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Accademia Gallery Tickets with Audio-Guide

Come with us and visit Accademia Gallery, one of the most famous galleries in the world, with skip-the-line access with an audio guide included!

  Duration: 1:15h
  Hosted in: EN / ES

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Accademia Gallery Tickets with Audio-Guide

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€ 41.00
About This Tour
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Skip the Line
Audio Guide - Headphones
Last Minute Ticket
Mobile Voucher
Printed Voucher
Group: Max 20 people

What you'll do

Take yourself on a trip to the Accademia Gallery with skip-the-line access! Learn about the history of the museum as well as the masterful artworks displayed including Michelangelo's statue of David. Immerse yourself in the art of Michelangelo and see his other works such as "I Prigioni", "San Matteo" and "Palestrina Pietà".

You can visit the Accademia Gallery with complete freedom and at your own pace. An audio guide with expert art historians, recorded in multiple languages, will be available to you.[readmore] With both skip-the-line tickets and an audio guide, you will have an uninterrupted and undisturbed opportunity to explore the Accademia Gallery. Take your time and soak up some of the most famous art in one of the most famous museums in the world!

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Included / Excluded
Ticket for Accademia Gallery
Skip-the-Line Access
Reservation and Booking Fee
Accademia Gallery Audio Guide
Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off
Food and Drink

Before You Go

Tour does not operate on Mondays, May 1, Dec 25 and Jan 1 and the first Sunday of the month

Please wear comfortable shoes and appropriate clothes to visit museums or places of worship

Children under the age of 7 go for free but without audio guides

For cancellation made less than 48 hours before the tour departure and in case of no show, there will be no refund

The museum entry can be delayed by security reasons, depending on the amount of people inside

Meeting Point

Via Ricasoli, 58/60, 50129 Firenze Florence, Italy.

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Tour Highlights

Tuscany is a chest of natural and historical treasures hard to see all during a short holiday. There are so many places to see in Florence, and that's just one city! If your time is limited, the decision making about what to see in Florence gets harder.

Booking the best day trips around Florence with us solves this headache. In just a few hours, you will be able to witness the most amazing panoramas Florence has to offer as well as get a nice introduction to the city's history and structure.

Moreover, you will get to see one of the most visited Florence attractions, the Accademia Gallery. Besides visiting the statue of David and other important works with an expert commentary on our guides, you will save a great deal of time bypassing the ever-present queues in front of the gallery. The tour comes with an exclusive skip the line Florence Accademia and Duomo Florence tickets.

History Sneak Peek

Florence is an ancient city hiding among the rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside. Its most known as the cradle of the Renaissance and home to Michelangelo's David. However, there is much more to the city.

Who founded Florence?

Florence's history goes back impressive 2000 years! In fact, the elegant city we know and love today came into existence in 59 BC, thanks to Julius Caesar himself. He meant to serve as a haven for military veterans but, through history,  the city exceeded all expectations!

Advantageous Location

Florence flourished rapidly for a simple reason. It happened to be situated on excellent farming land as well as the main travel route between Rome and the north of Italy. Little by little, it became the most influential city in the region as well as a bustling commercial and banking hub.

The Hub of Arts and Sciences

Thanks to the economic prosperity, the city became a center for innovation and artistic exploration. In fact, the most talented artists and scientists of the time gathered in Florence to invent and create. The most notable name include Michelangelo, Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, Galilei, and Leonardo da Vinci.

Brith of Accademia Gallery

In 1784, Pietro Leopoldo, the Grand Duke of Tuscany, founded Accademia Gallery. It formerly served as a teaching facility for the adjacent Academy of Fine Arts. Before it became a museum, the Accademia halls used to display inspiring artworks and didactic models for to-be artists.

If you don't have much time to spend in Florence but you dream of a comfortable and convenient travel experience, book your Florence day tour with us! We guarantee the best views and no hassle.

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