Meeting place easy to find the guide was 6 3 tall so he was easy to spot on the walk. Head phones and radio system a must due to all the noise. He knew all the answers that was put to him well worth the...More
Meet your guide and group at Accademia Gallery, where you’ll skip the often-two-hour-long lines. Once inside, you’ll admire the iconic sculpture of Michelangelo's David and other significant works of art. Hear fascinating information about them from your guide.
Next, you’ll tick off top Florence attractions such as Ponte Vecchio, the UNESCO-listed Brunelleschi’s Dome, and the Baptistry (Battistero). Listen to commentary that brings the landmarks to life before strolling past the Palazzo Vecchio, the statues of the Orsanmichele church, the Piazza della Repubblica, and Piazza della Signoria. Since you’ve booked a small group with no more than 15 people, you’ll have plenty of time to ask your guide questions.
Your tour concludes in central Florence.
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Wonderful tour with interesting details on Michelangelo, the Medicis and other characters from Florentine history. Our tour guide Ciara was well informed and entertaining and explained the significance of sculpture to the political and civic life of Florence. She also gave us great recommendations of...More
This tour was excellent! We skipped the LONG line to get into the Academia and our guide walked us straight through to the statue of David. She was so informative and welcomed our questions. We also spent time learning about some of the other statues...More
Our, guide, Ishmael, was super knowledgeable, but not in a boring way. He was passionate and took his time explaining various details of each location. For example, my families favorite was David. Ishmael walked us through each angle of David and explained what to look...More
Our guide Alessia was a wonderful font of knowledge on our tour today. It was fabulous to see David and the Accademia first thing (around 8.30am) as when we were finished, it was so busy! Alessia gave us so much information (sometimes too much!) and...More