Uffizi Gallery

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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.
| 2 to 4 hours approx. Extended tours or multiple in-depth visits available on request.
| Daily except Monday. Museum closes at 6.30 Pm.
* | 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.


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  • 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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