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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 16 3h EN / ES / RU
EN / SP / RU

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Included
Walking tour Florence Italy
All tickets and reservation fees for all the museums
Fast Track Access to Accademia museums
Access to Ponte Vecchio
Entrance to Piazza Signoria
Dantes quarter and Duomo (exterior)
Access to Orsanmichele Church and Santa Croce (inside)
Travel insurance and other emergencies
Headset (Wi-Fi) you can always hear your guide
Not Included
Hotel pick-up and drop off
Transportation
Food, liquors, beers and bottled beverages

Advantages
Guarantee Entrance
Fast Track Access Ticket
Audio Guide - Headphones
Licensed Guides
Last Minute Tour
Mobile Voucher
Printed Voucher
Easy Cancellation
Key Details
Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday
Collection point: Visit Today - Via della Condotta 12, (first floor), Florence, 50122, Italy
Group: Max 25 people

Before You Go

Prices for Children from 0-12 years old: free of charge

Wi-Fi whispers will be provided to each client to hear the guide clearly.

Maximum 25 persons will be in the groups.

Not recommended for people with walking disabilities as it will be alot walking around florence

Check-in closes 30 min before departure of Florence guided tours


Description

Only got one day in Florence? No worries! You can still experience the city to the fullest. Our walking tour of Florence includes a skip the line Accademia Florence tickets with a guided tour as well as a walking tour of the city. You will kick off your day by visiting the gallery and the legendary statue of David. After a lunch break, you'll continue to explore the facts and secrets of Florentine history from the city's Roman origins. Our expert guide will lead you from the Ponte Vecchio, through Piazza Signoria, Dantes quarter, pass the awe-inspiring Brunelleschi's Duomo to the Orsanmichele Church (Kitchen Garden of St. Michael).

Tour Highlights

When traveling to Italy, visiting Florence is probably on the top of your To-Do list. The issue is, thousands of other eager travelers have the same plan! Situated in the midst of the rolling hills of Tuscany, Florence is one of the most remarkable cities in Europe. There isn't a day Florentine streets are entirely free of tourists. Most of the time, the lines to enter the city's busiest landmarks are long and unforgiving. Plus, there is so much to do! It's often hard to decide what to see in Florence when the time is scarce.


Buying the best walking tour in Florence with us will not only provide you with an excellent insight into Florentine history but also a skip-the-line access to the Statue of David in the halls of Accademia Gallery. Our guide will help you unravel why David became the symbol of Florence; what the statue represented in his time; how did the Michelangelo tackle the challenge of creating Piet ? and more!


In a nutshell, the tour combines the best of the Florences most famous landmark as well as an excellent grasp of the architecture and history of the city center. We promise to deliver the best of the Florence guided walking tours you can do in a day while still have time left to explore on your own. Furthermore, we provide a comfortable online booking as well as a full refund if you change your plans (at least one day in advance).

History Sneak Peek

Florence is most known as the birthplace of the Renaissance, home to the most spectacular artistic treasures created during this period.


Florence: The Beginning


While you might know Florence for its achievements during the Middle Ages, the city's history goes way further! In fact, the gentle, artistic Florence was founded in 59 BC by the (in)famous Julius Caesar as a haven for military veterans as well as military design. Hard to imagine a military Florence today, isn't it?


Growth and Prosperity


However, since Florence happened to be situated on land great for farming AND on a major travel route between northern Italy and Rome, it grew into a bustling commercial hub. In addition to all that, the city became an important banking center with the powerful Medici banking family as its ultimate puppet master!


The Cradle of the Renaissance 


Its the economic flourishing that created a perfect atmosphere for the creation of art. This movement led to the establishment of the Accademia Gallery initially a school for aspiring artists. Many of the most influential artists of the time gathered in Florence to create their masterpieces, including Botticelli, Michelangelo, Ghirlandaio and Leonardo da Vinci.


These are just a few crumbs of the rich history waiting for you in the streets of Florence. Don't wait any longer and book your guided walking tour in Florence Italy with fast-track access to Accademia Gallery today!


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