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Classical Tours

Florence is renowned as one of the most beautiful cities in the world! To discover it on one of our customized private guided tours, explore our website now to see what we can offer. Why not join us on a tour of the Uffizi, the Accademia, the Pitti Palace  - all without waiting in line!

Walk the historical streets and discover the origin of the Renaissance, great artists such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, as well as the great physicist and astronomer Galileo that made Florence so famous worldwide.


The Medici Family

The Medici Family

The Medici Family and San Lorenzo districtThe are a lot of things to do in Florence and this is one of our highlight.This tour starts with the visit to Palazzo Medici Riccardi, one of the main residences of the first branch of the Medici family and proceede with the visit of the Medici chapels in the back of San Lorenzo church.  

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Highlights of Florence

Highlights of Florence

The Duomo and The Academy GalleryThe tour starts with an introduction in piazza Repubblica, then we move on to the Cathedral, Santa Maria del Fiore, better known as the Duomo, decorated with its polychrome marbles and dominate by its impressive Dome, in front you will admire the “Battistero” (Baptistery) and its bronze Gates.  

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Michelangelo in Florence

Michelangelo in Florence

Here we present two half day tours to discover our most famous artist:  Michelangelo. The young artist was protected by Lorenzo de' Medici and returned to Florence to create the famous David, the Renaisance's most famous sculpture, now in the Accademia Gallery.      

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The Uffizi Gallery

The Uffizi Gallery

The Uffizi Gallery and the chronological development of Italian painting.Founded by the Medici family in 1581, the collection of the Uffizi Gallery has been constantly increased throughout the centuries, this the most important collection of paintings from the 13th to the 19th centuries of Italy.  

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