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Florence - Italy's Capital of Art

Florence is the capital of Tuscany. It has almost half a million inhabitants and lies on the Arno River at the foot of the Appenines. The cultural and physical impact of Florence is overwhelming, its museums, palaces and churches contain more art than perhaps any city in Europe.

This is in a large part a result of the great explosion of artistic and architectural activity that occurred during the Renaissance (between the 13th and 15th centuries) that Florence still embodies.

Florence annually attracts over a million tourists from everywhere in the world!

Essential Florence Information

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Small-Group Wine Tasting Experience in the Tuscan Countryside

Enjoy an half day small group tour to discover the beauty of the Tuscan wine country. Drive through vineyards, olive groves and cypress trees. Visit 2 wineries to discover the secrets of wine making, take pictures and taste different wines and olive oil paired with local Tuscan specialties.

from 94,35 US Dollar

Early Access: Guided Uffizi Gallery Tour with Skip-the-Line Ticket

Enjoy a 2-hour guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery plus free time inside the museum to continue your visit when the guide has finished. Since the tour starts very early in the morning when the museum is less crowded, you will not be annoyed by the throngs of tourists. The itinerary has been rigorously selected with the help of certified guides in order to show you more than just the great masterpieces everyone knows. You are guaranteed a professional and, of course, an enjoyable experience. Your guide will be monolingual so you will not have to listen to everything being repeated in other languages.

from 76,43 US Dollar

The Duomo Complex and Its Hidden Terraces

Admire the magical aerial panorama and learn the secrets of the Duomo from a different point of view. Enjoy an exclusive perspective: admire Florence panorama from the Duomoʼs 32 metres high terraces and climb up to the top of the Dome!

from 65,68 US Dollar

Guided Tour of Accademia Gallery and Skip-the-Line tickets: The David and Stradivarius

This is a 70-minute small group tour with a maximum of 15 people. It features a certified guide who will accompany you on an exciting brief journey. You will be able to see one of the museum’s jewels, the collection of musical instruments in the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini. This section includes an original Stradivarius from 1690 and the first modern piano, which was invented in Florence.

from 65,68 US Dollar
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