Accompanied by your own private guide, you can discover some of the most fascinating locations of Florence city center and top attractions of the city on a 4 hours walking tour, the tour includes the Accademia Gallery too. Florence with a private guide is the best way to experience and get the feeling of this wonderful city. Discover Florence with a private professional guide who will reveal all the most hidden spots as well as the highlights that you cannot miss like Michelangelo's David. Discover the main attractions, such as Piazza della Signoria, the Ponte Vecchio and hidden gems of this magic city.
Accompanied by your own official private guide, you can explore the rich history and top attractions of Florence on a 4 hours walking tour that includes the Accademia Gallery too. Florence is like a large living open air museum spanning 2.000 years of history, your guide will bring the past to life but also show you aspects of Florence as it is today. The jewel of Renaissance Italy, Florence is a city of timeless beauty and myriad artistic treasures. The tour starts from your hotel and includes: the religious center of the city with the Cathedral and the Baptistery (lines at the entrance of the Cathedral can be very long, and there is no possible way to skip them, so the guide will decide with you at the moment what you want to do according to the time you have at your disposal), S.Lorenzo area (famous for the market), Piazza della Signoria (the political heart, overlooked by the famous and imposing Palazzo Vecchio), Ponte Vecchio (the old bridge), Oltrarno (other side of the river famous for workshops and traditions) and Via Tornabuoni with all the famous shops and brands. Walk to the Accademia, where you will have preferential entrance and see the original Michelangelo's David and the Prisoners. Take time to view David in the central gallery, admiring its beauty from every perspective. Michelangelo was only in his early 20s when he carved the 17-foot (5.17-meter) statue from a single block of Carrara marble. Tour ends out of the Accademia Museum.