We chosen the afternoon tour. First part was in a coach and it wasn't too bad, the views were stunning and one of the guides gave us an interesting talk about architecture and culture of Tuscany. Although, we didn't visit the Church of Santa Croce, we barely seen it in the distance and we were only allowed to get off the coach literally for 2 min to take a picture of the panorama. Second part was a walking tour and they split all people in two groups. We were unlucky, our guide turned out to be terrible, she was more interested in telling unfunny jokes and anegdotes about Italian government than interesting facts about things we could see. Quite few people decided to quit as they found some mistakes in what the guide was talking about. When we got to Uffizi Gallery things got even worse, the guide was repetitive and sound like she's really making things up, we decided to continue on our own.
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