- from March to October, everyday morning at 10.00 am
- from November to February, from Monday to Saturday at 10:00
Meeting point at Florencetown Office 15mins in advance.
Lenght: about 2 hours
Groups of maximum 20 people
Ghe tour is available in English only
- Walking tour (2 and 1/2 half hours)
- Licensed English speaking guide
- Gelato (Italian ice cream) (or espresso/cappuccino in Winter)
- Florence City GuideBook
The tour runs rain or shine.
There will be no penalty for cancellations of excursion bookings communicated in writing to the organization at least eight days prior to the booked excursion date. Between eight and two days prior to the excursion, 10% of the fare will have to be paid; from two days prior to the excursion departure, the payment of the entire amount will be due and no reimbursement will be granted. No reimbursement will be granted to any client who is not at the place of departure at the time established; similarly, no reimbursement will be granted to clients who lose contact with the guide or who do not complete the excursion.
Walking tour (2,5 hours) Licensed English-speaking guide Gelato (Italian ice cream) (or espresso/cappuccino in Winter) Florence City Guide Book
Walk and Talk Florence – guided walking tour
Be entertained by some tantalizing gossip about Michelangelo, discover what Leonardo had in mind to revolutionize the town, and hear about astounding events that shocked the Florentines.
The Florence Walk & Talk Tour gives you a taste of one of the most important and charming cities in the world, declared world heritage site by the UNESCO in 1982. Walk through the amazing center of Florence and discover its unique secular heritage and breathtaking beauty with an expert and fun tour guide.
Explore Florence's historic and architectural evolution from the Roman foundation through medieval times and the glorious Renaissance period up to modern time Florence. Stop for a surprise tasting and learn about the Tuscan culinary landscape and wine traditions.
Your guide will take you to some of the most important spots that inspired the greatest minds and artists.
During this walk, you will see Piazza della Signoria with the Palazzo Vecchio town hall, the Duomo, the Baptistery with its Gates of Paradise, Giotto’s free standing bell tower, the architectural marvel of Brunelleschi’s Dome, Santa Trinità and Orsanmichele Church, the Ponte Vecchio Bridge and the secret Vasari Corridor, as well as famous shopping streets and the Oltrarno district, home to a myriad of artisanal workshops.