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Wonderful time of my life was in summer June 2010, when I enjoyed city of Florence. Old buildings and city streets filled in with parks and sculptures. City itself is like a museum under open skies. We have been walking old streets and with Michelangelo and Leonardo. We have enjoyed the arts of renaissance masters that have changed the world of art. This was a city where first banking system was established and developed. We enjoyed a Tuscan cuisine as well. This was like traveling back in time, and I would like to be back again...
Loved it! Loved our tour guide, she was informative and descriptive. Would definitely recommend!
I loved Maria Graces ' very expressive explanations. It was very helpful to our children and made them chuckle. Her passion for the art was so apparent and we loved her energy.
Antonella was a great guide! We are so glad to have done this tour! We learned a ton, and of course the skipping to the front of the line at the Accademia was worth it as well. Antonella took us around all the prime spots to see, and it was well worth what we paid. I highly recommend this tour. My only regret was not having any cash to tip Antonella. Thank you so much for the insightful tour!!
Our guide was wonderful. She really knew her stuff and was passionate about the architecture and history of the renaissance. She made the statue of David come alive for me
Very knowledgeable guide. Spoke English very well and when questions were asked showed he had extensive understanding of the places we visited. Made good suggestions of what to do in the time we had left. Was very professional. Highly recommended
Our guide was great. She waited on our party of 11 as our bus transfer from the ship ran late. She had so much information to impart and stayed patient with our young people.
We had the best guide of the three tours I did in Italy, she was passionate and could answer anyone's questions and could tell you about about lesser known facts which made it so much more interesting than wandering around florence on your own. I was only in florence for the day (1.5hrs by train from Rome) and I didn't have to waste most of it standing in the 2-3hr queue for the Accademia like all the others!
Great tour! The guide was knowledgeable and informative. Definitely worthwhile.
Tara Ann F
Great tour! Great info, lots to see, but a lot of walking. Our time in the museum was great too. We skipped the very long line, our tour guide gave us all the info we needed and we had plenty of time to stay and look around.
Lisa T J
Antonella was a lovely tour guide...so animated and lively. Even considering it was very cold and raining for our tour, she made it an awesome morning anyway. It was very obvious that she knows and loves the city of Florence and is anxious to share her enthusiasm with others. We had a great time.
I have been to Florence before but unless you have read and absorbed the guide books in advance this tour is a must. You will come away with a memorable experience and a lot of knowledge of the city. Seeing the statue of David is mind blowing. Great value for money.