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Vasari Corridor, group tour

A guided tour of the Vasari Corridor, lasting around one and a half hours. Cost includes all entrance tickets as well as the tour itself. Children under the age of 8 may not take part in these tours.

This tour of the Vasari Corridor starts on the Uffizi side of the river, proceeds along the Corridor with a qualified instructor in the History of Art (earphones are provided), and finishes in Piazza Pitti. The tour is conducted in English during the week but in Italian on Sundays.

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4.5 stars out of 5 from 41 ratings. See all 37 reviews

5 stars
JKWLuvtoTravel, United States
18th Jun 2016
We did the Vasarai Corridor 90 min tour that started at the Uffizi and ended in Boboli Gardens. Great tour in Florence! You cannot get in on your own and it is a must-see piece of history to experience and learn about. Perfect amount of time with kids so they don't lose interest. Found this more interesting than looking at sculptures at the Accademia or artwork at the Uffizi. The Vasari Corridor will be closed to public starting Nov 2016 for a year and half, so get in now b/c you don't know if they will open back to public as planned in the future. Tour guide was excellent - english was easy to understand.
5 stars
MN, Russian Federation
6th Mar 2016
I'm very enjoyed of my visit.
5 stars
BF, Canada
20th Feb 2016
We enjoyed our tour immensely....I have wanted to "walk in the footsteps of the Medici," for 15 years, and finally was able to follow Cosimo from the Ufficci to his home in the Pitti Palace. Great tour.
5 stars
MM, United States
6th Feb 2016
It was very interesting and very special to be able to walk through so much of the Corridor. Our guide was most informative and pointed out many important portraits that I would have missed otherwise.
5 stars
HM, Canada
30th Dec 2015
It was very nice! Memorable
5 stars
KG, Hungary
21st Oct 2015
We loved the Vasari corridor tour. It started on time, the meeting point was easy to find, our group had a modest size, and our tour leader was absolutely awesome. he told us a lot of additional stories that were both funny and interesting, and had a link to paintings or the history of the corridor. His English was perfect, both in terms of grammar and pronunciation, so we were absolutely happy with him. Thank you for the experience!The tour length is not 2 hours, we finished in a little more than an hour, and we didn't rush at all.