Explore and study the artworks of the two best galleries in Florence - the Accademia Gallery and the Uffizi Gallery - with a knowledgeable guide. Take in the creativity of the geniuses whose works reside within the walls and admire the magnificence of their artworks. Discover some of the best art pieces in the world as your guide provides commentary about the works.
Start your day at the Accademia by meeting your guide at the entrance for reservation holders and then make your way in. Known for the magnificent sculpture of ‘David’ by Michelangelo, the entire gallery is quite a handful. Spanning across seven halls each focussing on a particular theme, you are bound to be spellbound as you walk through these art-covered walls.
After your tour of the Accademia, you will be given time in the afternoon to grab some lunch and do a little exploring on your own. When it is time, meet your guide and make your way into Florence’s most visited gallery, the Uffizi. This gallery boasts more artworks than any other gallery in Florence. Admire the works of the famous painters including Botticelli, Leonardo Da Vinci, Giotto and many more as you tour among the mesmerizing paintings and sculptures.
Reduced Price Ticket
Children aged 6 years and younger may enter free. Please carry valid ID for all members in your party for whom you're booking reduced pricing tickets to confirm their age if required.
You will meet the assistant in front of the main entrance to the Gallery. They will be wearing a yellow colored jacket for easy recognition.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled time. Kindly note that your assistants for the two galleries may not be the same person.
You will meet the assistant in front of door 1, Gate 1. They will be wearing a yellow colored jacket for easy recognition.
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You may cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.
You will receive your mobile voucher in your email shortly. Please display this on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID to your tour guide at the respective meeting points for the tour of the two galleries.