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Frederico pretty good but had a hard act to follow in Granny Rosalind at the Academia
really liked it. it was quick and we looked at all the important things.
Fantastic guide, full of knowledge. We had a great tour and learnt much about the history of Siena and the Palio.
Great tour and GREAT GUIDES. Both were very knowledgeable and made the experiences wonderful learning experiences. We were impressed with how ameable they were to stop and answer questions in spite of the big crowds. In fact, they both made us feel as if the crowds weren't there!
Really fantastic! :-) So enjoyable and informative - definitely the way to see the museums!
Ulysses was great and knowledgeable...enjoyed the tour...we did have to wait at Accademia about 1 hour although we had skip the line but it was not their/her fault it was just being in Italy during June and high tourism
Perfect way to see two of the main attractions of Florence. Short, sweet and to the point! I really liked how they broke up the tours with a 3 hour break in the middle to get something to eat and relax a bit. It is a bit hectic finding the tour guide.
The tour guides were great. Shared a lot of good information. Made the tour most enjoyable.
It was amazing! Our tour guides were very informed and spoke very good English. Can't imagine seeing this beauty without the help of an expert!
Good value and excellent, knowledgable guide. The Accademia was pretty much limited to seeing David. There being able to skip the line was one benefit, but our wonderful guide also gave us background a perspective that made the tour a good value. At the Uffizi, the works are so varied and are so extensive that a guide was essential to give meaning to what we were seeing. We would definitely book again. The on-line booking was simple, quick and hassle-free. Our group was small enought to allow good interaction with our guide.