- Immerse yourself in the best of Florence on a comprehensive three-hour walking tour
- Personalized small group (maximum 25 people)
- Skip-the-line entry into Accademia Gallery included
- Cross the Ponte Vecchio and Uffizi Square then rub il Porcellino's nose for luck
- Visit the spectacular Duomo
- Expert art history commentary from your guide, plus audio headsets so you're guaranteed to hear the guide clearly
- Sample homemade Italian gelato
Recent Photos of this Tour
Ponte VecchioPhoto by: Andrew LUSA, 04 2010
Florence 6Photo by: ALI M10 2010
Florence 5Photo by: ALI M10 2010
Florence 4Photo by: ALI M10 2010
Florence 3Photo by: ALI M10 2010
Florence 2Photo by: ALI M10 2010
Florence 1Photo by: ALI M10 2010
StatuePhoto by: Dirk DUSA, 04 2010
ChurchPhoto by: Andrew LUSA, 04 2010
Copy of DavidPhoto by: Andrew LUSA, 04 2010
MenPhoto by: Andrew LUSA, 04 2010
The Old BridgePhoto by: Yohannes AUSA, 12 2009
Visit the former Ancient Forum, now Piazza della Repubblica and a popular meeting place for writers and artists. Glance Ghilberti's Baptistry Doors, known as the 'Gates of Paradise' and be sure to rub the nose of legendary il Porcellino' the boar, so that you may one day return again to Florence!
Dominating the Florentine skyline, Brunlleschi's imposing Duomo never fails to impress. Enter inside the astounding Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore before devouring a delicious homemade Italian gelato or hot chocolate in winter if you prefer. Restrictions on entry to the Cathedral may apply on Sundays and religious holidays.
Next, skip the line into the Accademia Gallery and marvel at Michelangelo's 17 foot David and enjoy the rest of the gallery's artistic works at your leisure.
Reviewed by Delia M, April 2013
This is a great tour. Well organized, easy to find the meeting place, seeing the David was something to remember.
Reviewed by Julie C, April 2013
Our tour guide Paul kept us intrigued from the start. His knowledge of the Renaissance period and Florence was extremely broad. He kept the group involved and interested for the entire three hours. Even our two teenage kids enjoyed the morning and were glad that we did it. An asset to Dark Rome, and a very enjoyable morning.