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Guided walking tours of Florence
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Guided walking tours of Florence

Florence is a wonderful city, symbol of the Italian art and history. It is the birthplace of Renaissance and the city of the Medici family, Michelangelo’s David and Uffizi museum. But Florence is also an elegant city to discover…across the squares to the narrow roads, from palaces to churches and museums, we will walk along the Arno river discovering the great treasures and secret beauties of Florence. One tour is not enough to see everything, but here are some itineraries to help you make your holiday unforgettable.


FLORENCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
Walking tour of Florence
Michelangelo and the Accademia museum
Uffizi Gallery Giotto, Botticelli, Michelangelo, Raffaello

TO KNOW THE CITY BETTER
The buildings of a city
Pitti palace : picture gallery
Medici family San Lorenzo Complex

PRECIOUS FLORECE
Florence for walkers
Great Renaissance frescoes
Florence by night
Vasarian Corridor, the private palaces

These are just some ideas of all we can do together. Among our itineraries you can certainly find the one for you. If not, please contact us and we will plan your tailor made tour with you

 

 

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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, classic tour
Santa Maria Novella, the famous painting



 

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