1300's when Dante himself would have roamed these streets thinking of his love Beatrice and writing the Divine Comedy!
An amazing church from the 14th century with a fascinating history. Your expert guide will explain to you not only the history, but also what the church was built for originally!
When visiting Florence, we feel it’s compulsory that you say hi to David. The final stop on your Florence guided tour will be paying a visit to the famous Michelangelo's David.
Passionate English-speaking guide
Go at your own pace on this private tour
Florence is the Renaissance capital of the world
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Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance and the modern Italian language. This city never disappoints its visitors. This is partly because the city not only holds its artistic treasures within its galleries, but the renaissance influence is apparent when walking through the town. This is why The Roman Guy offers a Florence private walking tour, showing you Florence's art, first outside as part of the Florence Private Walking Tour section, and then inside with a trip to see the famous Michelangelo's David.
With some of the most famous names of the Renaissance era being directly related to this beautiful city, such as Dante, Medici, Michelangelo, Machiavelli and Leonardo Da Vinci, this Florence Private Walking Tour w/ Michelangelo's David is not short of things to show you. In order to really appreciate the Renaissance city, our english-speaking local guide will immerse you in the Renaissance period throughout the course of the tour, highlighting some of Florence's most incredible works of art.
Including visits to see Santa Maria del Fiore (the Duomo of Florence), the amazing baptistry doors, Piazza della Signoria, the well known Ponte Vecchio, Dante's district, Michelangelo's David and the 14th century Orsanmichele church, The Roman Guy's Florence Walking Tour is packed full of famous sites, as well as squeezing in some of Florence's hidden gems along the way. If that isn't enough, a stop off at the city's best gelateria is included, where you'll have the opportunity to taste the tastiest gelato in Florence!
Of all the Florence tours you can take, a Florence walking tour is the best way to appreciate this 'outdoor art gallery' of a city. By the end of the tour, you will better understand what it meant to be a “ Renaissance Man”, as you feel yourself slowly drifting back in time when Florence was a republic and defied the papacy!
If you need to start the tour at a different time please let us know. * If you are trying to make a booking up to 2 weeks in advance the website will show no availability, but feel free to contact us and we will do our best to accommodate you. **Gelato & Trippa are not included in the price.
If your hotel is in the city center, we will pick you up there. We will reach out to once you've booked to figure out the exact pick-up location.
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What to Bring
€230 BASE PRICE
Child (6 or under)
The Roman Guy offers a full refund on Group Tour cancellations made more than 72 hours prior to your tour taking place. Cancellations made within 72 hours of your tour taking place cannot be refunded but we will do our best to accommodate you on another tour or date, pending availability.
The Roman Guy offers a full refund on Private Tour cancellations made more than 7 days prior to your tour taking place. Cancellations made within 7 days of your tour taking place cannot be refunded but we will do our best to accommodate you on another tour or date, pending availability.
If you have any doubts about your mobility, we strongly suggest you take a private tour.
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We booked several tours with this company during our trip to Rome, Florence, and Venice. (Only went on tours is Rome and Florence) It is very very easWe booked several tours with this company during our trip to Rome, Florence, and Venice. (Only went on tours is Rome and Florence) It is very very east to get overwhelmed and it is worth to pay extra $$ for small or private tours. Worth every penny. All of the guides were very knowledgeable and the company is very easy to work with..more
This tour was fantastic ! Exploring Florence on foot is definitely the best way to do it because the renaissance in apparent everywhere in Florence ouThis tour was fantastic ! Exploring Florence on foot is definitely the best way to do it because the renaissance in apparent everywhere in Florence our friendly tour guide pointed this fun fact out to us. Highly recommend this tour if you want to fully experience the beauty of Florence. ..more
I studied the Renaissance and Michelangelo's work in college I've always wanted to visit Florence and see David in real life. This tour really surprisI studied the Renaissance and Michelangelo's work in college I've always wanted to visit Florence and see David in real life. This tour really surprised me and DID NOT disappoint. Our guide Elena was wonderful and the tour brought back so many memories of what I used to study as well as help me get my sense of direction in the ity. She showed us some hidden gems as well as famous sights during the city walking section of the tour. I've already recommended this tour to all my family and friends who can't wait to go to Florence! ..more
It's impossible to not fall in love with this city. Florence is surprisingly easy to discover by walk, and the streets are always little masterpieces.It's impossible to not fall in love with this city. Florence is surprisingly easy to discover by walk, and the streets are always little masterpieces. I recommend this tour because of the beauty of the city, our friendly and professional guide, and the amazing local food we tasted!..more
Loved this walking tour of Florence we took. Got to see the city in under 3 hours and take in some incredible scenes and sights. Our tour guide Elena Loved this walking tour of Florence we took. Got to see the city in under 3 hours and take in some incredible scenes and sights. Our tour guide Elena was friendly and v knowledgeable. Would highly recommend this if you are going to Florence...more