See the most famous sites of Florence in a single day with this combo tour: “Best of Florence” and “Uffizi Gallery". Walk through the city center and be inspired by Michelangelo’s works at the Accademia, and Botticelli’s masterpieces in the Uffizi.
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Visit one of the most famous museums in the world with this ticket that lets you skip the queue. From Michelangelo and Mantegna to Rembrandt and Rubens, this museum contains an extraordinary collection of some of the best paintings and sculptures ever created.
Beat the queues and surround yourself with Michelangelo's most fascinating works on this tour of the Accademia. Listen to your expert guide recount the extraordinary events surrounding the world's most celebrated sculpture, David. Linger over this poised and graceful embodiment of the ideals of Renaissance art.
See Florence from a different perspective, as you walk along the elevated corridor which connects the town hall, Palazzo Vecchio, with the old residence of the royal family, Palazzo Pitti. Complete your experience with a guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery’s collection of masterpieces.
Travel through the beautiful Tuscan countryside and reach Pisa in this half-day tour from Florence. Explore the architectural magnificence of this city and admire the famous Leaning Tower. Stop for photos by the iconic monument and learn more about the history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Spend a day exploring 2 of the most picturesque towns in the Tuscan region. Start at Pisa, world renowned for its Leaning Tower, and stroll around the wide square of “Piazza dei Miracoli.” Head to beautiful Lucca and take a walk through its historical center before tasting the local sweet specialty, the “Buccellato.”
Enjoy this splendid excursion to the university city of Pisa, famous for its architectural history and beauty. Take a guided tour of Piazza dei Miracoli, where you can explore the Cathedral, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Baptistery, and other important historical monuments.
Get the fast track to Florence’s most important sights. Visit the imposing Duomo, the elegant Uffizi Square, and the Accademia Gallery housing Michelangelo’s David, all without lining up. Stroll the streets of the historic centre on a 3-hour walking tour that will unveil all of this timeless city’s gems.
This unique tour of Florence will introduce you to the real life locations that inspired Dan Brown's novel Inferno. Follow in the footsteps of the main characters to discover the mysterious settings of the story, including Dante's Church, the Secret Passages, and Palazzo Vecchio.
Immerse yourself in Italian Renaissance art in the palatial surroundings of the Uffizi Gallery. Marvel at works of art from such masters as Botticelli, Titian, Michelangelo, and da Vinci. Listen to your expert guide explain the evolution of Renaissance art as you soak up an unrivalled collection of world-famous paintings.
Treat your five senses to the beauty of Italy's great art cities: Pisa, Lucca, and Forte dei Marmi. In addition to visiting great works of art, this day tour makes time for shopping, dining, and relaxing on the beach.
Choose between 2 small-group walking tours that explore different sides of Florentine life. See the everyday lives of Italians on the Florence Evening Tour, or admire impressive works of art at the Uffizi Gallery.
Uncover the secret hidden spaces, stairways, and passages of Palazzo Vecchio on a “revealing” guided tour. Discover the intriguing hidden side of Palazzo Vecchio that has only recently become available to the public.
Cruise effortlessly through Florence's city center through romantic streets, across splendid piazzas and down winding alleyways. The Segway is the most innovative way to explore this wonderful city, and as you listen to your guided tour, you learn all about the past and present of the birthplace of Renaissance art and architecture.
Discover Tuscany during a scenic horseback ride to a 17-century villa estate. Enjoy a wine-and-olive oil tasting and a traditional Tuscan lunch while learning about wine and olive oil production in the Chianti region.
Built as a personal mausoleum for the Medici family, this museum houses one of the masterpieces of Italian Renaissance architecture and sculpture: the New Sacristy designed by Michelangelo. With this ticket, you can skip the queue to view this ornate, octagonal chapel.