See the highlights of Florence and explore its fascinating history on this guided bus and walking tour. Visit the beautiful Cathedral and Giotto's Campanile, explore the Accademia Gallery, and discover Florence's historic streets.
What to Expect
Start your tour with a drive up the picturesque Viale dei Colli towards Piazzale Michelangelo. This beautiful square is home to reproductions of several of Michelangelo's most famous sculptures, and features magnificent views of the entire city of Florence.
From there, board the bus and head back into the city center towards Florence's historic city centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Enjoy a guided walking tour of the central Piazza del Duomo, home to the city's most beloved historic buildings. Admire the unique Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, featuring a striking green, pink and white marble exterior.
Stop at the nearby Baptistery of St. John, where many important Italian Renaissance figures were baptised, and Giotto’s Campanile, the square's free-standing bell tower.
A short walk through some of Florence's historic streets will bring you to the Accademia Gallery, home to Michelangelo's David, and many other works by famous Renaissance artists. The tour will end here, leaving you time to experience this renowned gallery, and continue exploring the heart of Florence.
- Museum entrance fees with booking
- Earphones provided for groups of 15 or more
Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
Know Before You Go
To confirm this tour there must be a minimum of 2 passengers. Tours are subject to cancellation if this minimum is not reached. Please call at least 24 hours prior the departure to confirm schedule.
Local guiding service in Italian, Spanish, French and German is always guaranteed for a minimum of 4 people. The escort service is provided by professional multilingual tour leader. The local guide service could be provided in two languages.
If the requested language is not confirmed the tour can be offered in another language, usually English. If the tour or desired language is not confirmed your reservation can be refunded.
Accademia Gallery is closed on Mondays. It will be replaced with a visit to the San Marco museum or Medici Chapels.