Accademia and Florence City Tour €62

Operates: Daily except Monday

Starts: 9:00am

Duration: 3 hours 45 minutes

Adults: €62 (7 years and over)

Child: Children under 6 years travel complimentary with an adult. Please provide child ages in the notes when you book.

Small group walking tour of Florence’s historical centre

Iconic artworks at the Accademia Gallery including Michelangelo’s David

Highlights of Florence including Brunelleschi’s Cupola, Palazzo Vecchio and Piazza Duomo

Giotto’s Bell Tower

Porta del Paradiso

Skip the line access to Accademia Gallery

Walking tour of Florence centre

Professional and licensed guide

Earphones provided for bigger groups

Please meet your tour at our Florence Office via Cavour, 36 Red. Please arrive 20 minutes prior to your departure time. You will be given full instructions once you have completed the booking.

Accademia and Florence City Tour €62

Accademia and Florence Tour Itinerary

Get stuck into a day of exploring everything the striking city of Florence has to offer with an early morning tour of art, landscapes, and masterpieces. We begin with a small-group walking tour through Florence’s historical centre. Throughout the Florence City Tour, you’ll have a professional guide providing the backstories behind many of these magnificent settings. We’ll find our way through the bustling city streets, eventually arriving at the Piazza Duomo. Learn about the incredible story behind Giotto’s Bell Tower, one of the piazza’s four principal monuments, and discover the lavish Florence Baptistery, which features bronze and golden doors.

As our busy morning continues, we’ll return to the city streets and make our way to the celebrated Accademia Gallery. You’ll find many of Michelangelo’s most renowned works here including the world-famous statue ‘David’. In addition, the gallery is also home to several of his unfinished works such as ‘Prigioni’, and ‘San Matteo’.

One of Italy’s most famous figures, your guide will recount stories about Michelangelo’s life, providing wonderful insight into his personality and why his work, in particular, has become associated with Italy and the city of Florence.

Simply put, Florence is a city that thrives with amazing food, history, and culture. And this tour of Florence’s most famous sites will have you appreciating why it’s one of Italy’s most-loved cities.

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