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Small-Group Florence Day Tour with David, Duomo and Uffizi

  • See Florence’s most famous sights in a single day
  • Traveling with a small group makes for a personal experience
  • Guaranteed, skip-the-line access at the Accademia and Uffizi Galleries
Small-Group Florence Day Tour with David, Duomo and Uffizi
From US$131.90
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Small-Group Florence Day Tour with David, Duomo and Uffizi
From US$131.94

Florence is home to a heavy concentration of museums, architectural masterpieces, and Renaissance art—and on this small-group tour, you’ll get to see the major highlights in the space of a single day. Beat the crowds with skip-the-line access at the Accademia Gallery (home to Michelangelo’s David) and the Uffizi Gallery. You’ll also see Florence's Duomo, visit the city’s most scenic streets, and learn the history from your guide.

What to Expect

This whirlwind tour of Florence kicks off in the morning. Meet your guide at a conveniently located starting point, and set off for the Accademia Gallery in the company of a small group.

Your skip-the-line tickets mean you’ll head straight inside. Get up close and personal with Michelangelo’s David, see examples of his other work, and learn more of the history from your guide.

Next, continue to Florence’s Duomo, renowned for its soaring dome designed by Brunelleschi. Admire the landmark’s exterior and then discover the Florence Baptistery, located just adjacent, and its immense bronze doors sculpted by Ghiberti. Stroll through the Piazza della Signoria and admire the sights and outdoor sculptures.

Then you have time at your leisure for a relaxing lunch (own expense). Once refreshed, you’ll head to the final stop of the day: the Uffizi Gallery, among Europe’s most esteemed art museums.

With skip-the-line access, head straight inside to the chronologically oriented galleries. The museum is home to a huge array of masterpieces: begin with early Renaissance works by Cimabue and Giotto and continue onwards to High Renaissance masterpieces by Botticelli and Raphael before finishing with baroque canvases by Caravaggio.

The tour concludes in front of the Uffizi Gallery.

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Well organized, excellent guide

Vanessa was an excellent guide. Her depth of expert knowledge about Renaissance art and her enthusiasm for her native Firenze really came through. I like the way the tour is structured, with a break for lunch to relax and the rejoin the tour in the...More

Thank johngodfrey66
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fantastic Tour!

This tour was the best..........Paulo was a terrific guide, we covered a lot of ground and were told all of the stories tied to the sights............it was great!

Thank Shawn I
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Best Sights of Italy

Led by Mat who is the most informative and passionate about the subject guide. One of the best tours I have taken; learned so much and will remember forever. Could not have been a better experience.

Thank kristenmhayes
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Best Tour of Italy

We love Walks of Italy! They were incredible in both Florence and Rome. The amount of knowledge the guides have is absolutely remarkable. If you want to go to Florence and have the trip be informational and insightful, you gotta go with a tour and...More

Thank wanderlusttraveler94
Reviewed 17 May 2018
Perfect way to see the highlights of Florence

We only had three nights in Florence and so needed to make the best use of our time. This tour was perfect for showing us around the key sights in Florence without the bother of pre-booking our own tickets and getting in the queues for...More

Thank Andrew C
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6 June 2018|
Response from Andrew C | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the tour finishes in the Uffizi around 3 and you are free to stay in the museum until closing which I think is at 6