Explore Florence by bike and see Michelangelo’s sculpture of 'David' on an exciting Super Saver that combines two top-selling Florence tours at a discounted price! Start the experience in the morning or afternoon, and enjoy a 2.5-hour bike tour of Florence, which includes a coffee or gelato, plus a 1.5-hour skip-the-line tour of the Accademia Gallery — home to some of the world’s finest examples of Renaissance art.
Discover the beauty of Florence by Bike and meet David, the greatest masterpiece by Michelangelo.This city is perfect for biking and Florence bike tours take you where the bus tours can’t go, in pedestrian areas and little tiny streets. It will take you less time then any walking tours, showing you roads out of the usual tourist paths, too far to be reached by foot, too tiny for a bus!In 2 and 1/2 hours you will visit all the major tourist attractions, under the experienced guidance of our entertaining and fun, professional HISTORY-GUIDE.During our bike tours in Florence, you will ride through the narrow streets of the main center and the Oltrarno reaching the most amazing monuments of Florence and unknown spots from where to admire the city: Santa Maria Novella, the artisans district, Palazzo Pitti, San Frediano, Ponte Vecchio (the old bridge), the Uffizi square, Santa Croce, Piazza della Signoria, the medieval district, the Duomo, and Piazza della Repubblica...Along this pleasant stroll in Florence, we will stop at several locations for history explanations and fun facts about the city.Relax, enjoy the tour and even taste a wonderful Gelato in the Oltrarno district! (included) Our guides will help you discover the most of the "cradle of the Renaissance" in the less time and in the funniest way.. simply perfect as an introduction as well as for veterans.After this guided bike tour, take a little 30 minutes break, and continue the adventure!Among the other Florence bike tours, this one will let you enter the Accademia Gallery museum with a fast-track ticket and discover the original Michelangelo's masterpiece that has become the symbol of Renaissance splendour. The David.Admire it from every perspective, gaze in awe at David, that dominates the central gallery of the museum.The David was sculpted by a very young Michelangelo (in his twenties) entirely from a single block of local Carrara marble and it's 5.17 metres tall (17 ft). It represents the biblical hero David that killed Goliath and when it was unveiled, in 1504, it soon came to symbolize the defense of the civil liberties embodied in the Florentine Republic.Admire also Michelangelo's famously unfinished sculptures - Prigioni and San Matteo.The Accademia Gallery houses also many other masterpieces, both paintings and sculptures, from the Middle Ages to Renaissance, by the greatest artists, like Botticelli, Paolo Uccello, Andrea del Sarto and many more, which you will discover with your knowledgeable English-speaking guide.Eitherway, we're sure you'll agree that biking is the best way to see the "cradle of the Renaissance"; what a better way to conclude it with the view of the authentic David?