Florence Walking Tour

The World’s Most Beautiful City Revealed

FLORENCE WALKING TOUR

Walking around the marvelous city of Florence is a dream come true through the services of our company. Discovering Florence on foot is among the best tours in Italy and can be booked as a private tour. Our guides are here to share your enthusiasm and take you on an unforgettable visit, highlighting the History, Art and Heritage of this amazing city.

HALF DAY WALKING TOUR | 3 Hours
Your tour guide will introduce you to Florence by walking you though its main squares and streets and by bringing its unique Medieval and Renaissance heritage to life.
Relive moments in history, learn about social and societal influences (history will come alive and you’ll get to know and learn about the factors behind the events) as you observe impressive towers and palaces, the Cathedral and churches, bridges, monuments and astonishing art works.


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DETAILS
Meeting at your hotel or an established location, tour introduction and beginning of visits to

Duomo and Baptisery, Piazza della Repubblica, Palazzo Strozzi & Via Tornabuoni, Santa Maria Novella, Ponte Santa Trinità, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria & Uffizi, Dante’s House and Medieval Towers, Santa Croce…

With an extra hour, one museum, such as the Accademia Gallery or Medici Chapels, can be visited.

FULL DAY WALKING TOUR | 7 Hours
Your tour guide will introduce you in-depth to Florence by visiting it’s main squares and walking it’s streets to discover it unique medieval and renaissance heritage. You will get to see the amazing towers and palaces, Cathedral and churches, bridges and river while learning about the history, art and social factors behind it.

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Ponte Vecchio – Florence Walking Tour

DETAILS
Meeting at your hotel or an established location. Visit Orsanmichele, Piazza Repubblica, Piazza Davanzati, Palazzo Strozzi, Santa Maria Novella with visit to the Officina and Profumeria, Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, Duomo and many other locations in Florence historical center.

Plus visit one or two of the following museums*:
Accademia Gallery (closed Monday)
Uffizi Gallery (closed Monday)
Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens
Bargello Museum
San Lorenzo Chapels and Palazzo Medici-Riccardi

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Participants | Up to 12 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
Duration | 3 to 7 hours approx.
Schedules | Daily at an arranged hour. Major museums close at 6.00 Pm and on Monday.
Fee* | From 210 Euros.

* “Fast Lines” tickets to enter museums not included, prices from 16.50 to 24 Euro per person.

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Uffizi Gallery

Uffizi Gallery
Italy's Greatest Art Collection

Italy’s Finest Art Collection

Art lovers cannot visit Italy without passing by Florence where the Uffizi Gallery gathers the masterpieces of renowned Italian artists such as Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Raffaello, Michelangelo, Titian, and Caravaggio. Private tours can be organized to this oldest and finest art museum in the world which construction was initiated by multitalented architect and painter Giorgio Vasari.

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Uffizi Art Tour | 2 to 4 hours

Your specialized and licensed art guide will introduce you the this amazing museum with a dedicated visit or as part of walking tour and Uffizi visit. Get an in-depth understanding of art collection with a special focus on 15th and 16th century Renaissance paintings and masters.

Tour Description

Meeting at your hotel or an established location. Walk to the museum and historical presentation: the birth of the collection, the art patrons and the legacy of great artists in Florence.

Entry and explanation of the museum interior spaces and tour guidance lines followed by visiting spaces dedicated to 13th and 14th century paintings with focus on Giotto’s school, early 15th century art by masters like Masolino, Masaccio and Paolo Uccello. Follow with second half of the 15th century with an extended stop at Sandro Botticcelli room  (Birth of Venus and The Spring in-depth), Filippo and Filippino Lippi, Verrocchio and others. Leonardo da Vinci’s paintings, the legacy of the Florentine Genius followed by the Map room and the Tribune.

Break at the central corridor and view on the Arno river and Ponte Vecchio.

Close encounter with Michelangelo’s Tondo Doni (his only complete painting on wood ), Raffaello and the beginning of Mannerism and Andrea del Sarto room. Final part of visit will be dedicated to Titian, Rubbens, Caravaggio and artists up to the 18th century.

For 4 hours visit with walking tour, walk through the historical center area, mainly Piazza della Signoria area and the Ponte Vecchio.

For a perfect art experience, combine the Uffizi Tour with a guided visit to the Accademia Gallery.


Participants | Up to 9 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
Duration
| 2 to 4 hours approx. Extended tours or multiple in-depth visits available on request.
Schedules
| Daily except Monday. Museum closes at 6.30 Pm.
Fee
* | From 240 Euros.

* “Skip the Line” tickets not included, price 24 Euro per person.
At Touring Florence, we don’t charge a commission for tickets if you book our tours.


 

Why visit the Uffizi Gallery?

  • The Uffizi Gallery has Italy’s greatest painting collection: you can’t miss it while in Florence.
  • All the great masters are here, from Botticelli to Leornado, Michelangelo and Caravaggio.
  • Private experience: you get all the attention from the best licensed art guides in Florence, friendly and informative: all your questions will be answered.
  • “Skip the Line Tickets” and fast entry to the Gallery.
  • Feel like an art expert at the end of the tour!

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Accademia Gallery

Accademia Gallery
Michelangelo and his David

MICHELANGELO’S DAVID

The Accademia Gallery is Italy’s most visited museum, displaying a fine collection of sculptures, religious art and musical instruments. Our company organizes private tours to this exceptional gallery where Michelangelo’s David will mesmerize you. The Accademia Museum is not to be missed when visiting Florence.

ACCADEMIA ART TOUR | 1.5 or 3 HOURS
Our specialized art guide will introduce you to this amazing museum with a dedicated visit or as part of walking tour. The visit is focused on Michelangelo’s life and works, with special attention to the David and the “Unfinished Prisoners” set of statues. Also you will get introduced to a wide collection of medieval and renaissance religious paintings with a short tour of the musical instruments section upon request.

DETAILS
Meeting at your hotel or an established location. Walk to the museum and historical presentation. Entry and visit the Sala del Colosso where a religious renaissance collection of paintings is located. Tour of the “unfinished Slaves” by Michelangelo and entry to the main lodge where Michelangelo’s David is located, historical and artistic in depth explanation. Visit to ther sections including Byzantine style iconography, plaster collection and musical instruments section. Stop at bookshop and exit.

For 3 hours visit with walking tour, walk through the historical center area, mainly Piazza della Signoria, Duomo area and San Lorenzo Square on your way to the Accademia Gallery.

For the perfect art experience, follow the visit to the Accademia Tour with a visit to the Uffizi Gallery to see Italy’s finest art collection.

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Why visit the Accademia?

  • It is Michelangelo, it is his David, the greatest art work ever.
  • The Master revealed. Get to know Michelangelo, his life, his works,
    his legacy and many other facts..
  • Private experience: you get all the attention from the best licensed art guides in
    Florence, friendly and informative: all your questions will be answered.
  • “Skip the Line Tickets” and fast entry to the Gallery.
  • Feel like an art expert at the end of the tour!

TOUR DETAILS
Participants | Up to 12 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
Duration | 1.5 to 3 hours approx.
Schedules | Daily except on Monday.
Fee* | From 170 Euros.

* “Fast Line” tickets not included, prices from 12.50 Euro per person per museum. At Touring Florence, we don’t charge a commission for tickets if you book our tours.

For opening hours and other information, please check the Musei Civici Fiorentini official website.

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Medici Dynasty

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The most important dynasty in Italy revealed.
The Medici family ruled Florence and Tuscany for over three centuries and contributed like no other to the renaissance movement that started in the 15th century. Coming from the Mugello area, just north of Florence, the Medici was a family of bankers that accumulated huge amount of wealth and power that lead them to become Grand Dukes of Tuscany in the 16th century and an important player in the European political and strategic scene. Among them, Cosimo the Elder is considered to be the Father of the Nation, his grandson Lorenzo the Magnificent is by excellence the perfect patron of Renaissance art, philosophy and literature. Cosimo I changed the status of the family from Dukes of Florence to Gran Dukes of Tuscany and unified the region in 1555.

Among the family members, two became Popes in times critical to the Church future and doctrine. While declining in the 17th century and ending in the 18th century, the Medici dynasty left their mark on Florence and Tuscany, and consequently on the world, like few others did.

Travel back in time and understand how this great family shaped history and politics in the times of the Tuscan state and sponsored the art you see now in Florence and Tuscany.

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HALF DAY MEDICI TOUR | 3 Hours
This introductory tour begins with a historical presentation of events related to Florence and the Medici, tracing the roots and raising to be the most powerful family in Florence in the 15th century while visiting important monuments and palaces in the historical center of Florence.

DETAILS
Meeting at your hotel or an established location. Introduction to the tour and explanation of the historical moment and facts. Walking tour starting from Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, San Lorenzo church and square, Duomo square, walk to Piazza della Signoria, Uffizi square and the Oltrarno neighborhood with a special stop at Palazzo Pitti, the Medici residence from the mid 16th century till 1737.

This is a walking and historical tour without museums visit.

PARTICIPANTS | Up to 12 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
DURATION | 3 hours approx.
SCHEDULES | Daily, starts in morning and afternoon.
FEE | From 270 Euro.

FULL DAY MEDICI TOUR | 7 Hours
In-depth journey into the legacy of the Medici family with special visits to their Palaces and art collection in various museums in Florence.

DETAILS
Meeting at your hotel or an established location. Introduction to the tour and explanation of the historical moments and facts. Walking tour starting at Palazzo Medici-Riccardi and visit to the palace museum, San Lorenzo church and the Medici Chapels, Duomo square, walk to Piazza della Signoria and visit inside Palazzo Vecchio, Uffizi square and the Oltrarno neighborhood with a special stop at Palazzo Pitti and visit to the Boboli Gardens.

Experience more with a visit to the Uffizi Gallery and/or Accademia Gallery.

PARTICIPANTS | Up to 12 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
DURATION | 3 hours approx.
SCHEDULES | Daily, starts in morning and afternoon.
FEE* | From 520 Euro.

* Museums entrance fee not included, prices vary from 6 to 16,50 Euro per person per museum. We can arrange for museum ticket reservation (highly recommended due to long waiting lines), please inquire.

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Medici Chapels and San Lorenzo

Medici Chapels and San Lorenzo

THE MEDICI’ FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD
Just few from steps the Duomo, the Medici, in the 14th century, settled in the quarter that is now San Lorenzo / San Marco neighborhood. From this place, their power, both financial and political, grew during the 15th century, making them the absolute lords of the city and leading them to the title of Dukes of Florence and Grand Dukes of Tuscany in the 16th century.

Here you find their original Palace and a church with burial chapels, the famous Medici Chapels, dedicated to the family members that are within a church designed and build by Renaissance architect and genius Filippo Brunelleschi, and an amazing chapel and library by the great master Michelangelo.


MEDICI CHAPELS AND SAN LORENZO | 2 to 5 HOURS
Set in one location, this tour will give you a full experience of San Lorenzo church, chapels and neighborhood.

The Medici Chapels tour include a full tour of the Princes Chapel started in the middle of the 16th century and Michelangelo’s New Sacristy started around 1515. The tour focuses on Michelangelo’s legacy as an architect and sculptur, his statues inside the Chapel and his relation with Medici family at the time and the family members buried inside.

On request, the tour can be followed by a tour of San Lorenzo Church with focus on Brunelleschi new style and the passage from Gothic style in architecture to Renaissance. Follow up, a visit to the Laurentian Library can be planned (morning visit only) and a visit to the Medici-Riccardi Palace.

After the tour and within two minutes walk, you will be visiting a vibrant neighborhood with Florence main food market (Mercato Centrale or Mercato di San Lorenzo) around the corner. It is the right place to introduce yourself to the rich and diversified Tuscan cuisine.


TOUR DETAILS
Participants | Up to 12 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
Duration | 2 to 5 hours approx.
Schedules | Daily at an arranged hour. Major museums close at 6.00 Pm and on Monday.
Fee* | From 230 Euros.

* “Skip the Line” tickets not included, price around 10 Euro per person per museum. At Touring Florence, we don’t charge a commission for tickets if you book our tours.

For opening hours and other information, please check the Polo Museale Fiorentino official website.

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Medici-Riccardi Palace, Courtyard.

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Laurentian Library, Michelangelo.

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Mercato Centrale, authentic Italian food shop.

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Florence by Night

Florence by Night

UNIQUE TOUR FOR UNIQUE MOMENTS…

Discover the beauty of Florence during the evening and night hours. Gaze at an amazing sunset from the Ponte Vecchio and admire the reflection of the architectural monuments on the river Arno. Let your tour guide show you unique corners of the city, far from crowds, and share a wine tasting, dining and after dinner experience with you. Whether you are seeking a romantic promenade or a special tour while skipping museums and big crowds, Florence by Night is a new way of discovering the city.

DETAILS
Your guide will meet you at your hotel to show you central Florence from the Duomo to Piazza della Signoria. Head to Ponte Vecchio to watch the sunset and capture the scene in photos. You’ll explore the small streets in the Otrarno neighborhood and enjoy a wine tasting. After an authentic Tuscan dinner at one of Florence’s great restaurants, the Florentine night scene and some of the trendiest cocktail bars in the city await you for a night out …

PARTICIPANTS
Couples or small groups.
DURATION
3 to 5 Hours.
SCHEDULES
Daily starting between 6,00 pm and 7,30 pm depending on the month of the year.
FEE
Fee based on hours requested, wine tasting and dining. Please inquire.

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The Bargello

The Bargello

A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF SCULPTURES
The Bargello is to sculptures what the Uffizi Gallery is for paintings: one of Italy’s most important marble, bronze and ceramics collection, a must visit while in Florence.

This fortified 13th century building, a prison and headquarters of the feared «Captain of Justice« is now a place where you find works by great Florentine masters: Donatello, Michelangelo, the Della Robbia workshop, Giambologna, Cellini and many others.

Also here you find a large of collection of ceramics (majolica), fabrics, ivory, silver, armors and old coins in different styles and from different collections.

THE BARGELLO | 2 hours to 4 hours
On this, you will be experiencing a fine and unique collections of sculptures by different artists and coming from different locations in Florence. The courtyard itself a unique place to explore, rich in details and decorated with engravings from centuries ago.


DETAILS
Pick up by your tour guide at your location or meeting in our central office, walk to the Bargello, just few steps from Piazza della Signoria. In-depth explanation of the history and the role of the building and view of the courtyard. Visit to ground collection with focus on one of Michelangelo‘s early works: The Bacchus and Brutus. Visit to first floor collection and encounter with Donatello‘s masterpiece: The David. View and discussion of the Sacrifice of Isaac bronze panels by Ghiberti and Brunelleschi (Baptistery door competition, 1401) Follow up with Della Robbia collection special with focus on their legacy in the ceramics and porcelain production in Florence. End tour with visits to different smaller rooms with various collections of smaller items and metal casting works.


PARTICIPANTS | Up to 8 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
DURATION |2 to 4 hours.
SCHEDULES | Daily, available all hours.
FEES | from 160 Euros flat.

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Santa Croce Grand Tour

Santa Croce Grand Tour

A FLORENTINE AUTHENTIC NEIGHBORHOOD.

Piazza Santa Croce and it’s neighborhood are a magical place. Colorful, joyful and dynamic, the neighborhood is Florence’ playground. In it’s huge square, the locals and the visitors come to relax, play and visit unique markets.

The Basilica, the largest Franciscan church in the world, is one of the masterpieces of the Italian Gothic architecture and is the «Pantheon« of the great Florentines and Tuscans: here are buried Alberti, Machiavelli, Michelangelo, Galileo and many others.

Here also, in summer, you can participate in the “Calcio Storico Fiorentino” events, a mix of soccer and rugby: the sport that has inspired modern time football.

PIAZZA SANTA CROCE | 2 to 4 HOURS.
Set in one location, this tour will give you a full Florentine experience. Within two minutes walk, you will be visiting an incredible square, a unique church and many small and hidden locations within the neighborhood. Inside the church, you will admire centuries old Frescoes and visit the tombs and monuments of great Tuscan artists buried inside the church.

DETAILS
Pick up by your tour guide at your location or meeting in our central office, walk toSanta Croce with an extended stop in the square for a historical introduction and in-depth explanation. Follow with an entry to Santa Croce Church, with focus on architecture and the spatial design from the foundations by Arnolfo di Cambio to the 19th century facade. Follow up by visiting the Chapels with in-depth view on the Frescoes and paintings within. Continue the interior’s visit with close encounter with artists buried inside. Exit the Church and visit the unique Pazzi Chapel and the main courtyard. After a short break, visit the famous School of Leather and experience one of Florence best trades. End the tour with a wine tasting of Chianti and Tuscan wines and other local specialties.


PARTICIPANTS
Up to 8 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
DURATION
2 to 4 hours.
SCHEDULES
Daily, available all hours.
FEES
Please inquire.

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The Florentine Genius

The Florentine Genius

Meet the Masters That Changed The Arts.
The Florentine Genius is a SPECIAL AND UNIQUE TOURING EXPERIENCE with a specialized tour guide and art/architecture historian to learn about the great artists and masters: Filippo Brunelleschi, Donatello, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo …

MICHELANGELO | FULL DAY EXPERIENCE

This unique tour is a tribute to the life and art of Michelangelo Buonarroti, one of the greatest creators of all times. As the supreme master of the Renaissance, Michelangelo is one of the greatest talents Florence has offered to the world. He grew up in Florence, the city that contributed most to and benefited profoundly from his prolific artistic genius!

During this comprehensive look at the Master’s life and art, especially those found in the center of Florence, special attention will be given to his sculptures and architecture. You will also be introduced to his writings, drawings and paintings. It is a process that will open your senses and give you the tools to understand and live the art of the “Divine One” like you never did before.


Details
The tour starts at 9 am at our offices with a short walking tour and an introduction to Michelangelo’s life, art and legacy. It is followed by a tour dedicated to introducing and analyzing his sculptures with visits to:

  • Bargello Museum.
  • Opera del Duomo Museum.
  • Accademia Gallery (the David and the Slaves).

At 1.30 pm, we plan a lunch break and discussion.

The afternoon program is dedicated to architecture, paintings and multimedia presentation as follow:

  • Visit to the Medici Chapels and Biblioteca Laurenziana in San Lorenzo complex.
  • Casa Buonarroti.
  • Multimedia presentation at a historical palace.

Special multimedia presentation of the Tondo Doni painting in Uffizi Gallery is planned for late afternoon. A separate visit to the Uffizi can be planned by request.

At 7.00 pm, we sojourn for an aperitif where we welcome open discussions and feedback of the day discoveries.
Each participant will be presented with a special gift at the end of the tour.


Participants | Up to 12 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
Duration | 7 to 9 hours approx.
Sschedules | Daily, starts at 9.00am by appointment. Tour can be split in two half day tours.
Fee | Please inquire.

LEONARDO DA VINCI | FULL DAY

Leonardo is the universal man by excellence, the supreme genius of art and science. He is the sublime expression of a unique moment in human history, a man who elevated art and knowledge to a level never known or seen before. Leonardo’s roots and ties to his birthplace, the town of Vinci near Florence and its surroundings and his immense talent are the proof of the special moment the city of Florence lived through the 15th and 16th century. This perfect background was a treasure to Leonardo’s talent, which exploded in Florence and spread to other great cities in Italy and beyond.

This Itinerary is a magical journey into the art, science, ideas and life of the Genius, with highlights on his Florentine youth and accomplishments during his life in Florence.

Details
The tour starts at 9 am with pick up by Van or luxury Sedan and drive to Vinci, Leonardo’s birth place 10 miles out of Florence, and an introduction to his life, art and works.

  • Visit to Leonardo’s Museum and home.

At 1.00 pm, we plan a lunch break and discussion. The afternoon program is dedicated to, paintings, sketches, machines and multimedia presentation. It starts with a dedicated tour and analysis of his artistic training and his paintings and visits as follow:

  • Uffizi Gallery.
  • Palazzo Vecchio and the lost Fresco.
  • The Inventions and Machines Museum.
  • The sketches and drawings.
  • Multimedia presentation.

At 7.00 pm, we plan an aperitif drink with open discussion and feedback. Each participant will be presented with a special gift at the end of the tour.

Participants | Up to 12 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
Duration | 7 to 9 hours approx.
Schedules | Daily, starts at 9.00am by appointment. Tour can be split in two half day tours.
Fee | Please inquire.

FILIPPO BRUNELLESCHI | FULL DAY

At the beginning of the 15th century, Filippo Brunelleschi visited Rome with his friend Donatello to study and sketch Roman antique architecture and monuments. That experience simply changed the world. On his return to Florence, Brunelleschi proposed a new style of architecture and that was the beginning of Renaissance in architecture and in art in general. A stubborn and hard person to deal with, he lead the way, along with Donatello and Masaccio, into this new form of artistic expression based on classical values and the search of universal truth (he is the father of geometric perspective). Last but not least, he is the architect of the magnificent Dome of Florence.

TOUR DETAILS
Meet your Renaissance architecture expert and tour guide around 9.00 am for a tour briefing and presentation. Follow up with visits and tours of Brunelleschi’s architecture in Florence historical center:

  • Visit to the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore (Duomo) and climb up the Dome.
  • Visit to San Lorenzo Church and Old Sacristy.

At 1.00 pm, we plan a lunch break and discussion The afternoon program is as follow:

  • Tour of Piazza S. S. Annunziata and exterior of the Ospedale degli Innocenti.
  • Tour of Santo Spirito Church complex.
  • Visit to the Pazzi Chapel inside the Santa Croce religious complex.

This walking tour will let your discover Florence by spending a full day walking its streets and squares, without visits to museums.
At 6.00 pm, we plan an aperitif drink with open discussion and feedback. Each participant will be presented with a special gift at the end of the tour.

Participants | Up to 12 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
Duration | 7 to 9 hours approx.
Schedules | Daily, starts at 9.00am by appointment. Tour can be split in two half day tours.
Fee | Please inquire.

DONATELLO | FULL DAY

Donato di Niccolò di Betto Bardi is for sculpture what Brunelleschi is for architecture: a man who revolutionized the style and principles of sculptures. Donatello metal bas-reliefs are amazing examples of his sense of perspective and his desire to apply depth in his work. His marble statues went from being under scaled human figures to fully scaled ones, preparing the way to Michelangelo’s “Gigantismo”.


TOUR DETAILS
Meet your tour guide and plan day ahead. The tour starts with an introduction about the life of Donatello and his background and training. The morning is as follow

  • Short visit to Orsanmichele and St. Mark statue.
  • Tour of Duomo Square and visit to Museo dell’Opera del Duomo.

At 1.00 pm, we plan a lunch break and discussion The afternoon program is as follow

  • Bargello museum in-depth visit.
  • Visit to historical marble workshop.

At 5.30 pm, we plan an aperitif drink with open discussion and feedback. Each participant will be presented with a special gift at the end of the tour.


Participants | Up to 12 people. Please inquire about larger groups.
Duration | 7 to 9 hours approx.
Sschedules | Daily, starts at 9.00am by appointment. Tour can be split in two half day tours.
Fee | Please inquire.

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