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Uffizi, Accademia and Santa Croce Basilica Guided Tour

Highlights
  • 6-hour Florence tour focused on art, architecture, and history
  • Wander the famous Uffizi Gallery to see Renaissance masterpieces
  • Explore two of the city’s most famous cathedrals, Santa Croce and Santa Maria del Fiore
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Uffizi, Accademia and Santa Croce Basilica Guided Tour
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Overview

Led by a historian guide, this 6-hour art and architecture tour of Florence includes the city’s most iconic landmarks. You will skip the lines for easy entry at both the Uffizi and Accademia galleries to see masterpieces by Italian artists including Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci. After browsing at the marketplace on Ponte Vecchio, this tour includes an interior exploration of the Florence Duomo and the Santa Croce Basilica.

What to Expect

Skip the line at the city’s best museums (including the Uffizi Gallery) with this 6-hour art and architecture tour of Florence. Led by a historian guide, this tour leads the way to masterpieces by Italian artists such as Leonardo da Vinci.

At the renowned Accademia Gallery, you will see Michelangelo’s iconic sculpture of David, where it has been admired since 1873. The itinerary includes a stop at the marketplace on Ponte Vecchio and at several of the city’s most famous religious landmarks including Orsanmichelle Church, the Santa Croce Basilica, and an interior exploration of the beautiful Florence Duomo.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
The highlight of my Italy trip!

This is the best your i have been in Italy, the tour guide Irina is everything you can dream of in a tour guide, she is kind, knowledgeable, seasoned, cultured and in one word; fabulous! Be sure to book this tour if you want to...More

1  Thank AhmedYousry777
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Half day tour with Irina

We don’t usually take guided tours but we certainly made the right decision to spend the money and learn from Irina. Her knowledge is vast and as she says she loves talking and walking ! We learned so much more about the history the artists...More

Thank HSalmon
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Day Out with Julia

We recently completed this 'English Speaking' tour in Florence with Julia - what a great day. While in Italy, we completed several short tours all with excellent guides, but we would have to rate Julia the best we have encountered. Even though it was a...More

2  Thank Tom R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great tour

If you're lucky enough to have Julia as your guide, you will learn so much more about the history of Florence and the stops on your tour than just wandering about on your own. Julia's knowledge of art and the history of Florence is excellent....More

1  Thank David B
Reviewed 19 May 2018
Fantastic guide

We did the guided tour of the Uffizi, Accademia & Santa Basilica Guided Tour + the Walking Tour of Florence. Our guide, Alla, was very knowledgable and easy to understand. It was very disorganised when we were getting our headsets (different headsets for each section...More

1  Thank leannemcfadyen123
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prabir p
13 May 2018|
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Response from poonamg477 | Reviewed this property |
It’s interesting n not a very very long. If you can walk,then go for it. This way you will see all and enjoy too
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sdeelpage
19 April 2018|
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Response from Tom R | Reviewed this property |
The tour was broken into three sections: we had about 16 (from memory) for the Uffizi visit before lunch and after lunch, 5 for the walk from Uffizi to Accademia via Santa Croce and 9 for the visit through the Accademia.
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