• UFFIZI GALLERY TOUR WITH SKIP THE LINE TICKET

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UFFIZI GALLERY TOUR WITH SKIP THE LINE TICKET

Discover the world’s largest collection of Renaissance art at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and learn all about the famous Medici family, who used to own the collection and have their offices here. 

Set in a location that offers some of the most spectacular views over Florence, the Uffizi Gallery belonged to the Medici family, who had their offices here. To this day, the gallery houses the largest collection of Renaissance art in the world.

Thanks to your “Skip the Line” ticket, your guide will lead you past the entrance queues and straight into the Uffizi Gallery. It’s quite remarkable how the Medici family has shaped and changed the history of Florence, which is why we will take some time to look at the portraits of different family members while reminiscing about their life stories.  

Starting with Giotto, we will then make our way through the remarkable collection of masterpieces created by the most influential artists of the Renaissance. From the different interpretations of “The Birth of Venus”, Botticelli’s “Spring” and the enigmatic works of Leonardo da Vinci to the construction of the Vasari Corridor: Your guide will let you in on the cultural, historical, and political phenomena that shaped the Florentine Renaissance. 

Our tour will end on the museum’s terrace. Take a break over a cappuccino and enjoy the spectacular views over the Piazza della Signoria and Brunelleschi’s Dome. Your museum ticket will be valid all day, giving you more than enough time to return to and admire your favorite works of art.


What is included in the tour:
  • One-language tour conducted by a certified tourist guide;
  • Earphone to clearly follow the explanations of the guide;
  • Ticket booking and priority access to the Uffizi Gallery;
  • Skip the Line” ticket;
  • Assistance with the museum entrance (disabled accessibility guaranteed).

What’s NOT included in the tour:
  • Refreshments;
  • Tips.

What you will do on the tour:
  • Visit the world-famous Uffizi Gallery, home to the world’s largest collection of Renaissance art;
  • Learn about the Medici family’s influence over Florence;
  • Marvel at the masterpieces by some of the world’s most famous artists such as Giotto, Botticelli, or Leonardo da Vinci;
  • Enjoy some of the best views over Florence.

Main features:
  • Duration: around 2 hours;
  • Languages: Italian, English, Spanish, French;
  • Meeting Point
  • Available: Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday - Sunday.

Information:
  • We offer private tours upon a minimum price increase;
  • The tour is not available the first Sunday of every month.

Please Note

  • Arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes prior to the scheduled starting time of the tour
  • Show the printed voucher or the digital voucher directly from your mobile or tablet
  • The local tour operator is not responsible for any delays sometimes caused by mandatory security che
  • Your ticket to the Uffizi Gallery will be valid all-day

Small Group

  • Group Max:
  • 2 h
  • audio system
  • priority entrance
  • ticket
  • Tour Guide

€65.00

per person

Private

  • Group Max:
  • 2
  • audio system
  • priority entrance
  • ticket
  • Tour Guide

€125.00

per person

  • Available
    Sunday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday - Saturday
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