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Best way to do the museum. Your get a guide for the highlights for 2 hours and can go back to see more afterwards. Plus you get skip the line.
The tour joining instructions and arrangements were clear and efficient. We were clearly jumping a very long queue, so the cost was worth it, with or without the conducted tour. (We met a party from Australia who were mortified that they were unable to get in during their time in Florence.) The Uffizi is one of the great Galleries of the world, particularly for Renaissance art, and I would hate to have missed it. The guided tour lasted 90 minutes. The guide was clearly an expert, and made a well-judged compromise between showing us as many items as possible, and describing a few of them in detail, with great insight.
This was an excellent tour - our guide, Antonio, did a wonderful job of explaining the paintings he showed us. A Florence highlight for us for sure and well worth it!
Marlena was our guide on this one too, so if course it was great! It was really helpful to know she is also a history teacher. I wish my history teachers were this fun.
The guide was excellent, The Uffizi can be quite daunting with so many works of art but she chose a select few and was very good at bringing them to life. worth every penny and afterwards we were at our leisure to still view the galleries.
Excellent. Tour was short an effective. The guide had fluent English.
The guide made this a memorable tour. Enthusiastic, educated and helpful
Our tour guide was awesome! Full of interesting information and history. Extremely knowledgeable. Would highly recommend her!
Knowledgeable and enthusiastic female guide who is also a professional art historian involved in research at the Uffizi Gallery. We were the only ones of our group having 'aperitivo' afterwards in Piazza della Signoria, but a lovely place to people- watch.
The best way to skip the line and at the same time learn about the history of the gallery and the paintings. Our guide, Antonio was really a professional.
Uffizi is a must do when in Florence and skip the line is always worth it, no queuing, just meet our tour guide and in we went. I can't say that the guide was the friendliest I have ever met but she was fine, she was informative. We went on a Friday evening and the que's weren't too bad, we passed it again on Sunday and the line was huge must have been at least a couple of hours long, so skip the line is well worth it for the Uffizi.