Save time coming with us by high-speed train from Rome to Florence and join our Monolingual Small group Walking tour to visit the Brunelleschi’s dome, the Baptistry Doors, Palazzo Vecchio, Ponte Vecchio and 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.
• Enjoy riding on a Frecciarossa high-speed train returning to Rome with plenty more time to explore • Meet up with a “meet-and-greet” local host at Rome Termini railway station • Meet your tour leader on arrival at Florence Railway Station • Walking monolingual small group tour ( max 18) : Brunelleschi’s Dome, The Baptistery, Signoria Sq., Palazzo Vecchio (Old palace), Ponte Vecchio (old brige), Repubblica Square and much more.... • Wine glass of Chianti with a platter of Tuscan Salami and Cheese • Possibility to add a last minute small group tour to the Uffizi or Accademia Gallery Explore the historical centre of the iconic city of Florence, the Capital of Tuscany that boasts an historical- artistic legacy known throughout the world. Its historic center is a living archive of both European and Italian cultures, and your guide will lead you to discover its unforgettable highlights: 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, nearbythe Loggia della Signoria, an authentic open-air art gallery. Adjacent to Piazza della Signoria, you’ll see the building of the Uffizi, hosting the famous art gallery, and its Vasari corridor that leads to the famous Ponte Vecchio. After the aperitif, if you’d like, you’ll have the chance to “meet” the famous David in the Accademia Gallery (not included) with our skip the line entrance or, if you prefer, you may dip into a journey through the Italian art and history visiting the Uffizi Gallery and its unforgettable masterpieces by Leonardo, Botticelli, Raphael and many other Renaissance artists. At the end of the tour, board your high speed train and relax while reaching Rome after your extraordinary trip through history, art and tradition.NOTE: the Accademia and Uffizi tour is not available on the first Sunday of the month and on Mondays