Private Best of Florence, Full Day with Uffizi, Duomo and Accademia and lunch

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$347.71 USD
£267.86 GBP

About this Tour

Have you ever wanted to experience ALL of Florence, all the city has to offer, and you only have one day to do it?  Florence 360 private will immerse you in the beauty, taste and magic of Florence, in just one day. Visit the Uffizi Gallery, where you’ll enter a Renaissance dream. Take a break to enjoy a delicious lunch in one of our hand-selected restaurants before beginning a short walking tour that will take you inside the Cathedral of Florence or, “ Il Duomo“ – without waiting in line! Florence 360 will finish after viewing one of the most famous statues in the world, Michelangelo’s “ David”, at the Accademia Gallery. It will surely be an unforgettable day. As this tour is private it will be flexible.

The tour will start at 9 am, the meeting point is in Piazza della Repubblica, very close to the Duomo, in front of marble column. Follow your guide to the great Signoria Square, where you can admire Palazzo Vecchio, the historical residence of the Medici family, then reach the Uffizi Gallery, head straight inside avoiding the long line with your reserved ticket and the priority entry. You’ll enter into a Renaissance dream with your passionate and friendly licensed Tour Guide. They will give you the key to discover the secrets of Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raffaello, Caravaggio and popular, mysterious and stunning masterpieces like Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus”.

The visit inside the Uffizi will be around two hours, after you will walk not far to a local restaurant we selected for you where you'll find authentic Tuscan food. Next a short walking tour that will take you inside the Cathedral of Florence or, “Il Duomo“ – without waiting in line.
The last part of the tour will be the visit of the Accademia Gallery, the home of Michelangelo’s masterpiece “David”. With your guide you’ll come to understand in detail the philosophy behind this genius and his other sculptures inside the gallery including “Slaves” which Michelangelo sculpted for the tomb of the Pope Giulio II



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