UFFIZI GALLERY EARLY MORNING TOUR

Code: STT_AM2

UFFIZI GALLERY EARLY MORNING TOUR

Discover the gems of the Uffizi Gallery, host to the largest collection of Renaissance paintings in the world.

Trace the Italian Renaissance right back to its origins with a guided tour of the Uffizi’s masterpieces. Discover the key to unlocking the meanings behind Botticelli’s renowned Birth of Venus and Primavera – and the intrigue surrounding his muse, the Renaissance’s own ‘top model’ – and just why Leonardo da Vinci’s paintings remain some of the most enigmatic works of art in the world.

We learn why Giotto was such a painting pioneer, and spot the Medici faces that changed the history of Florence and were instrumental in creating the artistic legacy we enjoy today.
Along the way we stop for a coffee on the roof terrace – with panoramic views over Piazza della Signoria stretching to the Duomo – and also discuss what drove the Medici family to bulldoze a kilometre-long secret passage through their neighbours’ houses and create the remarkable Vasari Corridor.

Note: the tour is not available the first Sunday of every month.

Highlights

  • Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Spring
  • Caravaggio’s Medusa
  • Leonardo’s Annunciation
  • The Medici family
  • The Vasari Corridor
  • Brunelleschi's Dome
  • Raphael's Madonna of the Goldfinch
  • Michelangelo's Tondo Doni (Holy Family)

Small Group

  • Group Max:
  • 2
  • 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
  • Start From
    8:30 am
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Meeting Point: Uffizi, door nr 3 (Via Lambertesca 2) Florence

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