Explore the Renaissance area in Florence on a full access private experience, together with your favorite local. Skip the line with a priority pass to famous museums like Museo dell’opera & Museo della Misericordia. And go all the way up the Duomo with a reserved spot and enjoy the view!
A trip to Florence is equal to a trip back in time to the Renaissance era. Discover the architectonic gems & masterpieces brought to life during the Renaissance on a private tour that gives you full access to the best museums, the Duomo, and palaces. During the Renaissance, Florence had wealthy families that helped this era flourish and one of them was the Strozzi family. Their palace was built as a symbol of power over one family in specific, the Medici’s, and as soon as you step foot in this place, you can see why. Walk through its courtyards and listen to the incredible stories of rivalry between these two families. Ready for a hidden gem? Step into a quiet square where you can find unique architectonic masterpieces that represent different times through the Renaissance era. There are three buildings that stand out, of three different families and each with an interesting story. Let’s see if you can spot the hidden symbols engraved in their walls! And after all that history, you deserve a tasty treat! Enjoy the best gelato in town, made daily and with exclusive flavors that showcase the freshness of this treat. Prefer an Italian coffee? We got you covered! Two highlights you cannot miss in Florence and that exude Renaissance vibes are the Signoria Square & Palazzo Vecchio. This square is a political cradle of the Renaissance and each of the statues here have a political connotation worth knowing. Good thing you have a knowledgeable local by your side! Go to Dante’s district and get a more intimate look at his life. Follow his footsteps, and hear stories about his muse Beatrice and its faith away from Florence. You will also pay a visit to the palace of the wealthiest family during the Renaissance era, the Medici family. Find out about the big influence this family had in the city and on the upbringing of the Renaissance era itself. To complete your trip back in time, go to Brunelleschi's Dome and check out this masterpiece that up until this day, still marvels experts with its design and construction method. Step inside with a priority pass to Museo dell’opera and if you wish to, request beforehand to reserve a visit to the top of the Duomo and from where you can enjoy a magnificent view over the cathedral. In this square you can also find Museo della Misericordia, where you’ll have a skip the line ticket ready for you so you can go explore without waiting! You full-access ticket will last 72 hours so you can go whenever it suits you best.