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1. Florence Self-Guided Audio Tour
Discover the Cradle of the Renaissance at your own pace using your mp3 player to guide you through the historic city center of Florence by audio guide. Fall in love beautiful monuments as you are led along the cobblestone streets, and escape the restricted timetables of guided tours. Take a break to enjoy a gelato or coffee whenever you like! Learn the history of highlights such as the Museo Nazionale di San Marco, Bargello (Palazzo del Popolo), Piazza della Signoria, and Ponte Vecchio. Marvel at the produce on display at the Mercato Centrale, and take an optional visit to the impressive Basilica di Santa Croce. See the homes of magnificent art, including Michelangelo's legendary statue of David at the Galleria dell 'Accademia, and Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Da Vinci’s Annunciation at the Uffizi Gallery. Fall in love with the terracotta tiles and dome of the Duomo and Giotto's Bel...
2. Florence: Private Leonardo Da Vinci Tour
Immerse yourself in the life and times of Leonardo Da Vinci on this fascinating private guided tour. Start your tour from the Bargello Museum, visiting Palazzo Gondi and Uffizi Square along the way. Continue along Piazza Della Signoria where you'll admire the Palazzo Vecchio and discover some interesting facts about the "Salone Dei 500", which is located inside the City Hall palace. Next, admire the Loggia Dei Lanzi and walk past the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore to admire the Dome. Finish your tour at the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum and enjoy privileged access with your fast-track entrance ticket. Inside the museum, discover replicas and drawings of the main machines made by the genius during his life. Feel free to remain in the museum and explore the rest of the artifacts at your own pace when the tour ends.
3. Michelangelo & Donatello: 2-Hour Bargello Museum Tour
On this 2-hour guided tour an English-speaking guide will take you through the exciting world of the Bargello Museum, an impressive medieval palace that has also served as a prison and a place of torture. The palace itself is worth an in-depth visit, as are the gems you’ll discover inside. Visit a room dedicated to the famous sculptor Donatello, with stunning originals of his David. The layout of the Museum makes it possible to get up close to and admire the work in great detail. Another of the Museum’s important rooms is dedicated to Michelangelo, where you’ll see some of his greatest works. Admire the Bacco-Bacchus (representing intoxication), the Pitti Tondo, (in which some experts see signs of the help of Leonardo), and the David-Apollo. You’ll also have a chance to admire the original sculptures from Piazza della Signoria, as only copies are to be found in the square today. The ...
4. Florence: National Museum of Bargello Private Tour
Enter the National Museum of Bargello via the priority entrance to avoid waiting in line. Explore the historic building, which was built between the 11th and the 14th centuries and has had a variety of functions throughout the years. With your guide, discover a large number of artworks, mainly sculptures, statues, and bas-reliefs created by the great Florentine Renaissance artists. See notable works such as the beautiful "Terre Cotte" by Luca and Andrea Della Robbia, and various statues created by Donatello, Mino of Fiesole, and Desiderio Da Settignano. See the "Bottega dei Rossellino" and the "Formelle Bronzee" of the Baptistery of Florence by Lorenzo Ghiberti and Filippo Brunelleschi. See a variety of works by Giambologna Cellini and some early works by Michelangelo. After your guided tour, enjoy some free time to explore the museum at your leisure.
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What people are saying about National Museum of Bargello
A must for Art lovers
Our guide Elena was very professional. We left with a lot of new things learnt. We had enough time to contemplate the highlights of this gem-like museum. Exquisite exhibits, interesting stories behind. It would have been a loss not to book this activity.
The museum is spectacular and not yet overcrowded, perhaps it is less known, and it is appreciated. The guide we hired for the guided tour, very good and very friendly, made the visit enjoyable and we learned a lot with her. Essential visit
We carried out this visit accompanied by Riccardo who illustrated all the most important works contained in the museum very well. A visit that I highly recommend given the beautiful collection that contains
We had a guided tour by Lucy Lopardo. She tells you everything about the Duomo: all details, myths and stories. Always open to answer your questions. Glad we had you as our guide, thank you Lucy!
We didn't make it to Florence
Although we didn't use this in the end, we love self guided audio tours so I'm sure this would have been good.