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This was a great experience and beautiful ride from Florence. The only thing I wish I would have known prior to the trip was that you can not take any bags, purses, fanny packs, clutches up the tower . Only what fits in your pockets. The bathroom is 80 cents to use but very clean and worth the money. Our guide was very knowledgeable and made the tour interesting.
A fabulous way to get front of line access to Uffizi and Accademia galleries. Both the morning and afternoon guides were exceptionally knowledgeable and informative. Angelo, our guide at Uffizi, could be a stand-up comic. So funny our laughter was shushed! If you have a short period of time in Florence, the perfect way to hit the highlights and learn a great deal.
Vanessa was amazing!
Fascinating and a must-do if you read The Inferno. Get to the meeting point early and visit the church next door it's quite unique.
This tour was amazing!
This tour was amazing!
Great introduction to the city ! Our guide Angelo was very informative and entertaining . He was very knowledgable and you could see that he really cared about what he was doing . I would highly recommend this tour and if you have the option ask for Angelo .
The guides on this tour were very good and knowledgeable. The tour is most worthwhile and the only was to visit both the Accademia and Uffizi in a timely way.
This tour was fantastic. Our tour guide Angelo Espisito was extremely knowledgeable and very funny. I would strongly recommend it
Excellent transportation, tour guide was very personable and knowledgeable of the area visited, would have liked a little more time in the square, but a must see tour
We had a great time and learned a lot!
Fantastic tour of the gallery and the private corridor! The art lesson given by Mario was incredible and informative. He helped us connect medieval, Renaissance, and Neoclassical artistic periods in Firenze and Venezia, while also teaching us a bit about the Medici family. I was saddened to hear they're possibly moving the art out of the Vasari Corridor next year and opening it to the public. Take the tour while you can!
Knowledgable personable guide skip entry lines great
Excellent guide! Small group perfect. Vasari Corridor fascinating. Breakfast welcome break and plenty. Expensive tour but worth it.
The tour was really great. Better than expected. I only wish I knew how difficult climbing Mount Vesuvius would be. I would have been more prepared for it. The guide was really knowledgable and she even gave us a great trip for our next stop to Tuscany. Our family had a great day!
The guides did a great job! We really enjoyed it!
netia s United States of ...
Great day trip in Pisa.
Interesting guide, kept our attention. Pity it was the patron saint's day and we couldn't go inside the Duomo. Guide Angelo kept to time and found us some shady spots in the heat, He included an extra- a visit to the Ponte Vecchio as we managed to get into the Accademia unexpectedly quickly, and also gave us recommendations for a cheap and good cafe. Well done!
ollie brown Australia
A great day. Climbing the tower and looking at the view was a big highlight fof us. The architecture was amazing.
Unique tour of the corridor.
This was a great tour! It was worth going with a tour guide because she knew the ins and outs of the museum. There was one stop on the tour where people were not allowed into a room because it was felt the humidity would be too much for the items inside. People could only view it from the three doorways that surrounded the room. The first doorway was incredibly overcrowded and it would have been near impossible to get a look inside. The second doorway was also crowded but the third doorway had just a few people looking in. Our tour guide led us straight to the third doorway. The stories about some of the paintings in other parts of the museum are very interesting. I got to know more about the Medici families and how they lived. However, it's also nice to go back at the end of the tour and look at how amazing it was to paint some of the pictures. My 19 year old daughter was not that impressed but I think it has more to do with her age. I'd recommend getting something to eat or drink at the café in the museum. My husband and daughter spent some time lingering at the café table while I went back to see some other paintings.
Doing what: Skip the Line: Florence Uffizi Gallery Tour
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