Duration: 3 hours
Avoid the long lines to go into 2 of the most iconic art galleries in Florence, and discover the riches of both the Accademia and Uffizi Gallery by Florence tours. Appreciate masterpieces from the Medici collections of the Renaissance, as well as Michelangelo’s legendary David. Discover its fascinating gathering of grand masterpieces with an expert guide. Grasp Michelangelo’s renowned David, and admire the Medici collections of the Gothic and Renaissance periods. The Accademia gallery Florence is considered a must-see for visitors to Florence; so long entry lines are the norm. To avoid spending hours in line, consider purchasing skip-the-line Uffizi gallery and Accademia tickets in advance or opt for a private guided tour.
Your guided tour of the Accademia will take almost 90 minutes, after which you are free to devote some time in the museum on your own. Set off for lunch at one of the fantastic local restaurants in the zone, and return your guide in the afternoon to visit the Uffizi Gallery. The most prominent museum in Florence, the Uffizi Gallery, is located on the top floor of an impressive 16th-century building erected by Giorgio Vasari. To maximize your time in Florence, go for Uffizi and Accademia combo tickets that will make you visit both the Accademia Gallery and the Uffizi Gallery or also include a city sightseeing tour.
The Accademia Gallery is situated alongside the Piazza San Marco and is about a 15-minute walk from the Santa Maria Novella train station. It’s not distant from the Uffizi Gallery, which numerous tours visit in combination with the Accademia. The Accademia Gallery is busy every month of the year, but specifically so in the summer. It’s somewhat less crowded in the late afternoon, but can still be difficult to visit without a reservation. Note that the gallery is closed on Mondays.
Skip the long lines to enter the gallery and follow your guide, who will show you some of the world’s most renowned works of art by Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raffaello, and many others. Discover highpoints, for example, Botticelli’s famous masterpieces “Primavera”, and the “Birth of Venus” in best Florence tours. Once your guided tour has ended, feel free to explore the museum on your own – you’re free to roam the corridors until closing time. Book Uffizi and Accademia tickets in advance and explore the best of Uffizi and Accademia tour.