UFFIZI GALLERY VISIT + WALKING TOUR

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From EUR 70

Visit the Uffizi Gallery, the most important art museum in Italy that houses paintings from the Middle Ages to the 19th-Century, and then take a walking tour through Florence admiring the stunning architecture of the UNESCO World Heritage city of Florence.

In Winter Season the Tour include the visit to the Uffizi with the Walking Tour " Best of Florence " a classic Grand Walking Tour which is ideal for those interested in admiring the monuments worldwide famous.

In the Summer season we combine the visit of the Uffizi Gallery with the walking Tour " The Medici's ".


CALENDAR  

  •  Tuesday -  Saturday - Sunday 

(From the 1st of November 2017 to the 31st of March 2018)

 

  • Wednesday - Friday - Sunday

( From 1 April to 31 october 2018)


LANGUAGES

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Other languages upon request

DEPARTURE

  • UFFIZI at 12pm + WALKING TOUR at 2.30pm - in Winter Season
  • UFFIZI at 11,00 am + WALKING TOUR at 3,30 pm - in Summer Season

MEETING POINT

  • Uffizi Gallery at the statue of Dante Alighieri
  • Signoria Square at the Statue of Cosimo de Medici on horseback  ( Tour Best of Florence )
  • San Marco Square at the Statue of Manfredo Fanti ( Tour " The Medici's )

CHECK IN

  • 15 minutes in advance

DURATION

  • 3h and 30 minutes

DISCOUNT

  • For children and groups

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Uffizi Gallery
  • Signoria Square
  • Ponte Vecchio
  • Pitti Palace
  • Republic Square
  • Duomo Cathedral
  • Santa Croce Church

INCLUSIONS

  • Licensed guide
  • Earphones
  • Skip-the-line tickets for the Uffizi Gallery
  • Coffee or cappuccino in winter season

NOTES

  •  The tour takes place rain or shine

 

Additional Information

meeting _point
Uffizi Gallery at the statue of Dante Alighieri + Signoria Square at the Statue of Cosimo de Medici on horseback  (Tour Best of Florence) + San Marco Square at the Statue of Manfredo Fanti (Tour " The Medici's)
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EUR 70
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Route

  1. Uffizi Gallery
  2. San Marco Square