To reach Michelangelo's David, follow the cobblestone alleys and domes that guide you through.
Hours, 4.5 in total.
Discover the quintessence of Renaissance sculpture in Florence, the “cradle of the Renaissance”. This gorgeous city gave birth to thousands of artistic masterpieces and countless ideas. Don't miss the chance to gaze upon Michelangelo’s David, a true masterpiece!
Our Private Walking Tour and Michelangelo’s David is a distinct experience, deliberately crafted to provide your group with an elite encounter. With priority access tickets to the Accademia Gallery, a licensed professional, and a private guide, you're in for a treat.
Led by your own private English-speaking guide, embark on an unforgettable tour of Florence, a spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll the beautiful cobblestone alleys and breathtaking squares of the city center. Gain insight into Florence's vibrant past, culture, and mesmerizing customs while you explore renowned landmarks and attractions such as Piazza della Signoria, Santa Trinita, the Baptistery, Ponte Vecchio, and the Duomo.
Skip the lines and get priority access to the Accademia Gallery, home to Michelangelo's celebrated masterpiece, the David. The sculpture, created between 1501 and 1504, represents the defense of civil liberties that the Republic of Florence embodied. A city-state that was pitted against more powerful rivals and controlled by the looming Medici family, the statue was originally displayed next to the city's town hall before being relocated to the Accademia from Piazza della Signoria in 1873. The gallery is a must-see attraction for those seeking inspiration in one of the most famous works of Renaissance sculpture.
Embark on a Renaissance tour led by your guide, discovering the historical and artistic significance of David, while basking in the magnificence of Michelangelo's incomplete works such as the Pietà, the Prisoners and St. Matthew. Additionally, take the opportunity to feast your eyes on other impressive art pieces on exhibition including religious paintings from the 13th to the 16th century, plaster sculptures from the 19th century and even a rare assortment of antique musical instruments from the Cherubini Conservatory - should time permit.
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. Speaking guide licensed in English
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A walking tour that spans 2 and 1/2 hours.
(skip the line ticket) - Accademia Gallery entrance