Discover the magic of Florence in a half day on our Best of Florence and Uffizi Gallery Tour, visiting all of the famous sights and skipping the long lines - from the marvel of David at the Accademia to Botticelli’s masterpieces in the Uffizi, the complex beauty of the Duomo to architectural gems hidden in Florence's city center.
Florence in a Half Day
Your morning begins with the Best of Florence tour – a comprehensive walking tour visiting the most famous sights in Florence’s city center such as the Duomo, the iconic Ponte Vecchio and the wonderful leather market. You’ll enjoy our Skip-the-Line entrance to the Accademia Gallery, where Michelangelo’s unfinished statues “the Slaves” and his magnificent 17-foot marble masterpiece, David await you. Your guide will give you expert commentary about the Accademia Gallery from the outside so that you will know exactly what to look for when you explore this beautiful museum at your own pace.
After an approximately 3 hours break in which you will be free to relax and enjoy lunch at a restaurant of your choosing or a place your guide would be happy to recommend, your afternoon visit with Skip-the-Line entry at the Uffizi Gallery begins.
The Uffizi Gallery
Here you’ll have the chance to behold in person the immediately recognizable works of Botticelli -- “Birth of Venus” and “Primavera”. The Uffizi contains signature works of the Italian masters, including Michelangelo and Da Vinci. With our skip-the-line tickets, you will waste no time queueing so that you can spend as much time as you want to appreciate the incredible masterpieces the Gallery has to offer at your leisure.
For more of our tours, check out our Florence Tours & Day Trips.
Please note that due to current Covid-19 restrictions and new safety policies, all customers will be required to wear a mask on City Wonders tours. Temperature checks will also take place at tour venues; if your temperature is above 37.5°C (99.5° F) you will unfortunately not be able to attend the tour. Also, a minimum of 1.80m interpersonal distance should be maintained during the museum visit.