Immerse yourself in the artistic heritage of Florence on this Uffizi Tour and journey through the history of art from the Middle Ages to the Italian Renaissance. The Uffizi Gallery houses one of the world’s most noteworthy collections of art, drawing in more than a million annual visitors who wish to cast eyes upon its numerous masterpieces. Save your precious time with a skip-the-line entrance ticket to the fabled Uffizi Gallery. Explore the oldest museum in the world with the works of artists such as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Caravaggio, Botticelli, and Giotto, among others.
With your fully licensed guide, explore the oldest museum in the world. The Uffizi gallery Florence features a number of long, winding art-filled hallways, making it near-impossible to see everything on display, so small-group guided tours and self-guided audio tours are recommended to help you see the top pieces and give some context to the works you’re viewing. It is the premier place to view Italian Renaissance art and is the most-visited museum in Italy. Set in the heart of Florence, the museum comprises gallery halls are numbered and organized in chronological order.
The Uffizi Gallery is set between the Piazza Della Signoria and Arno River in central Florence, not distant from the Ponte Vecchio. The gallery’s fullest times include weekends, mornings, and Tuesdays. The crowd is likely to be lighter after 4 pm and from November to March. It is closed on Mondays and foremost holidays. Admission is free on the first Sunday of each month—expects the largest crowds of all on these dates. A visit is often combined with a stop at the nearby Accademia Gallery, which firms the Statue of David.
See Michelangelo’s Tondo Doni, the Annunciation by Leonardo and Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, scattered throughout the museum’s light-filled rooms and hallways. See highlights such as Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus,” Caravaggio’s “Medusa” and the only painting made on wood by Michelangelo. Together with Raphael’s portraits and Michelangelo’s Tondo Doni, these works signify the height of the Italian Renaissance.
Duration: 2 hours - 6.5 hours