Chiara Florence Tours

Must To Do

What do you know about Florence? Why is it famous all over the world? Here are the tours that present the itineraries, monuments and museums for which Florence attracts millions of visitors every year since the 9th century. Itineraries designed for those who have little time available and do not want to miss the experience of visiting the Uffizi Gallery or to see Michelangelo’s David up close and walk on the Ponte Vecchio.

 

A great solution to optimize your stay in the city. Tours are flexible starting from a basic route lasting about 2 hours, with various possibilities of extension up to 4 hours or even a Full Day of 6 hours.

 

I recommend these tours for your first visit of Florence and I’m sure you’ll want to come back again!

Academy Gallery
Academy Gallery

Academy Gallery Smart: The Accademia Gallery in Florence houses many important works of art, but is mainly famous for the sculptures of one of the greatest Renaissance artists, Michelangelo. Thousands of tourists every year visit the Academy especially to admire its masterpieces or the Prisons, San Matteo and the magnificent statue of David, located in the Tribuna which was built specifically to house the work after its transfer from Piazza della Signoria.

Uffizi and Academy Gallery
Uffizi and Academy Gallery

One of the most amazing experiences you can have in Florence is to visit the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery, its most famous museums, which host millions of tourists from all over the world every year, ready to cross their thresholds to admire the wonders.

Walking Tours
Walking Tours

Tour Smart. Make the most of your time to discover the history, culture and curiosities of the city rightly defined as the “cradle of the Renaissance”. Palaces of noble families, centuries-old churches, medieval alleys and squares that are real open-air museums; like the rest of the historical center.

Uffizi Gallery
Uffizi Gallery

Both Gothic and Renaissance highlights are enclosed here, within the walls of one of the most famous museums in the world for its valuable collections of paintings and ancient statues: the Uffizi Gallery of Florence.