Tours of Florence and Tuscany
Florence is a feast of Renaissance art and delicious Florentine food and wine. With so much to see and do, taking a guided tour of Florence or a wine tour in Tuscany is a smart place to start. Most visitors to Florence make a point of seeing the Uffizi Gallery, Michelangelo's David, the Duomo of Florence and the Piazza della Signoria. Visiting the best local Florentine restaurants is also a priority.
All our guided tours of Florence include an English-speaking guide with expertise in sharing their passion for Florentine art, history, architecture, local culture and cuisine. For art-lovers we recommend our Florence walking tour with Michelangelo's David or our guided Uffizi tour with skip the line tickets. And we always say, when in Florence go on a day trip to the Tuscan countryside! We offer full-day wine tours of Tuscany that transport you to world-class vineyards in Chianti and Montalcino.
Visit the best things to see in Florence on a three hour guided walking tour. Led by a local expert English-speaking guide, our Florence walking tour includes Michelangelo's David, Florence's Duomo, the Piazza della Signoria and hidden gems.
Led by a local foodie expert, our local Florence Food Tour includes lunch in the Sant'Ambrogio market, tasting the best local foods and authentic Tuscan "vino" (wine). Immerse yourself in the food culture of Florence and Tuscany.
Taste the best local Florentine cuisine on our Delicious Florence Evening Food Tour. Sample Tuscan wine and truffles, Florentine steak, pasta and Italian deserts (including gelato). Includes a walk to Piazza Della Signoria and Ponte Vecchio Bridge.
Calling all art lovers! The Uffizi Gallery is filled with artwork from renown Italian Renaissance artists including Michelangelo, Leonardo, Caravaggio & Botticelli. This is one of the best Uffizi Tours with skip the line Uffizi tickets.
Florence is the Renaissance capital of the world. Our Florence in a Day Tour covers all the best things to do, plus hidden gems, including the Uffizi, Michelangelo's David, and Florence's Duomo. And of course, the best gelato in Florence too!