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All Florence and Hills guided city tour with Accademia and Uffizi skip the line

All Florence and Hills guided city tour with Accademia and Uffizi skip the line - Firenze, Italy

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Firenze, Italy

From USD
$134.01

Explore the Renaissance city of Florence with this full-day sightseeing tour. With an expert guide, see top Florence sights such as the Duomo and Piazza della Signoria, and enjoy skip-the-line entry to either the Accademia Gallery or the Uffizi Gallery. Book the full-day tour, a combination of morning and afternoon tour, for a comprehensive introduction to the Tuscan capital ... More info ›

Explore the Renaissance city of Florence with this full-day sightseeing tour. With an expert guide, see top Florence sights such as the Duomo and Piazza della Signoria, and enjoy skip-the-line entry to either the Accademia Gallery or the Uffizi Gallery. Book the full-day tour, a combination of morning and afternoon tour, for a comprehensive introduction to the Tuscan capital. Upgrade to include a delicious lunch at a local restaurant.

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Stop At: Piazzale Michelangelo, Viale Michelangelo, 50125, Florence Italy

On a GT coach you will get to Piazzale Michelangelo, the most breathtaking city view

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: San Domenico Fiesole, Via San Domenico, Fiesole Italy

A Gt coach ride will take you to Fiesole hill, an ancient village from where it is possible to admire a wonderful view of the city and the countryside around Florence

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Galleria dell'Accademia, Via Ricasoli, 58/60, 50122, Florence Italy

Guided visit inside the Accademia Gallery

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Basilica di San Lorenzo, Piazza di San Lorenzo 9, 50123, Florence Italy

Exterior visit of the famous Medici Churc

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Piazza del Duomo, 50122, Florence Italy

Exterior visit of the Duomo Complex: The Cathedral (Santa Maria del Fiore), Giotto Bell Tower and the Baptistery represent the religious Florence Center and three of the most important monuments of the city

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Basilica di Santa Croce, Piazza Santa Croce 16, Florence Italy

Exterior visit of this wonderful Church, just near the Arno river

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, Florence Italy

Exterior visit of Palazzo Vecchio

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Piazza della Signoria, 50122, Florence Italy

Exterior visit of Piazza della Signoria

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Loggia dei Lanzi, Piazza della Signoria, 50121, Florence Italy

Exterior visit of the wonderful open air museum when the Perseo by Bernini is located

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Gallerie Degli Uffizi, Piazzale degli Uffizi 6, 50122, Florence Italy

Guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Florence Segway Tour

Florence Segway Tour - Firenze, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Firenze, Italy

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$55.84

Glide through the streets of Florence on the coolest ride of the 21st century - a Segway! You'll have the time of your life while discovering the many wonders of this wonderful Renaissance city. Far easier than walking, and more unique and private than a coach tour, getting around Florence on a Segway personal transporter is a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

This is a small-group experience and so you'll have easy access to your guide to help answer any questions, and of course, take pictures on this unforgettable ride ... More info ›

Glide through the streets of Florence on the coolest ride of the 21st century - a Segway! You'll have the time of your life while discovering the many wonders of this wonderful Renaissance city. Far easier than walking, and more unique and private than a coach tour, getting around Florence on a Segway personal transporter is a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

This is a small-group experience and so you'll have easy access to your guide to help answer any questions, and of course, take pictures on this unforgettable ride. There will be plenty of photo opportunities along the way and your guide will always be handy to tell you about the amazing history of our incredible city!

While you ride your two-wheeled electric Segway, which operates by self-balancing, you'll listen to your live guide via a set of headphones and hear entertaining facts and anecdotes about the history of Florence as you glide. You could almost consider this a private tour, since groups are limited to a minimum of two and a maximum of six, plus tour leader. You'll have fantastic photo opportunities and excellent personal service from your professional guide.

Your tour starts with an orientation session. Once you feel comfortable riding the Segway, your journey begins to the historic center of town. Here you will have the opportunity to visit (exterior only) all the important areas of Florence while listening to your live guide comfortably through your headpiece set.

Tour Highlights include:

Palazzo Strozzi

Orsanmichele Church (external visit)

Basilica of San Lorenzo

Duomo Square

Giotto Tower (external visit)

The Loggia dei Lanzi

The Baptistery (external visit)

The Uffizi (external visit)

Santa Croce Square

New Market Square (Porcellino)

Signoria Square

Repubblica Square

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Small-Group Tuscany By Vespa

Small-Group Tuscany By Vespa - Firenze, Italy
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Firenze, Italy

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$122.29

Take a tour from Florence with a difference - by vespa scooter! It's a fabulous way to tour the Chianti region of Tuscany with beautiful vineyards and rolling hills. An exciting alternative to conventional tours, this Chianti Scooter Tour gives you access to country roads so you'll discover more corners of this world-famous wine producing region of Italy ... More info ›

Take a tour from Florence with a difference - by vespa scooter! It's a fabulous way to tour the Chianti region of Tuscany with beautiful vineyards and rolling hills. An exciting alternative to conventional tours, this Chianti Scooter Tour gives you access to country roads so you'll discover more corners of this world-famous wine producing region of Italy. Ride through the hillside of Tuscany on a Vespa scooter and soak up the sights, smells and sounds.
The ride, along scenic country roads will offer splendid views of the rolling hillside, vineyards and olive groves, little medieval churches and ancient wineries. Some stops for photo opportunities will be made along the way.
You will visit a famous winery, producing some of the most appreciated Chianti wines, and a boutique winery, learning their approach on wine making and tasting their delicious wines and olive oil.
End your memorable experience with a typical Tuscan meal that will be served in a Tuscan farmhouse

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Pass By: Chianti Road, Italy

With a short ride, you will be taken just outside of the busy and bustling city center to start your Vespa tour

Stop At: Chianti Road, Italy

First you will receive an orientation conducted by an English speaking trained professional, ensuring the safe operation of the Vespas before we head out for our engaging and enjoyable ride (see notes).
A driving test in an enclosed space will be held to understand if everyone has enough confidence and safety on the Vespa to drive on open roads.
The 1 and half hour ride, along scenic country roads will offer splendid views of the rolling hillside, vineyards and olive groves, little medieval churches and ancient wineries. Some stops for photo opportunities will be made along the way.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Tenuta di Nozzole, Via di Nozzole 12 Loc. Passo Dei Pecorai, 50022, Greve in Chianti Italy

Visit of the Cellar

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Diadema Wine - Azienda Vinicola, Via Imprunetana per Tavarnuzze, 19, 50023 Impruneta FI, Italy

Visit of the cellar and wine tasting

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Diadema Cooking School, Viale Aldo Moro, 3, 50023, 50023 Impruneta FI, Italy

Typical Tuscan Meal in a Farmhouse

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Florence Vespa Tour: Tuscan Hills and Italian Cuisine

Florence Vespa Tour: Tuscan Hills and Italian Cuisine - Firenze, Italy
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Firenze, Italy

From USD
$94.93

Drive your own stylish vintage Vespa through Tuscany, just as the locals do, on this 4-hour small-group tour from Florence! Following your guide, leave Florence and head to the hills, passing beautiful attractions like the Church of San Miniato al Monte and Piazzale Michelangelo. Finish in the best way possible, with a relaxing and typically delicious Tuscan meal in Florence.

Numbers are limited to 10 people on this fun-filled Vespa tour, ensuring you'll enjoy a more personalized experience.

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Stop At: Walkabout Florence Tours, Via Vinegia 23R, 50122, Florence Italy

Starting Point and shop

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Piazzale Michelangelo, Viale Michelangelo, 50125, Florence Italy

Piazza Michelangelo is on a hill on the south bank of the Arno River, just east of the center of Florence, and offers a stunning view of the city.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Basilica San Miniato al Monte, Via delle Porte Sante 34, 50125, Florence Italy

San Miniato al Monte is a basilica in Florence, standing atop one of the highest points in the city ... More info ›

Drive your own stylish vintage Vespa through Tuscany, just as the locals do, on this 4-hour small-group tour from Florence! Following your guide, leave Florence and head to the hills, passing beautiful attractions like the Church of San Miniato al Monte and Piazzale Michelangelo. Finish in the best way possible, with a relaxing and typically delicious Tuscan meal in Florence.

Numbers are limited to 10 people on this fun-filled Vespa tour, ensuring you'll enjoy a more personalized experience.

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Walkabout Florence Tours, Via Vinegia 23R, 50122, Florence Italy

Starting Point and shop

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Piazzale Michelangelo, Viale Michelangelo, 50125, Florence Italy

Piazza Michelangelo is on a hill on the south bank of the Arno River, just east of the center of Florence, and offers a stunning view of the city.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Basilica San Miniato al Monte, Via delle Porte Sante 34, 50125, Florence Italy

San Miniato al Monte is a basilica in Florence, standing atop one of the highest points in the city. It has been described as one of the finest Romanesque structures in Tuscany and one of the most scenic churches in Italy.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Villa Pian dei Giullari, Via del Pian dei Giullari, 50125, Florence Italy

Pian dei Giullari is a hamlet overlooking Florence, just above Piazzale Michelangelo.

Stop At: Villa del Poggio Imperiale, Piazzale del Poggio Imperiale 1, 50125, Florence Italy

Villa del Poggio Imperiale is a predominantly neoclassical former grand ducal villa in Arcetri, just to the south of Florence in Tuscany, central Italy.

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Casa Chianti Classico, Circonvallazione Santa Maria 18, 53017, Radda in Chianti Italy

The diverse and amazing panorama in Tuscany is distinguished with its diverse and scenic landscapes; perhaps the most famous being Chianti. Located in an area that encompasses Florence and Siena, Chianti is as varied in its scenery as it is in its wines.

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Travel Photo Tour Shooting in Florence

Travel Photo Tour Shooting in Florence - Firenze, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Firenze, Italy

From USD
$134.01

I am a lifestyle, portrait and destination wedding photographer based in Florence.  I started working professionally in the family photography. My style is natural and I compose elegant and timeless stories spontaneously, but also with posed images.

We will organize a tour according to the preference of the travelers ... More info ›

I am a lifestyle, portrait and destination wedding photographer based in Florence.  I started working professionally in the family photography. My style is natural and I compose elegant and timeless stories spontaneously, but also with posed images.

We will organize a tour according to the preference of the travelers. An option is to start next to the Duomo, follow to Ponte Vecchio and Finish in Piazza della Signoria.

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Skip-the-line Florence Highlights & Michelangelo's David Guided Sightseeing Tour

Skip-the-line Florence Highlights & Michelangelo's David Guided Sightseeing Tour - Firenze, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Firenze, Italy

From USD
$65.89

Join on this great 2.5 hour walking tour in the company of a local guide who will introduce you to the very best sights of Florence.  It is a super way to get to know the city and your guide with help with suggestions as to what you may wish to see on the rest of your stay in the city; where to eat, shop and perhaps enjoy the night life.  You will visit:  Santa Croce Church; the Bargello Palace;  Piazza della Signoria; Ponte Vecchio; Palazzo Vecchio; the Cathedral; Giotto's Bell Tower; Uffizi Gallery's courtyard; the church of San Lorenzo and see one of Michelangelo's most famous masterpieces at the Accademia Gallery.

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Stop At: Piazza Santa Croce, 50122, Florence Italy

This walking tour is both fun and informative.  As you meander through Florence’s streets and piazzas your very knowledgeable guide will explain something of the city’s history and take you on a journey through Renaissance Florence to discover some of its wonderful architecture.  It is a fantastic opportunity to get to know Florence and to see the monuments, squares and markets of this enchanting city.

The tour stops at the Church of Santa Croce and then proceeds to the Bargello Place.  This wonderful example of medieval architecture is not often on the tourist trail.  From the Bargello a short walk takes you to the famous fourteenth century Ponte Vecchio, Florence’s oldest and best known bridge.  Your guide will tell you the intriguing history of the bridge and the Vasari Corridor and how the shops (botteghe) that line the bridge changed with the construction of the corridor. From here you also have a magnificent view of the hills that surround the city.

This tour takes you into the back streets of Florence to see the medieval town houses located in the oldest part of the city.  Then it is into the Piazza Duomo to cast your eyes upon the wonderful Cathedral with its perfectly preserved and unique marble engravings.  Towering above you is Brunelleschi’s Dome; symbol of Renaissance Florence and famous for its daring design and even more challenging realization.

The Piazza Duomo is filled with interesting things to see but we will ensure you don’t miss Giotto’s bell tower, an example of 1300 architecture and the splendid Porta del Paradiso of the Baptistery.

Another short walk brings you to one of Florence’s top museums, the Accademia Gallery.  No queuing as with skip-the-line entry it is straight to see Michelangelo’s “David”.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Piazza del Duomo, 50122, Florence Italy

This walking tour is both fun and informative.  As you meander through Florence’s streets and piazzas your very knowledgeable guide will explain something of the city’s history and take you on a journey through Renaissance Florence to discover some of its wonderful architecture.  It is a fantastic opportunity to get to know Florence and to see the monuments, squares and markets of this enchanting city.

The tour stops at the Church of Santa Croce and then proceeds to the Bargello Place.  This wonderful example of medieval architecture is not often on the tourist trail.  From the Bargello a short walk takes you to the famous fourteenth century Ponte Vecchio, Florence’s oldest and best known bridge.  Your guide will tell you the intriguing history of the bridge and the Vasari Corridor and how the shops (botteghe) that line the bridge changed with the construction of the corridor ... More info ›

Join on this great 2.5 hour walking tour in the company of a local guide who will introduce you to the very best sights of Florence.  It is a super way to get to know the city and your guide with help with suggestions as to what you may wish to see on the rest of your stay in the city; where to eat, shop and perhaps enjoy the night life.  You will visit:  Santa Croce Church; the Bargello Palace;  Piazza della Signoria; Ponte Vecchio; Palazzo Vecchio; the Cathedral; Giotto's Bell Tower; Uffizi Gallery's courtyard; the church of San Lorenzo and see one of Michelangelo's most famous masterpieces at the Accademia Gallery.

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Piazza Santa Croce, 50122, Florence Italy

This walking tour is both fun and informative.  As you meander through Florence’s streets and piazzas your very knowledgeable guide will explain something of the city’s history and take you on a journey through Renaissance Florence to discover some of its wonderful architecture.  It is a fantastic opportunity to get to know Florence and to see the monuments, squares and markets of this enchanting city.

The tour stops at the Church of Santa Croce and then proceeds to the Bargello Place.  This wonderful example of medieval architecture is not often on the tourist trail.  From the Bargello a short walk takes you to the famous fourteenth century Ponte Vecchio, Florence’s oldest and best known bridge.  Your guide will tell you the intriguing history of the bridge and the Vasari Corridor and how the shops (botteghe) that line the bridge changed with the construction of the corridor. From here you also have a magnificent view of the hills that surround the city.

This tour takes you into the back streets of Florence to see the medieval town houses located in the oldest part of the city.  Then it is into the Piazza Duomo to cast your eyes upon the wonderful Cathedral with its perfectly preserved and unique marble engravings.  Towering above you is Brunelleschi’s Dome; symbol of Renaissance Florence and famous for its daring design and even more challenging realization.

The Piazza Duomo is filled with interesting things to see but we will ensure you don’t miss Giotto’s bell tower, an example of 1300 architecture and the splendid Porta del Paradiso of the Baptistery.

Another short walk brings you to one of Florence’s top museums, the Accademia Gallery.  No queuing as with skip-the-line entry it is straight to see Michelangelo’s “David”.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Piazza del Duomo, 50122, Florence Italy

This walking tour is both fun and informative.  As you meander through Florence’s streets and piazzas your very knowledgeable guide will explain something of the city’s history and take you on a journey through Renaissance Florence to discover some of its wonderful architecture.  It is a fantastic opportunity to get to know Florence and to see the monuments, squares and markets of this enchanting city.

The tour stops at the Church of Santa Croce and then proceeds to the Bargello Place.  This wonderful example of medieval architecture is not often on the tourist trail.  From the Bargello a short walk takes you to the famous fourteenth century Ponte Vecchio, Florence’s oldest and best known bridge.  Your guide will tell you the intriguing history of the bridge and the Vasari Corridor and how the shops (botteghe) that line the bridge changed with the construction of the corridor. From here you also have a magnificent view of the hills that surround the city.

This tour takes you into the back streets of Florence to see the medieval town houses located in the oldest part of the city.  Then it is into the Piazza Duomo to cast your eyes upon the wonderful Cathedral with its perfectly preserved and unique marble engravings.  Towering above you is Brunelleschi’s Dome; symbol of Renaissance Florence and famous for its daring design and even more challenging realization.

The Piazza Duomo is filled with interesting things to see but we will ensure you don’t miss Giotto’s bell tower, an example of 1300 architecture and the splendid Porta del Paradiso of the Baptistery.

Another short walk brings you to one of Florence’s top museums, the Accademia Gallery.  No queuing as with skip-the-line entry it is straight to see Michelangelo’s “David”.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Piazza della Signoria, 50122, Florence Italy

This walking tour is both fun and informative.  As you meander through Florence’s streets and piazzas your very knowledgeable guide will explain something of the city’s history and take you on a journey through Renaissance Florence to discover some of its wonderful architecture.  It is a fantastic opportunity to get to know Florence and to see the monuments, squares and markets of this enchanting city.

The tour stops at the Church of Santa Croce and then proceeds to the Bargello Place.  This wonderful example of medieval architecture is not often on the tourist trail.  From the Bargello a short walk takes you to the famous fourteenth century Ponte Vecchio, Florence’s oldest and best known bridge.  Your guide will tell you the intriguing history of the bridge and the Vasari Corridor and how the shops (botteghe) that line the bridge changed with the construction of the corridor. From here you also have a magnificent view of the hills that surround the city.

This tour takes you into the back streets of Florence to see the medieval town houses located in the oldest part of the city.  Then it is into the Piazza Duomo to cast your eyes upon the wonderful Cathedral with its perfectly preserved and unique marble engravings.  Towering above you is Brunelleschi’s Dome; symbol of Renaissance Florence and famous for its daring design and even more challenging realization.

The Piazza Duomo is filled with interesting things to see but we will ensure you don’t miss Giotto’s bell tower, an example of 1300 architecture and the splendid Porta del Paradiso of the Baptistery.

Another short walk brings you to one of Florence’s top museums, the Accademia Gallery.  No queuing as with skip-the-line entry it is straight to see Michelangelo’s “David”.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Galleria dell'Accademia, Via Ricasoli, 58/60, 50122, Florence Italy

This walking tour is both fun and informative.  As you meander through Florence’s streets and piazzas your very knowledgeable guide will explain something of the city’s history and take you on a journey through Renaissance Florence to discover some of its wonderful architecture.  It is a fantastic opportunity to get to know Florence and to see the monuments, squares and markets of this enchanting city.

The tour stops at the Church of Santa Croce and then proceeds to the Bargello Place.  This wonderful example of medieval architecture is not often on the tourist trail.  From the Bargello a short walk takes you to the famous fourteenth century Ponte Vecchio, Florence’s oldest and best known bridge.  Your guide will tell you the intriguing history of the bridge and the Vasari Corridor and how the shops (botteghe) that line the bridge changed with the construction of the corridor. From here you also have a magnificent view of the hills that surround the city.

This tour takes you into the back streets of Florence to see the medieval town houses located in the oldest part of the city.  Then it is into the Piazza Duomo to cast your eyes upon the wonderful Cathedral with its perfectly preserved and unique marble engravings.  Towering above you is Brunelleschi’s Dome; symbol of Renaissance Florence and famous for its daring design and even more challenging realization.

The Piazza Duomo is filled with interesting things to see but we will ensure you don’t miss Giotto’s bell tower, an example of 1300 architecture and the splendid Porta del Paradiso of the Baptistery.

Another short walk brings you to one of Florence’s top museums, the Accademia Gallery.  No queuing as with skip-the-line entry it is straight to see Michelangelo’s “David”.

Duration: 1 hour

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