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Customer reviews for: Accademia and Uffizi combined tickets

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4.6 out of 5 stars from 307 customers. 173 of them wrote reviews:

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5 stars
JB, United States
8th Feb 2015
A must-do for anyone visiting Florence. The David statue will leave you breathless and the amount of art is unlike any other.
5 stars
AK, United States
23rd Jan 2015
A truly memorable visit for a couple who have seen much in our travels
5 stars
HR, United States
19th Jan 2015
Very pleased to have gone to the "no waiting" entrance which was a plus about getting the tickets through the site.
5 stars
RK, United States
16th Jan 2015
Amazing......no other words but amazing & must do!
5 stars
PG, United States
12th Jan 2015
great to avoid long lines!
5 stars
LH, United States
17th Nov 2014
Passing up the queue was lovely and the Uffizi's collection is stunning. I was literally moved to tears at Michelangelo's Holy Family. The whole experience was more than we had ever imagined.
5 stars
NB, Georgia
18th Oct 2014
Advance booking avoided me standing in a long queue. Very helpful site for reservations
5 stars
GH, United States
30th Sep 2014
The vouchers worked perfectly to get us past the lines.
5 stars
NI, Canada
26th Sep 2014
5 stars
FL, United States
20th Sep 2014
5 stars
PW, United States
20th Sep 2014
Beautiful places. Awestruck to see these sites. If you go to Florence, don't leave without visiting The Accademia and The Uffizi. You might not want to schedule both in one day. In order to fit all we wanted to see, that is why I scheduled both on the same day.
5 stars
BK, Singapore
17th Sep 2014
Could highlight further in bold and larger font the need to redeem the tickets at specific counters. Escaped the slow moving non-pre-booked queue.
5 stars
JC, United States
5th Sep 2014
What can one say about visiting the Accademia and the Uffizi....amazing, sublime, perfection.
5 stars
FM, United States
3rd Sep 2014
The Acccademia was great. I enjoyed th Uffizi more than my wife. Very crowded.
5 stars
AH, Canada
2nd Sep 2014
Amazing, amazing, amazing, no line ups, no waiting, very well organized. The early entry into the Uffizi is the best time to go as you beat the crowds. Worth every Euro/Dollar/pound you spend.
5 stars
RK, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
29th Aug 2014
5 stars
BM, Australia
27th Aug 2014
It would have been probably a better idea to have visits on separate days. Found it onerous to do both on the same day.
5 stars
CH, United States
26th Aug 2014
These were the highlights of Florence! Tickitaly handled the arrangements so well...no improvement needed!!
5 stars
MA, United States
20th Aug 2014
The trip was excellent. I enjoyed the museums and it was great that we did not have to spend any time waiting in lines to get our tickets. Pre-booking is an excellent idea.
5 stars
CG, United States
14th Aug 2014
Very glad to have reservations ahead of time so that I didn't have to worry about it when I got into the country. Will use again.

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Coronavirus in Italy

(DECREE-LAW no. 221 of 24 December 2021):

"Extension of the state of national emergency and further measures for the containment of the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic", starting from 10 January 2022, in order to visit museums and other places of culture, you MUST:
- show the REINFORCED GREEN PASS (SUPER GREEN PASS) (i.e. the one issued following vaccination or recovery from COVID.
- bring and wear a FFP2 face mask.
- Children under 12 are excluded from this measure".

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