Uffizi Gallery Guided Tour

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Category: Guided Tours
Location: Florence, Italy
Rating: 4.5 / 5
     (based on 11302 reviews)

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Tour language:
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Visit the Uffizi Gallery with a professional guide!

Don't miss the opportunity to transform your visit into a memorable experience. Booking a guided tour can make the difference!

Just try to imagine the overwhelming power of 45 rooms full of paintings... and now consider how much time are you planning to spend in the Uffizi... maybe just 2 or 3 hours? Result: a possible disaster. Sadly most of visitors forget that in approaching such an extraordinary collection what is really important is not to see everything, but to seize the essence of the masterpieces. It is necessary, if is your first time at the Uffizi, to focus on the highlights!

Allow a guide to explain you the technique, the historical context, the style, the iconography and the symbolic meanings of the 20/25 most famous paintings: in an hour an 30 minutes you will really understand and remember them forever. This will make your time valuable and your visit enjoyable. Small groups, experienced guides, it sounds great doesn't it? Remember, after the tour you can stay as long as you like and keep exploring the museum on your own.

To visit the Uffizi is like to take a journey across five centuries of Italian painting, don't start your journey unprepared!

The Tour will last 1 hour and 30 min., and will give you an high quality and entertaining introduction to these masterpieces of Florence!


Please note : the Tour is conducted only in English

What makes this Tour Unique?

  • Tour with a professional guide
  • Skip the line and don't waste your time
  • See famous masterpieces like the Michelangelo's Holy Family, the Botticelli's Birth of Venus and the Spring
  • Stay in the museum how long you want after the guided tour

Reduced and free tickets

Reduced/Half Ticket:

  • European Community citizens between 18 and 25 years old (valid identity document needed at the entrance)
  • Teachers from EU public institutes (Città del Vaticano, Montecarlo, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Repubblica di San Marino, Lichtestein included) with proof of tenure.

Free Ticket:

  • Citizens under 18 years old (valid identity document needed at the entrance)

Service fees and eventual temporary exhibition fees are always due.



On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday


12,30 or 1,00 pm


1 hour and 30 minutes



Meeting Point

15 minutes before the starting time, meet the guide in front of the GATE 3 (on the right-hand side coming from Signoria square, opposite to entrance gate). The guide will give you entrance tickets!


Local guide officially authorized.


Whisper System (included only for groups over 10 persons).

The Museum is located in the Piazzale degli Uffizi - Florence, between Signoria Square and the Arno river.


This museum is one of the main attractions of Florence, with its thousands of inestimable art works that cover the period of nearly five centuries.


When Cosimo I de 'Medici moved his residence to Palazzo Vecchio, ordered to clear out the administrative and judicial offices and between 1560 and 1570 engaged Giorgio Vasari to build a suitable seat for them (in fact the museum takes its name from this original destination); in 1565 he also built a corridor (the famous Vasari Corridor) which joined the Old Palace and the Pitti Palace.


In 1574 the first floor of this building was converted into a gallery of art works at the will of Francesco I de 'Medici, who commissioned the work to Buontalenti that later also realized the "Tribuna" to house the treasures of the Medici, and the Medici Theater. An important date for the Gallery was 1737, when Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici stipulated the "Convenzione" by which all the works here contained, were inextricably linked to the city of Florence. Even under the dynasty of Lorraine, the museum was enriched by works from every period and provenance, in order to create what is today the most important art gallery in Italy.


Florentine painters: Giotto, Masaccio, Michelangelo, Paolo Uccello, Cimabue, Leonardo da Vinci, Filippo Lippi, Sandro Botticelli, Pontormo, Rosso Fiorentino.

Italian painters: Gentile da Fabriano, Piero della Francesca, Duccio di Buoninsegna, Raffaello, Tiziano, Caravaggio, Simone Martini,  Perugino, Tintoretto, Veronese, Canaletto.

European painters: El Greco, Rubens, Rembrandt, Hugo Van der Goes, Hans Memling, Lucas Cranach, Albrecht Dürer.

Greatest works:

  • Michelangelo, Tondo Doni, 1506 approx.
  • Botticelli, The Spring, 1482 approx.
  • Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, 1484 approx.
  • Leonardo da Vinci, Annunciation, 1475 approx.
  • Tiziano, Venus of Urbino, 1538
  • Raphael, Portrait of Leo X, 1518 approx.
  • Caravaggio, Bacchus, 1597 approx.
31 Aug 2015
It is tough to say something original about Uffizi. Of course, it is without question the most iconic and highest profile site among many worthwhile attractions in Florence. The works of art are world famous and it undoubtedly ranks among the best museums in the world. Several of the most revered artists of all time are represented such as Botticelli,...
31 Aug 2015
If you do have the Firenze card, then the queue cutting is really worth it. this has a great deal of Renaissance art, painting, sculptures and a great view.
31 Aug 2015
Superb gallery need lots of time to see the whole gallery well signed and English translation on all exhibits.
30 Aug 2015
We opted for a more expensive ticket to get in that was led by a guide. We were also able to get in a day sooner. You need a reservation. Single admission on our own was only available in 3 days but the guided tour was avail in 2. Definitely worth the extra 20E so as to be expertly guided...
30 Aug 2015
Leonardo, Titian and Botticelli oh my. Seeing The Birth of Venus was my whole reason for coming to Florence and the Uffizi. This gallery packs in a who's who of the Renaissance. It wasn't too crowded in the morning which was a huge bonus. Our hotel booked reservations or get online tickets. As a perfect end to our visit we...
30 Aug 2015
I did not go into the Uffuzi, but just to see the work in tha piazza and outside, the sculptures are breathtaking, the workmanship brilliant
30 Aug 2015
Uffizi is one of the wonder of Italy or maybe the world. The gallery is so beatifully designed. I can not imagine the works done to design and built it. It is a must visit if you are in Italy.
30 Aug 2015
The queue wasn't as long as I expected, and was completely in the shade. Unless you're really impatient or in a hurry, I suggested queuing up instead of paying extra to jump the queue. I don't think I queued much longer than an hour, which is less than I expected. The fact that EU citizens under 25 get to go...
30 Aug 2015
A lots of sculptures and paintings of famous painters, makes this a great experience :-) Even though we had to stand in line for about 30 minutes, it was worth it. And since they let groups of people (about 30) inside every 20 minutes or so, it did not get crowded in front of the most famous paintings and sculptures...
30 Aug 2015
I visited Uffizi museum with a friend in late August 2015. Overall the experience was positive - the art on show is spectacular, and it is well, logically organized. Logistics of the visit are slightly messy. We booked the tickets for the gallery in advance, had to pick them up 10 mins before our selected time slot from one kassa...
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