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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.
I learned a great deal from the guide about the rich history of Florence.
Very informative, small group. Really gave a wonderful insight to the history of Florence.
A marvelous tour with a marvelous tour guide. She was sensitive to everyone in the group and made sure each person was hearing and seeing everything of importance.
Very good tour, especially the ability to bypass the long lines. The only negative was our guide could have been a little better. When someone asked a question, she should have repeated the question for all of us to hear her. Instead she was only talking to one person.
A good tour with a knowledgeable tour guide. It gave us a good base for our own touring of Florence.
Very knowledgeable and passionate tour guide. You could definitely tell she loved her city. My family loved the small intimate grouping and the guide's personal suggestions for living like a local; for example, what fair price to pay for a gelato and where to find the local leather shops.
The guide was excellent! The tour started right on time and we breezed into the Accademia Gallery with the Skip the Line.
Great tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable, she brought history to life! We really liked not having to wait on line to see David!
Guide was terrific, both knowledgeable and friendly. A wonderful tour which I would recommend to anyone. One of best guided tours I have had.
This is good to do the fist day there so you get to know the town.
The tour guide was great! She was very knowledgeable and made it feel as if there was no rush. The line to the Accademia was huge, but with the tour we skipped it. We did have to wait about 10 minutes, but the non-tour line was several blocks long. It was well worth it!