Explore Florence’s two must-visit art museums – the Accademia and Uffizi galleries – on this Florence combo tour! Start with a morning skip-the-line access and guided tour of the Accademia Gallery (Galleria dell’Accademia) to see Michelangelo’s statue of 'David' as well as other treasures, and then spend four hours at leisure (or select the option that includes lunch), either roaming the rooms of the gallery or strolling around the city before your next tour. In the afternoon, skip the lines of ...Read more
A visit to the Accademia Gallery is like opening a vault that contains precious artwork. Inside the halls of this gallery live some of the most important sculptures and pieces of art in the world. And because of that, this is a must do for every visitor. But what if you want a more private experience? Then, I'm here to help! This highlight of Florence is a touristy nest where tons of travelers flock around, but with my help, you'll have an intimate understanding with tons of insights about the a...Read more
Combine two best-selling Florence tours at a discounted price, and enjoy a day of art and sightseeing in the city! This small-group Florence Super Saver includes skip-the-line entry to the prestigious Accademia and Uffizi galleries, two of the most famous art museums in the world. Start your morning skipping the line at the Accademia Gallery, then a walking tour around the town's historic center. Explore the Duomo and finish the day with a guided Uffizi Gallery tour.
Explore the Renaissance city of Florence with this half- or full-day sightseeing tour. Choose from a morning or afternoon tour and, with an expert guide, see top Florence sights such as the Duomo and Piazza della Signoria, and enjoy skip-the-line entry to either the Accademia Gallery or the Uffizi Gallery. Alternatively, book the full-day tour, a combination of both the morning and afternoon tours, for a comprehensive introduction to the Tuscan capital. Upgrade to include a delicious lunch at a ...Read more
Take a small group tour of the Accademia Gallery to see Michelangelo's famous statue of David and afterwards enjoy your walking tour of Florence. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 25 people ensuring you'll receive personalized attention and audio headsets guarantee that you'll hear the guide clearly. And by booking ahead, you won't waste any time waiting in line at the Accademia Gallery!
Skip the line with a fast-track entrance ticket and head inside Accademia Gallery (Galleria dell’Accademia) in Florence to explore independently. Home to the original statue of ‘David’ by Renaissance genius Michelangelo, the gallery is a must-visit Florence attraction for art lovers and sightseers alike! See ‘David,’ as well as unfinished Michelangelo sculptures such as ‘San Matteo,’ works by Sandro Botticelli and more.
Marvel at Michelangelo’s iconic statue of “David” up close on this 1-hour guided tour that features priority entrance to Florence’s Academy Gallery. You’ll get the inside story of the life and times of this consummate artist.
See the original statue of ‘David,’ Michelangelo’s iconic Florentine masterpiece, inside the Accademia Gallery on a 1-hour and 15 minutes tour! Skip the line with a priority-entrance ticket, and head inside to learn about some of the finest pieces of Renaissance art in the world. See Michelangelo’s unfinished ‘Prigioni’ and ‘San Matteo’ sculptures, gaze in wonder at ‘David’ and discover intriguing works by artists like Botticelli, Lippi and more.
Learning about Michelangelo's life is the best and most interesting way to get familiar with the history of Florence. And the perfect place to do that is at the Accademia Gallery, where you can see his most famous statue, the David, together with some other remarkable works made by him. Skip the line and go straight to see his masterpieces, there is so much to learn about him that there's no time to waste! After the visit to the museum, I'll take you to the Medici Palace, home to the family that...Read more
Located in the heart of Florence, the Accademia Gallery hosts examples of paintings and sculptures by the great 14th and 15th century masters who made Florence the capital of art. The most famous work exhibited is the marble statue of David made by Michelangelo.
Important note: The Museum will confirm the first available time between 8:15am and 4:45pm. Your exact visit time will be indicated on the voucher issued by the provider within one business day of your booking request. All sales are final...Read more
Florence is packed full of world-famous sites and this Best of Florence Tour is designed to let you see them all (and learn the stories behind them) in just a few hours. During a guided walking tour of the city, you’ll see Florence’s most iconic sites like the Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza della Signoria, and the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Skip the line into the Accademia Gallery to see Michelangelo’s David and the unfinished Slaves.
This tour will let you discover the town’s best known treasures such as the Duomo, Palazzo Vecchio, the squares, the monuments, and the Old Bridge. Continue with a visit to Michelangelo's "David" at the Accademia Gallery of Florence.
Introduce yourself to the beautiful city of Florence on this 3-hour walking tour. Stroll along the historical streets, admire the wonderful Renaissance architecture, skip the line at the Accademia Gallery and visit the famous Duomo.
Explore Florence on a walking tour lasting over 3 hours. Enjoy the spectacular views from Piazzale Michealangelo, visit the Accademia Gallery to see the world-famous David, and stroll through the city's historic streets to reach the Square of the Duomo.
Discover the magic of Florence in a single day as you visit the city’s top sites and tour the Accademia and Uffizi galleries with an expert guide. Skip the lines to see Michelangelo’s David, Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, works of da Vinci, and much more.
Save time and join an English small group tour to discover the secrets behind Botticelli's masterpieces in the Uffizi Gallery, before you admire the imposing statue of Michelangelo’s David, symbol of the Republic of Florence in the Accademia.