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A guided tour to view Michelangelo's statue of David as well as other notable works in the Accademia's collections. The tour lasts roughly 60 minutes, after which you can choose to stay in the gallery and explore the other artworks on show at your leisure. Available all year round at 10.00 AM, and at 10.00 AM, 11.30 AM or 1.00 PM (also in Spanish) in high season.
The tour lasts approximately an hour (it may last an hour and a half if the 1.00 option is chosen as the tour may be in two languages then), and takes in some other lesser-known pieces by Michelangelo as well as David himself. You'll skip queues and be accompanied by your expert guide at all times - you'll be listening in via headset (supplied and included in the price) to ensure you don't miss anything your guide is saying. Once the tour is over you are welcome to stay inside the gallery and continue exploring at your own pace.
Available all year round at 10.00 AM, and at 10.00 AM, 11.30 AM or 1.00 PM (also in Spanish) in high season (excluding Mondays, the first Sunday of each month, the 25th of December and the 1st of January) Children up to and including the age of 5 pay nothing, and there are reductions for young people between the ages of six and seventeen.
Experience the real living heart of Florence while visiting the wonders of the past on this unique walking tour, a tour that involves a visit to view the top must-see in Florence, Michelangelo's statue of David. Lasting around three hours (starting at 3.00 PM) and limited to groups of a maximum of 12 people, the tour will introduce you to important UNESCO heritage sites as well as leading you through the less well known parts of the city centre.
You will visit the Accademia to see ‘David’ and learn how Michelangelo created his masterpiece, and the importance of perspective in this huge sculpture.
Continuing to the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (the Duomo) you will hear about its stunning architecture and Brunelleschi’s massive dome (which remains the largest in the world) as well as the famed baptistry doors by Ghiberti.
Passing through the Piazza della Signoria with its fine architecture and outdoor gallery of impressive sculptures you will see the Palazzo Vecchio and learn about the Medici family and the history of Florentine government. This square was the scene of many protests and public executions.
You will walk the exterior corridors of the Uffizi Gallery (this tour does not include a visit to the gallery) and arrive at the famous Ponte Vecchio, the picturesque pedestrian bridge lined with jewellers’ shops and steeped in history.
The tour will also take you through Dante’s district and to the 14th century church of Orsanmichele with its fascinating history. You will get a chance to sample some of the best ice cream in Florence and learn about the typical Florentine ‘trippa’ being sold by the many local street food vendors.
A tour then, that ticks the can't-be-missed viewing of David checkbox, one that gives you an expert introduction to many other of Florence's absolute musts, and, perhaps most importantly, one that sees your passionate local guide give you a keen insight into the living city, as it is now, and a rolling back of the centuries to gain an understanding of the wonders of Renaissance Florence as it was when still a republic.