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AMAZING. The tour guide was so well versed on the subject and so friendly.
Our guide was interesting, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. This was just the best experience. Not only did our guide know her stuff and take us on a grand journey through Florence, she made sure we were involved and enjoying ourselves.
Our tour guide was very informative and had an excellent historical perspective of Florence as it related to the rest of Italy. Well worth the money.
The tour is a must for 1st time visitors to Florence. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and had a great personality for guiding. Pace was great and offered overview for return visits after the tour. Better earphones would make the tour perfect.
The guides were informative and entertaining and made the whole experience a pleasure.
The tour guide we had was fantastic, very passionate about the tour.
Wonderful tour. Highly recommend. Guide very knowledgeable, professional and likable. This tour gives you great insight into areas all around the city.
Loved it. Our guide was from Florence, knew everything about the place, and was very passionate about its history. Well worth the cash just to skip the lineups, all the history and walk through the streets is an added plus to this great tour.
What a great way to experience Florence, especially for the first time! Our tour guide was really fantastic - knowledgeable and excited about Florence and its history. There was a lot of interesting information and even some great tips about food. The best gelato I had in italy was in Florence and recommended by our guide. I would definitely recommend this tour.
This tour was fantastic! The "skip the line" is a little deceiving at the Accademia, since there is a line for people without tickets, and a line for people with tickets the tour groups, so we did end up waiting about 30 minutes to get in. The other stops along the way were very interesting, and we really enjoyed this tour!
Excellent tour. Guide was well-informed & very personable. The route took in all we expected, & we had free time in the Accademia at the end. Highly recommended.
The guide was extremely knowledgeable and did a great job despite a sore throat. The sites are marvelous, and it was great to have some insider knowledge. The David was as amazing as I thought it would be, and the guide's knowledge on the gallery was fantastic. It was so good, I booked the afternoon tour of of the Uffizi with the same guide.
This tour provided great insight and perspective to Florence. The guide was very knowledgeable.
Best guide we had of seven in Italy. She knew it all and shared it with us. Terrific!
It is a must to see Florence, a masterpiece of the world.
Guide excellent, very knowledgeable. Tour very interesting, nice easy pace, in ear amp a great help.
A beautiful city and a tour guide that told stories that helped you understand life in Florence through the ages.
Great guide. She did a great job. Took us to places too new to be in the tour books, new castle that opened up in Florence.
This was a great trip. Though it was raining that day, I did not feel upset thanks to the wonderful guide. She spoke very good English, and she seemed to be dedicated to explaining things to us. I am sure we would not have learned as much without her.
Fantastic tour guide was interesting and informed. The headphones worked great in crowded and noisy places.
Our guide was fantastic. She knew her history, was passionate about her love of Florence, and brought the stories to life. She had outstanding interpersonal skills. We only had a short time in Florence, and this walking tour was the highlight. The six adults in our party were unanimous with their accolades about the tour. Thanks!
Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and made the tour very informative and exciting. The whole tour is done by walking through Florence, but the city center is small enough that it didn't seem like we were walking a long distance. It also was good to get in the group line for the Accademia, which made the wait to see David a lot shorter.