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Guided tours of Florence
Vasarian Corridor , Barchetti boat

 

                

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Discover the secrets of Florence

Guide Florence can reveal to you the secret places of the city. We can reserve for you a special opening to the famous Vasarian Corridor the private passageway of the Medici family, seat of the collection of selfportraits or to some others art collections not open to public. We can also organise private tours in elegant noble palaces where the oldest tuscan families still live.

If you want to see Florence from the Arno river

A tour in the old Barchetti is a lovely experience. Barchetti were the boats used in the 19th century by the renaioli, sand collectors for the building sites in town.

 

Prices for private tours: couples, families, small groups (up to 10), Half day tour (about 2,5 hours) 150 €, Full day tour 300 €, 50 euros for any extra hour. Entrance fees not included. Prices for groups (from 11 to 20 people), Half day tour (about 2,5 hours) 135 €, More than 20 people: 4 € any extra person, Full day tour 270 € , Entrance fees not included, The full day tour is about 5,5 hours with lunch stop not included

 

 

 

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Florence guided tours

Renaissance, Palazzo Medici, Palazzo Strozzi
Medici family : Laurentian Library, Medici Chapels
Florence By night : Michelangelo Square
Michelagelo, Casa Buonarroti, Santa Croce church
Insolite Florence, San Miniato Church and Oltrarno
Pitti palace and famous Boboli Gardens
Private tours, unusual Florence
Uffizi Gallery, Botticelli, Lippi, Marini
Accademia museum, Michellagelo, David
Walking tour, Florence by night
Santa Maria Novella, the famous painting



 

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