Enjoy a bus tour through the beautiful countryside of the Arno valley, before taking a walk through the historic streets of Florence. Later, enjoy a guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery, home to paintings by Boticelli, Michelangelo, and Leonardo Da Vinci.
What to Expect
Take a tour on a comfortable coach bus through the beautiful countryside surrounding Florence. See the beautiful Etruscan town of Fiesole, set on the picturesque hills overlooking the city as well as the splendid Arno Valley.
From here we will drive back to Florence and enter the historic city center for a visit to the magnificent Church of Santa Croce, the largest Franciscan church in the world.
A short walk through the historic streets of the heart of Florence will bring you to the famous Piazza Signoria. Take a moment to admire the imposing Palazzo Vecchio, see the amazing sculptures housed in the outdoor gallery of the Loggia del Lanzi.
The tour will then continue with a guided tour of the renowned Uffizi Gallery (closed on Mondays), where you will see masterpieces by famous Italian Renaissance artists, including superb paintings by Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raffaello, Giotto, Cimabue, and Masaccio.
The tour will end inside the museum.
- Assistance at meeting point
- Museum entrance fee and reservation
- Earphones provided for groups over 15 at the museum
Know Before You Go
• A minimum of 2 passengers is required for the tour to go ahead. 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 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 your requested language is not available, a tour in another language can be offered, usually English. If the tour is not offered in the language of your choice your reservation can be refunded.
• The Uffizi Gallery is closed on Mondays, and will be replaced with visit to the Palazzo Vecchio Museum.