Code: STT_AM6


Traverse Florence’s rich artistic legacy with a full-immersion experience of the city’s top sights, skipping long queues and enjoying lunch along the way. 

Our journey into the past begins with a stroll through Florence’s historic piazzas and winding streets, tracing the stories imprinted on the cityscape by its illustrious and notorious inhabitants. From Piazza della Repubblica we make our way to the magnificent Piazza della Signoria, the Renaissance city’s beating heart, site of Palazzo Vecchio and witness to bloody feuds and controversial burnings over the centuries. 

Crossing Ponte Vecchio, we arrive on the “other side of the Arno River” for the artisan workshops of the Oltrarno district and the imposing façade of Palazzo Pitti, home to the Medici grand dukes

Energized after a coffee break, we learn about the remarkable story behind the Duomo, Florence’s famous cathedral
We move forward  face-to-face with one of the true icons of the Renaissance: Michelangelo’s David, a symbol of Florence and the most famous sculpture in the world. 

It’s time for food — a typical Tuscan lunch and a glass of wine. 

With our energy renewed and an art appetite whetted, we spend the afternoon exploring the world’s biggest collection of Renaissance paintings at the Uffizi Gallery, unlocking the secrets to reading Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus" and “Primavera," and discovering just what it was that made Leonardo da Vinci’s paintings some of the most enigmatic works of art in the world. 
What is included in the tour:
  • Single-language walking tour conducted by a certified tour guide; 
  • Earphones to clearly follow your guide’s explanations;
  • Coffee; 
  • Lunch break (single-course meal, a glass of wine, water, and coffee);
  • Tickets with priority entrance and guided visits of the Accademia Gallery and Uffizi Gallery.

What is NOT included in the tour:
  • Tips.

What you will do on the tour:
  • Explore the best of Florence’s art, history, and architecture on foot;
  • Discover the stories behind the places, moments and people who shaped the cradle of the Renaissance;
  • Experience the most authentic districts of Florence north and south of the Arno River;
  • Enjoy a local Tuscan lunch; 
  • Explore the world’s biggest exhibition of Renaissance art, the Uffizi Gallery.

Main features:
  • Duration: around 7 hours;
  • Languages: Italian, English, Spanish, French, Polish, Chinese, German;
  • Meeting Point: Lungarno degli Acciaiuoli 32/r 50123 FIRENZE (arrive 15 mins in advance)
  • Available: Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday.

  • We accept electronic and printed vouchers.

Please Note


  • Group Max:
  • 7
  • audio system
  • priority entrance
  • Tour Guide


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Meeting Point: Lungarno degli Acciaiuoli 32/r 50123 FIRENZE (arrive 15 mins in advance)

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