piazza della Signoria, Florence, 50122
piazzale degli Uffizi, Florence, 50122
Piazzale degli Uffizi 6, Florence, 50122
Discover the secrets of the Medici family.also known as the House of Medici, was the Italian family that ruled Florence, and later Tuscany, during most of the period from 1434 to 1737, except for two brief intervals (from 1494 to 1512, and from 1527 to 1530).imposing Pitti Palace, with an enjoyable relaxed stoll in the footsteps of the Medici dynasty, that ruled the city in the 14th and 17th centuries. In addition to having obtained the power before Florence then Tuscany the Medici are known for having promoted the artistic, cultural, spiritual and scientific life of their time.After the visit of the palace, our tour continues in the Uffizi courtyard, following the exterior of the Vasari corridor you will reach Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge of Florence where you can take pictures and take a peek at the gold shops. Crossing the Old Bridge, you will be in front of the Pitti Palace,Now you will be free to taste one of the best gelato in town & continue exploring the city
All our tours are guaranteed for max 6 persons. Our goal is to make you enjoy all the artworks and make you discover all their curiosities, that’s why our visits are longer than the average of other agencies and are preceded or followed by a coffee or an aperitif together with us (included in the price) All our tour are customizable on demand without sacrificing high quality
Your private guide will accompany you on this visit to the Palazzo Della Signoria built at the end of 1200, became the seat of the Florentine Republic. In 1500 following the political rise of the Medici family, the Palazzo became the residence of Grand Duke Cosimo I de Medici. Finally in 1800 following the unity of Italy and in the period of Florence the capital, it also became the seat of Parliament. Inside you can visit the Government Halls and the Granducale family's private rooms renovated and embellished by Giorgio Vasari, as well as the Salone dei 500 (the most important attraction of the building), the halls and apartments of the Grand Duchess Eleonora of Toledo, also entirely frescoed by Vasari. At the end of the visit you can enjoy one of the best views of the city on the terrace located at the back of the building. The Palace is also the seat of the Municipality of Florence and from a century to today it is known as Palazzo Vecchio due to its past.
Join us in the footsteps of Robert Langdon, the protagonist of Dan Brown's latest novel set in Florence! Uncover the truth that lies behind the Inferno, discover Dante and the dark sides of Florence! Two hours of paradise experience with our experienced guides ... about the Hell!
Explore Florence together with a local guide and discover the history, art and unknown stories! Take a slow stroll through the old Center of the city where you can see beautiful historical buildings, palaces, museums, churches and gardens. We will guide you to admire the Baptistery, the Duomo-Cathedral, Dante's home, Bargello Palace and Piazza della Signoria. You will also enjoy the sight of Palazzo Vecchio, a remarkable example of civil architecture. Here you will discover an open air museum with various masterpieces including the copy of Michelangelo's David, right in front of Palazzo Vecchio. Then we will pass through the wings of the Uffizi Gallery. Following the Arno River, we will walk towards Ponte Vecchio and its gold jewelry shops and we will see part of the other side of the river.
This exciting day excursion is designed for those who wish to enjoy the highlights of FLORENCE and PISA without having to rush. Pre-book your transfer service between Livorno and Florence, during which you'll travel with an English-speaking driver who is punctual and reliable. Enjoy a comfortable and luxurious ride to and around Florence and Pisa while you sit back and admire the scenery. As an alternative to the service from Livorno, we also offer this service from the port of La Spezia.