Accademia and Uffizi Galleries Guided Tour

Visit the two main museums of Florence at a special price!

from/per person 69.00 €
  • reserved entrance
  • english guide
  • confirmation by email
  • e-voucher accepted
  • Group Tour
  • Duration: about 3 hours
  • One unique tour to visit two of the most important museums in Florence.
  • Admire the masterpieces of the Uffizi Gallery with your guide.
  • Let yourself be enchanted by the imposing Michelangelo's David in the Accademia Gallery.
  • Visit the Accademia Gallery accompanied by an expert guide.

Michelangelo's David is waiting for you along with the Prisons to tell you its story.
At 3:15 pm your guide will meet you in front of the door number 3 of the Uffizi Gallery.
The gallery houses beautiful paintings and art works as Botticelli's Primavera and the Annunciation by Leonardo da Vinci.



What is included?

  • Priority entrance to the Accademia Gallery and the Uffizi Gallery
  • Booking fee
  • Presale
  • Guide service
  • Headphones for groups over 15 pax

 

Meeting point

You will meet your guide at 11:00 am outside the main entrance of the Accademia Gallery, in Via Ricasoli 58.
In the afternoon, at 3:15 pm, the meeting is scheduled at the door number 3 of the Uffizi Gallery 

 

Remember

Read all the information on the voucher.
Arrive to the meeting point 15 minutes prior to tour departure.
If you are late you will lose the reservation and you will not be refunded. 
In case you do not take part of the tour you will not be refunded.


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