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The guide was excellent and extremely knowledgeable. I don't think I ever want to go to a gallery again without a guide to explain and show me what my eyes are not seeing. The Gallery was crowded by that didn't impact negatively on the tour. The Corridor was amazing. Unfortunately we had to spend extra time in the Corridor because there was a group of diplomats in front of us and we couldn't move any faster. This was not the fault of the guide. This is an excellent tour, if possible not to be missed.
I was very pleased with my recent tour of the Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor. The guide was exceptionally well versed in art history and the history of the building. She was friendly, easy to understand, and just super.
Perfect tour, with a very friendly and knowledgeable guide. We really enjoyed the tour and recommend it.
It was a very good tour. The guide was indeed
very knowlegeable. We greatly appreciated the tour
Excellent. Friendly and very knowledgable guide. The tour was superb. Would certainly recommend.
Loved this tour and the Vasari Corridor is amazing. It's due to close soon so see it while you can.
May have been the best feature of my trip. Guide, Costanza, was outstanding! Even my husband, not a lover of art, loved the tour.
The highlight of my holiday, the guide was very informative and coped well with crowds. If you are interest in art the Vasari gallery is a must.
We were very disappointed as were not allowed to see what we particularly wanted to see. It was very regimented to what the guide wished to show and important paintings which we booked to see were either ignored or missed out entirely. We would not recommend this tour if wanting to see the later paintings at the Uffizi or the important later portraits in the Corridor.
Excellent tour of Uffizi and Vasari Corridor.
Guides knowledge excellent.
With so much to see trip could have been longer.
Went to your office the day before trip to ask for "free transport from hotel" which was mentioned on booking info- but told not possible. Our guide was very knowledgeable but 3hours with nowhere to sit was a long time and Uffizi was very crowded and too much time spent there. We had booked specifically to visit Vasari Corridor; we felt we were rushed through this part of tour, stopping at only about one in 20 paintings, so only getting cursory glances at must of the pictures. It would be much better to just do Vasari corridor (one can go to Uffizi anytime) and spend an in depth time viewing these paintings.
Finally, it was disconcerting to find ourselves on opposite side of river and left to find our own way back... The"bus on the other side of the road" which was o nly guidance we got-was going in wrong direction, one had to find a shop to get bus tkt and then wander round looking for suitable bus.. A situation we "oldies" could have done without after such a long tour on a baking hot day...
Guide was excellent, we went straight in and she was very knowledgeable, she was able to answer all the question put to her and she obviously enjoyed the interest people were taking. The Vasari Corrider was wonderful and it felt like a privilege and honour to be allowed in to see such wonders of the art world - the pastel drawdrings of the 4 sisters are amazing. It was expensive but we felt it was worth every penny and would recommend this tour even if you are not interested in art.
Sinisha(??) was a BRILLIANT tour guide, he knew his art and history inside out. The actual tour of the Uffizia was really JUST the highlights, which IS great of that's all you want. The Vasari corridor was wonderful, the portraits amazing and really was so much to take in but definitely worthwhile for art lovers. Was nice view and perspective to look down onto the Ponte Vecchio especially after walking on it for several days. If you are really into art would suggest you also book in to see the uffizi at a separate time to spend more time, I'm guessing with a tour or Audi tour. There were about 15 people in our group which was a good size.
The Vasari Corridor is something I had wanted to do for years and it was never available when I was there. Truly enjoyed the commentary by
Michele (our guide). He was knowledgeable and gave us "insider" information that can not
be found in guide books. He made it all come