Walk in Florence and Then Meet David

79
  • Duration:
  • Priority access
  • Photos without flash
  • Guided tour
  • Accessible

Description

Michelangelo's greatest masterpiece is David, and here he is.

Duration

Hours passed by for a total of 4, bringing us closer to the end of the day. The clock seemed to tick louder with each passing moment, reminding us that time stops for no one. It was a constant reminder that we needed to make the most of the precious time given to us. Occasionally, a distraction would come along to break up the monotony, making the hours feel slightly shorter. However, for the most part, we soldiered on through the lengthy stretch of time until we reached our intended destination.

About

San Matteo and Prigioni, two of Michelangelo's well-known incomplete sculptures, are definitely worth admiring.
In Florence's Accademia Gallery, you will also be able to view a myriad of exceptional artwork, encompassing both paintings and sculptures, that span from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. This collection includes numerous pieces crafted by world-renowned artists such as Botticelli, Paolo Uccello, Andrea del Sarto, and others that your expert English-speaking guide will help you uncover.

One of the UNESCO's world heritage sites, this charming city invites you to savor its essence completely.

Stroll through Florence and appreciate its charms, and then engage the services of an English-speaking guide to explore the city's top museums. Marvel at David, Michelangelo's legendary work, and immerse yourself in the works of Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci and other artists at the acclaimed Uffizi Gallery with a reputable Uffizi guided tour. Lastly, discover the concealed stories and histories of the Vasari Corridor, the secretive passageway of the Medici family.

With an expert and entertaining tour guide, experience the exceptional secular history and stunning charm of Florence's captivating center.

Florence's architectural and historic evolution from Roman times to the Renaissance and modern era is what our tour is all about. We delve into the foundational Roman origins, medieval eras, and the city's Renaissance glories.

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Join our guide as they lead you to where some of the greatest artists and thinkers of all time have found inspiration. You'll visit Piazza della Signoria, the Duomo, Pontevecchio Bridge, Baptistery, Santa Trinita, Orsanmichele Church, and plenty of other hidden gems along the way, including the elusive Vasari Corridor.

With a priority entrance ticket, swiftly venture into the Accademia Gallery Museum to witness the emblem of Renaissance splendor - Michelangelo's original masterpiece: The David.

Cancellation Policy

Clients will receive a full refund or credit when they cancel their activity at least 48 hours in advance.
If you do not show up for your activity, you will be charged the full price.

Meeting Point

Piazza Mentana 2r, Florence (Italy)

Walking tour Meeting Point: Florencetown Booking Office, Piazza Mentana 2r, 50122 Firenze. Departure Time 10:00
Academy Gallery tour Meeting Point: ACCADEMIA GALLERY
Accademia Ticket Office Via Ricasoli, 58/60, Florence "look for Florencetown tour guide in front of civic number 58" Departure Time 13:00

Clients are required to be at the meeting point 15 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time.

To remember


When arranging your travel, keep in mind that a delay, regardless of how brief, is unacceptable. If you miss the opportunity, you won't receive any reimbursement, not even a fraction of it.

We have a strict policy that mandates any children or teenagers under the age of 18 to be accompanied by an adult at all times. Failure to follow this regulation will result in the individual being excluded from participation, and no refund will be given.

Any disability or mobility issue among our clients should be informed to us beforehand so we can make appropriate arrangements. We will try our utmost to make it convenient for them.
Inside the museums, one rule is that large bags and containers of liquids are prohibited.

Entering the museum through the wait-less door doesn't mean you can skip the security check, which unfortunately could hold you up for a bit.

Pets are not allowed on this tour, important to note.

Unforeseen operational requirements could potentially lead to minor modifications in the outlined itineraries.