If it is your first time in Florence, our tour is the best way to have a total vision of the center of this historic city. Join our Monolingual Small group walking tour to visit the Brunelleschi’s dome, the Baptistry Doors, Palazzo Vecchio, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria and admire the building of the Uffizi Gallery and Vasari corridor before relaxing in Repubblica Square with an excellent glass of Chianti wine and Tuscan salami snack. Continue the tour skipping the line with our guide to admire the imposing statue of Michelangelo’s David, the symbol of the Republic of Florence, and other important sculptures.
Monolingual Small group tourVisit Florence’s best-known treasures, including the Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria and more...Skip the line in Accademia GalleryHear about the history, culture, and Michelangelo’s David, I Prigioni and much more...Take pleasure sipping Chianti wine and tasting typical Tuscan appetizers (cheese and salami)Groups are limited to 18 people making sure you receive proper attentionCome to our meeting point in the heart of Florence, the Capital of Tuscany, that boasts an historical- artistic legacy known throughout the world. Here, just a few steps away from the Brunelleshi’s Dome, we will start our city tour with our Monolingual Small group. Walking through the historic alleys, we will have the oppor-tunity to hear the history of famous monuments such as Florence Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore and its Brunelleschi’s dome and the Baptistry Doors by Ghiberti. See the Palazzo Vecchio, dominating Piazza della Signoria, symbol of the power of Florence during the medieval and Renaissance times and, close to it, Loggia della Signoria, an authentic open-air art gallery. Adjacent to Piazza della Signoria, you’ll see the building of theUffizi, hosting the famous art gallery, and its Vasari corridor that leads to the famous Ponte Vecchio. At the end of the tour enjoy a glass of Chianti Classic wine and Tuscan snacks (cheese and salami). After the aperitif, and 2 hours of free time, our guide will wait for you at our meeting point to continue the tour. Skip the line with our guide to discover more about this imposing statue of a young hero, which became the symbol of the Republic of Florence. This museum displays other important sculptures by Michelangelo, such as I Prigioni (The Incarcerated) and San Matteo (St Matthew), together with an interesting collection 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 member, the Prince Ferdinando, Grand Duke of Tuscany. After the tour, if you’d like, you can remain inside the gallery until closing time.