Enjoy the best view ever in Florence: climb the dome and discover its secret in a one hour guided tour. Enjoy the Vasari’s “Last Judgment” painting and listen to all the stories related to this cathedral.
Visit Boboli Gardens on a 1.5-hour walking tour, and discover a world of opulence and tranquillity in the heart of Florence. Hear how Cosimo I de’ Medici enlisted the help of eminent Renaissance architects to create a garden on a grand scale as you wander amid its avenues and terraces. With a guide, you’ll discover the gardens most impressive viewpoints, grottoes, and works of art based on ancient mythology. A skip-the-line entrance ticket is included.
Walking Florence: 3-hours guided walking tour to Piazzale Michelangelo
Enjoy a 3-hour morning walk. Start in the heart of the city, at the Baptistery, and finish at the "Gate of Paradise" of San Miniato al Monte Church. A gate that is both tangible and invisible. His key is there for all to see, but only a few can find it.
With this Private tour we offer you something outside of the typical basic tours that around. Experience a pleasant 2-hour walking tour along with your guide through the historical center of the city. You will head through the narrow streets in order to make you breath and feel the real city, you will hear the stories and anecdotes that have lived these places, some of them true tragedies. Nothing in Florence is coincidental. Everything has a reason why and we will show you some of the mysteries and secrets of the city.
Accademia Gallery Early Morning Statue of David Tour
Enjoy an exclusive early morning visit to the Accademia Gallery and see Michelangelo's original statue of David before the crowds arrive. Learn why David is such an important symbol to the Renaissance and much more.
Medici Tour: history and secrets through the Family monuments
Do you really know the Medici family? Take advantage of this tour to find out secrets and anecdotes of the family through the monuments of the greatest artists of the 15th century: Michelangelo, Donatello and Brunelleschi.
Enjoy a small group tour of the Basilica of Santa Croce, known as the Temple of the Glories of Italy. As a mausoleum for important personalities, it houses the tombs of the painter and sculptor Michelangelo, the author Dante, and the scientist Galileo.