Step inside one of Italy’s most famous art museums on this guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. Avoid the crowds with early access and skip-the-line entrance, then learn more about the museum’s highlights with the help of an art historian guide. Prepare to be impressed as you spot works by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Caravaggio, and view iconic paintings like Titian's ‘Venus of Urbino’ and Botticelli's ‘Primavera’. Best of all: your ticket is still valid after the tour ends, so you can continue exploring for as long as you want.
Enjoy direct access to Florence’s Accademia Gallery with this skip-the-line admission ticket. Explore the home of Michelangelo’s Renaissance masterpiece, the ‘David,’ and see the renowned sculpture up close. Get the chance to admire some of Michelangelo’s unfinished works, including ‘Prigioni,’ along with paintings by Sandro Botticelli and more.
Avoid the long wait on your visit to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence with this skip-the-line ticket. Explore the expansive museum at your own pace with access to 1,500 works of art. See famous Renaissance paintings such as Michelangelo’s "Doni Tondo" and Botticelli’s "Birth of Venus." This priority ticket ensures that you can spend your precious time experiencing great art instead of waiting in line.
Many visitors are surprised to learn that Florence is home to three “David” statues—but the original masterpiece by Michelangelo is housed within the Accademia Gallery. Feast your eyes on the real thing without wasting time standing in line thanks to priority museum entrance. Whether you want to quickly see the colossal statue and move on or linger among other Renaissance treasures, do so at your own pace.
Make the most of your precious time in Florence with priority entrance tickets to the world-famous Accademia Gallery, best known as the home of Michelangelo's 'David' statue. Beat the crowds that are a constant at this popular attraction, and head straight inside the hallowed halls to feast your eyes on the iconic sculpture plus masterworks of Renaissance painting by Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, and many others. Stay as long as you like during museum opening hours, and view the art at your own pace.
Discover the most visited museums in Florence and two of the most visited in the world, admiring the most important works to appreciate the art of the Italian Renaissance. The Uffizi Gallery with its collections of works of art, masterpieces by artists and protagonists of the Renaissance such as Michelangelo, Giotto, Botticelli, Caravaggio, Leonardo da Vinci and many others.
And the Galleria dell'Accademia, the second most visited museum in Florence to discover Michelangelo's David, one of the most famous Florentine symbols. The Gallery is one of the places with the highest number of sculptures by Michelangelo, besides you can admire the museum of musical instruments, the largest collection of paintings with a gold background and the Sala dei Prigioni with sculptures designed for Pope Julius II. You will enter from the priority entrance to the museum and enjoy a journey into the life of the genius of Michelangelo.
Visitors often have to join long lines at Florence’s Accademia Gallery, spending more time outside than admiring its art treasures. This ticket lets you bypass the main entrance lines, so you can head inside and explore independently without any long wait. View paintings by artists including Lippi and del Sarto, see unfinished works by Michelangelo, and marvel at the star attraction, Michelangelo’s sublime 'David.'
Florence’s cathedral is the city’s crown jewel and most iconic monument, but its sprawling size and long lines can be discouraging. With this VIP tour, zip past the crowds at the entrance and enjoy an in-depth look at this vast complex. Visit the duomo from its soaring dome to its ancient crypt, admire the view from Giotto’s bell tower, marvel at the richly decorated baptistery, and tour the renovated museum.
Planning your visit to Florence is not easy, especially when you have limited time and there is so much to see and do. Let us show you the best the city has to offer, stress-free! Save precious holiday time and make the most out of your experience inside this superb Florence art gallery.
We provide a hassle-free visit to this incredible museum. Forget about trying to figure out how to reserve, purchase, and pick up tickets. With our simple online booking avoid long lines and confusion. Join us at our easy-to-find meeting point and get problem-free access to one an incredible art collection.
Visit Florence’s top two museums the easy and affordable way by pre-booking skip-the-line tickets to both the Accademia Gallery and Uffizi Gallery. Get instant confirmation on your smartphone, plus a downloadable app to help you learn the history behind museum highlights like Michelangelo's “David”and Botticelli's “Birth of Venus” on a self-guided tour.
One of the top sights in Florence, Pitti Palace is home to a number of the city’s most important museums and collections. With this prepaid ticket, skip the long line at the ticket window and dedicate your time to visiting the Palatine Gallery, Royal and Imperial Apartments, Gallery of Modern Art, Museum of Costume and Fashion, and more. Take your time to marvel at the Medici’s private art collection and treasury.
With a priority ticket to Accademia Gallery, you can see Michelangelo's iconic “David” sculpture without spending hours waiting in line. Skipping the long wait means more time inside the popular Florence museum to admire the original larger-than-life statue and other Renaissance treasures like Michelangelo’s “Slaves” and by paintings by Giotto. This ticket-only option is great for independent and budget travelers who prefer to explore at their own pace.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa attracts millions of people from all over the world. It is an extraordinary visit and one of the must-have to be seen while you are in Italy.
You will get a self-guided mobile tour via Questcity application around Pisa. There are dozens of interesting sights around and we recommend to take a walk around the city with our tour.
You will finish the tour in front of the Pisa and we will provide you skip-the-line access.
Come and discover one of the most important museums of Florence, starting from our office you will walk along with your guide the route that will take you to the entrance of the gallery, entering from the priority entrance without waiting in the long queues and starting a chronological journey that will will allow you to admire the DAVID, a sculpture made exclusively of marble (height 520 cm) by Michelangelo Buonarroti between 1501 and the beginning of 1504, considered a masterpiece of world sculpture, it is one of the emblems of the Renaissance and symbol of Florence and the Italy abroad. This work has always been considered the ideal of male beauty in art. The gallery is one of the places with the highest number of sculptures made by Michelangelo, inside you can also visit the museum of musical instruments, the largest collection of paintings with a golden background and the Sala dei Prigioni with sculptures designed for the Pope Julius II.
Admire the mastery of Michelangelo at your own pace with this independent tour of the Accademia Gallery. Enjoy the freedom to take in the artwork at your leisure with an informative audio guide to give context to what you see.
Discover one of the most visited museums in the world by visiting the most
important works of art to appreciate the art and history of the Italian Renaissance. Our staff will deliver your tickets directly without waiting in line. The gallery attracts more than one million annual guests (visitors) who wish to take a look at this art collection, among its many masterpieces we find the works of artists and protagonists of the Renaissance such as Michelangelo, Giotto, Botticelli, Caravaggio, Leonardo da Vinci and many others. With our priority entrance ticket to the Gallery you will enjoy a chronological journey that will allow you to travel through time, starting from the Byzantine art in Tuscany to get to the wonderful Renaissance. After this fantastic visit you can take advantage of the gallery's services, take a snack at the bar with one of the best views of Florence, from the terrace in front of Palazzo Vecchio, located above the Loggia Dei Lanzi in Piazza Signoria.
One of the most dazzling Renaissance gardens in Italy, the Boboli Gardens are a highlight of Florence. Avoid a delay at the entrance with this skip-the-line ticket and make the most of your time exploring the grounds. Take in the sculpture-lined walking paths, ornate fountains, decorative grottoes, and other highlights at your own pace, stopping to snap photos and relax far from the crowds in this extensive Italian-style park.
Step inside the creative mind of Leonardo Da Vinci with skip-the-line entrance to the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum in Florence. Your admission ticket offers unlimited access, so you can spend as long you like exploring the exhibitions and admiring Leonardo’s Machines, created from the famous Da Vinci Codes.
The magnificent Duomo of Siena is one of the highlights of Siena’s UNESCO-listed historic center, but its popularity means that you could spend a long time queuing outside. This skip-the-line ticket ensures priority entrance and offers access to the Cathedral, the Piccolomini Library, the Baptistery of San Giovanni, the museum, and the Crypt.
Explore Palazzo Vecchio, Florence’s imposing town hall, on a 1.5-hour evening tour. As the sun goes down over the city, walk around the one-time fortress with a guide to hear tales of its past when it was the focal point of Florentine power. Admire the Hall of the Five Hundred among other rooms adorned with artwork, and soak up city views from the battlements and Arnolfo Tower. Enhance the experience with an ‘aperitivo’ or dinner, and gaze out over Piazza della Signoria as you eat. Numbers are limited to 25 people.
Come and visit the last Medici residence in Florence. The museum takes place through the daily life of the Grand Dukes of the Medici family, from Cosimo I to the last descendants (early 700s), Ferdinando, Gian Gastone and finally Anna Maria Luisa, also known as the Electress Palatine to whom it is dedicated the museum. The successors of the Medici, the Asburgo Lorena, up to the first King of Italy with attached Royal apartments.
In addition to the civic and political function of the rooms, the museum also houses a private collection of paintings, ancient statues, Florentine furniture and mosaics of great beauty and historical importance. Not to mention the frescoes that decorate the ceilings and walls.
As one of Florence's most-visited attractions, the Uffizi Gallery (Gallerie Degli Uffizi) can be crowded with long lines, so avoid the hassle of figuring out how to purchase admission or standing in the ticket queue by booking in advance. This skip-the-line admission gives you access to this world-class art museum home to works by Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Da Vinci, and Botticelli, including "The Birth of Venus".
Comprising of two interconnected ogival shells, the house of God's octagonal vault was raised somewhere in the range of 1418 and 1434 to a plan which Filippo Brunelleschi entered in a challenge in 1418 yet which was just acknowledged, after much contention, in 1420.
A perfect work of art equipped for withstanding lightning, seismic tremors and the progression of time, it keeps on charming every one of the individuals who watch it from a remote place. The arch has a distance across of 45.5 meters.
You will have a quest-tour around the Piazza Duomo and this will be an exciting experience as you will enter
without any dependencies and queues and start your adventures right after the entrance!