Visit Florence and discover the Accademia Gallery on one of our customer favourite guided tours, and be enlightened with its historical works, of which your guide will introduce you to the home of the Statue of David!
La Galleria degli Uffizi is on the list of the world’s top 10 museums and art galleries - hence the long line of people at the entrance waiting to get in. Our Guided Tours of the Uffizi Gallery offer a unique insight into this wonderful world. A name synonymous with renaissance art, in a city which to all intents and purposes is the home of renaissance art - a collection that humbles countless galleries worldwide, the Uffizi is truly unique.
This tour is for those who know what they want! Our Introduction to Florence, Uffizi & Accademia tour will leave no stone unturned. The tour comprises of an introductory tour of the city and its most famous sites before moving on to tour of both the Uffizi and Accademia art galleries!
Only here for a day? Your first visit? Need to refresh your memory about the story of Florence or want to know more about it? Then Italy With Us Guided Tours Florence is for you! We have a tour of all the basics for those who are pressed for time, or simply require a relaxed introduction to the city and its attractions.
Take our Introduction to Florence & Accademia tour to really get to grips with Florence and its artistic history. This combination tour includes a comprehensive introduction to the city's most famous sites as well as a tour of the famous Accademia Di Belle Arti, the home of Michelangelo's David.
Witness Florence's mesmerising, medieval beauty first-hand, stop off at its various famous sites and then move on to the opulence and splendour of the Uffizi Gallery.
Do not fret if you don’t have time for an overnight stay in Florence. The high speed train link means you can go from Rome’s city center to the center of Florence in less than 90 minutes.
Your day starts by meeting our representative at Termini Train Station ready for the 7.15am Eurostar train to Florence then the Uffizi Gallery, which holds the world's largest collection of renaissance masterpieces. The walking tour of the city includes the medieval Ponte Vecchio, or “Old Bridge”, noted for it's shops and jewellers. You will visit Piazza della Signoria, the Palazzo Vecchio, and then visit Il Porcellino. You will also see Palazzo Strozzi, and then the world-famous Duomo where your tour will jump the queue with its reserved access.