Save time joining us on our monolingual small group tour to discover the secrets behind Botticelli’s masterpie-ces and the story of the Uffizi Gallery and to admire the imposing statue of Michelangelo’s David, the symbol of the Republic of Florence, and other important sculptures.
• Monolingual small group tour max 18 pax • Hear about the history, culture, and important characters of the birthplace of the Renaissance and admire works by the great artists: Botticelli, Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio and many others. • Admire the Michelangelo’s David sculpture. • Skip the line to Uffizi and Accademia Gallery1st part:Two-hours guided tour: our monolingual guide will accompany you through an amazing journey of the Italian art and history. You can admire works by great artists: Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio and many others. Our guided tour will let you discover the secrets behind Botticelli’s ma-sterpieces, such as Primavera (Spring) and the Birth of Venus, hosted in a special room dedicated to one of the most appreciated artists of the Renaissance. The Uffizi art gallery offers you a wide range of gold-background panels, refined paintings, ancients’ sculptures, but also an insight into the Medici family. From the Uffizi ter-race you will enjoy a panoramic view of the Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace) and the key monuments of Florence. After this tour your guide will continue with the visit of the Accademia Gallery.In this 2nd part of the tour you will discover more about the imposing statue of a young hero, David, which became the symbol of the Republic of Florence. This museum displays other important sculptures by Miche-langelo, such as I Prigioni (The Incarcerated) and San Matteo (St Matthew), together with an interesting col-lection of religious paintings and panels. A special section of the Accademia gallery is dedicated to the musical instruments, showing an original Stradivari’s viola belonged to one of the Medici’s members, the Prince Ferdi-nando, Grand Duke of Tuscany. After the tour, if you’d like, you can remain inside the gallery until closing time.