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We Loved this Tour - we could tour Florence at our own leisure/ pace. We were unaware that all of the Museums besides the Duomo were closed on Mondays, so I would let future tourists know that. I would definitely recommend the Double Decker Bus Tour to everyone that visits Florence - It was nice to sit on the top deck and soak in the sun and beautiful surroundings.
easy to use, very friendly crew, I took the red and blue lines. Both are pretty good because of the view you can enjoy, practically you can visit the all city with them. If you can take it, just do it.
The tour is very interesting and it's a great way to know the history of the city and the sites.
Great way to get around. Some bus stops were hard to find, the signs were missing.
I had a wonderful trip to both Rome and Florence. In fact, I purchased the Hop on, Hop off bus tour in both cities and was extremely satisfied with both. It was such a wonderful way to get an overview of the cities and allowed you to hop off at one of the many attractions, explore that part of the city, and simply hop back on and continue your adventure. I highly recommend this option to anyone vacationing in a new city.
Florence is just a breathtaking city. The bus tour enables a new tourist to get an overview of the sites and then decide what your want to pursue further. I recommend it to all first time visitors.
Arrived by train to Florence and although tired enjoyed the Line A central tour on the first afternoon - it was great for orientation and already helped to locate an atmosperic viewpoint for lunch the following day. Used the longer tours the next day to visit Fiesole. The extra price for two days was well worth it for us - these three lines are quite long so you need plenty of time to enjoy them and allow some time at the locations they cover.
The route to Fiesola and the stop at Piazzale Michaelangelo gave the best views and photo opportunities over the city. There are 3 routes, although large areas do overlap, and over 2 days we covered most of these.Santa Maria Novella near to the train station stop is well worth a visit.