Get the chance to have a full taste of one of the most important and charming cities of the world heritage of the UNESCO.

Discover Florence as you pleasantly walk throught it: meet David, the greatest Michelangelo’s masterpiece.

The Itinerary: This day walking tour will introduce you to Accademia Gallery, Old Bridge, the Duomo and Piazza Signoria.

Time: EVERY DAY (except mondays)at 10am (Tue - Thu - Sat from Nov to Feb)

Length: Approx. 4.5 hours.

Meeting point: It will be communicated in the confirmation voucher.

Includes: Licensed and professional English speaking tour guide

Ice Cream included

Quick Accademia Gallery entrance (skip the long line)

Earphones for bigger groups

Opportunity to remain inside the Accademia museum after the tour is finished

Important NOTES: Please note we do not visit the inside of monuments during our walking tour but the Accademia Gallery.

Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Please let us know in advance any special need or impaired mobility of the clients and we will do our best to accomodate them.

Get the chance to have a taste of one of the most important and charming cities of the world heritage of the UNESCO.

Walk through the amazing center of Florence and discover its unique secular heritage and breathtaking beauty with an expert and fun tour guide.

Our tour explores the historic and architectural evolution factors from the Roman foundation through medieval centuries and its Renaissance glorious period up to modern time Florence.

Stop for a surprise “tasting”, and learn about the culinary and wine aspects of our unique cuisine.

Our guide will take you to some of the most important spots where the greatest minds and artists have stood and been inspired: Piazza della Signoria, the Duomo, the Baptistery, Santa Trinita and Orsanmichele Church, Pontevecchio Bridge, the secret Vasari Corridor and much much more.

Then enter the Accademia Gallery museum with a fast-track priority entrance ticket and discover the original Michelangelo's masterpiece that has become the symbol of Renaissance splendour. The David.

Admire it from every perspective, gaze in awe at David, that dominates the central gallery of the museum.

The David was sculpted by a very young Michelangelo (in his twenties) entirely from a single block of local Carrara marble and it's 5.17 metres tall (17 ft). It represents the biblical hero David that killed Goliath and when it was unveiled, in 1504, it soon came to symbolize the defense of the civil liberties embodied in the Florentine Republic.

Admire also Michelangelo's famously unfinished sculptures - Prigioni and San Matteo. The Accademia Gallery houses also many other masterpieces, both paintings and sculptures, from the Middle Ages to Renaissance, by the greatest artists, like Botticelli, Paolo Uccello, Andrea del Sarto and many more, which you will discover with your knowledgeable English-speaking guide.

Get the chance to have a full taste of one of the most important and charming cities of the world heritage of the UNESCO.