PRIVATE UFFIZI TOUR, FLORENCE'S MOST VISITED MUSEUM

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I will meet you at your hotel or in front of the Uffizi Gallery in the historic city center of Florence and using skip-the-lines entrance tickets we will begin this private experience through the most visited museum in Italy. During a private tour with me, the Uffizi becomes more understandable and enjoyable, as I take you to see the most impressive masterpieces of the Uffizi and explain famous paintings so they can be appreciated not only by art lovers, but by children of all ages and casual tourists as well. The Uffizi’s U-shaped building was created to serve as administrative offices and as a private space to house the personal collection of the fabulously rich and powerful Medici family. It is home to Botticelli’s Venus and Primavera, Leonardo da Vinci’s Annunciation, Michelangelo’s Doni Tondo, Piero della Francesca’s Portraits of the Dukes of Urbino and many others. A three hour tour is the perfect amount of time to spend in this impressive museum to get a wonderful overview!

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Duration: 3 hours
*Entrance fee for the Uffizi is 24 Euro per person (children until 5 are free, children 6-18 are Euro 4 with valid ID showing age) to be paid directly at the museum entrance.
**I will pre-book fast track tickets, also called skip-the-line, with a designated entrance time for you for the exact number and age in your party as supplied by you.
Important: The Uffizi (and all State Museums) are closed on Mondays, as well as December 25th, January 1st and May 1st.

Highlights

  • Fabulous private English-speaking tour of the Uffizi.
  • Don’t go by yourself and be overwhelmed– a private walking tour through the Uffizi is the best way to appreciate the most important works with personalized information that actually interests you.
  • Skip-the-lines ticket reservation means no waiting in line – instead all of your tour will be spent admiring the famous artwork you came to see.
  • View Botticelli’s Venus and Primavera, Leonardo da Vinci’s Annunciation, Michelangelo’s Doni Tondo, and Piero della Francesca’s Portraits of the Dukes of Urbino.

Route

  1. Florence