From € 3.86
Your visit of Florence will not be complete without visiting the two of the most important museums in the world, the Uffizi and the Accademia. With a guide, you'll be sure to see the essential treasures in both of these stunning galleries and enjoy your visit to the fullest!
During your visit of the Uffizi Gallery, you'll have the opportunity to follow the development of middle European painting from the late Middle Ages through the Renaissance and Baroque into the 18th century, admiring some of the most renowned works by Cimabue, Giotto, Masaccio, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael and many others.
During your visit of the Accademia Gallery, you’ll discover masterpieces such as Michelangelo's unparalleled David and I Prigioni (Slaves), as well as other examples in the priceless collection of paintings and sculptures by the great 14th and 15th century masters who made Florence the capital of art.
> April to October: from Tuesday to Sunday, Uffizi Gallery at 10am, followed by the Accademia Gallery at 1pm.
> November to March: Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday, Accademia Gallery at 10am, followed by the Uffizi Gallery at 12noon.
Free for children under 6.
Save time ordering: Add all the service tickets you want into your basket, then fill in the form and send your request.
Cancellation Policy: All client cancellations must arrive in writing up to 7 days before the booked date of the tour to be reimbursed free of charge. If you cancel 7 to 3 days before the date, you will be charged 30% of the total fee. Further cancellations imply no refund possible. No reimbursements for clients arriving late, for clients who get separated from the group during the visit, or who do not complete the visit. In case of cancellation of a tour by the tour operator for reasons of force majeure, clients will only be reimbursed for the amount paid for the tour. Tour operator is not responsible for any additional costs in connection with the reimbursement.
PLEASE NOTE: Immediately after submitting an order, you will receive an email with your order summary plus a second email confirming your successful payment. A confirmation email with links to the vouchers will be sent one business day after you place your order (Monday afternoon for orders submitted on Friday and during the weekend). Please make sure that your anti-spam filter does not block automatic emails from [email protected]
The Uffizi Gallery
The Uffizi are one of the richest and most important art galleries in the world; a guide will give you the direction and background information you need to enjoy your visit to the fullest!
The very beginning of the Uffizi Gallery was the collection of Francesco I de' Medici to which he dedicated the second floor of the building for his personal enjoyment. The collection became a “public and inalienable good” thanks to Duchess Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici whose will it was that it would be open to the public forever.
Today, the Uffizi Gallery is one of the most important museums in the world, with new acquisitions and gifts coming from collectors, private donations, diplomatic exchanges, dynastic and church heritages, patronages, and arts and crafts corporations.
One of the exhibition halls of the Gallery contains some of Botticelli’s most famous paintings, two of which are his absolute masterpieces: the Dance of Spring and the Birth of Venus.
The latter, the icon of the museum, depicts the goddess emerging newly born from the seafoam - her delicate beauty the acme of purity and spiritual grace, reflecting the Neoplatonic ideals.
The Accademia Gallery
Located in the heart of Florence, the Accademia Gallery hosts examples of paintings and sculptures by the great 14th and 15th century masters who made Florence the capital of art. The most famous work exhibited is undoubtedly the marble statue of David made by Michelangelo. Aside from Michelangelo's masterpieces, the Accademia Gallery is also the home of a collection of Gothic and Renaissance paintings that were once in the Medici collections, as well as models from the 18th century as well as early 13th century religious works. The treasured collection of musical instruments from the Luigi Cherubini Conservatory of Music has recently been added to the Accademia Gallery collections.
Once the guided tour is over, you can stay on in the museum and continue your exploration.
Price per Person: € 67.00
Tour Price includes: guide, museum entrance fees to both the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery with booking