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Reserved Entry Tickets to Uffizi Gallery with Audio Guide
Reserved Entry Tickets to Uffizi Gallery with Audio Guide

4.46

(1052)

$68.58

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The Uffizi Gallery is an art museum featuring works from the greatest artists of all time and, as such, the collection housed in this magnificent building gets quite a draw, especially during peak season, when the lines can get several hours long. Fortunately, you won't have to worry about that with your skip-the-line tickets, which let you bypass the ticketing line entirely so you only have to exchange your voucher for physical tickets at the counter for people with existing reservations. Though there may be a slight wait on hectic days, the line here is still dwarfed by the normal entry and ticketing line. Once you exchange your voucher for a physical ticket and get through the security check, all you have to do is walk straight in! Learn About the History of Major Artifacts Then you are free to explore the intricacies of the various compositions on display and marvel at the work of the genius artists. A must see destination for all visitors of Florence, the Uffizi is bound to leave you spellbound and awestruck. Learn about the fascinating history of the Uffizi as well as the artwork it holds with the help of your multilingual audio guide! Opened first in 1769, the gallery has grown in size, stature, and artwork and includes modernized technology and multimedia attractions all aimed at educating the public about these pieces of art. The museum is so big it's almost impossible to cover it in just a day. But, be sure to check the paintings listed below as these are among the most renowned works of art world over. Also, visit the cafe and take in the view of the city and the Palazzo Vecchio in all its splendor. Famous Paintings at the Uffizi Gallery The Ognissanti Madonna by Giotto Annunciation by Simone Martini and Lippo Memmi Adoration of the Magi by Gentile da Fabriano Portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Urbino by Piero Della Francesca The Battle of San Romano by Paolo Uccello Santa Lucia De Magnoli Altarpiece by Veneziano Madonna with Child and Two Angels by Filippo Lippi La Primavera & The Birth of Venus by Botticelli Doni Tondo by Michelangelo Madonna of the Goldfinch by Raphael Venus of Urbino by Titian Bacchus by Caravaggio Judith and Holofernes by Artemisia Gentileschi
Medici's Mile Guided Walking Tour with Boboli Gardens Tickets
Medici's Mile Guided Walking Tour with Boboli Gardens Tickets

4.35

(1030)

$53.34

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Begin a captivating walk through a UNESCO World Heritage area, spanning a mile of unparalleled beauty adorned with breathtaking monuments and open-air masterpieces! Guided by a local expert guide, immerse yourself in the city's rich history, unveiling the tales of the influential Medici dynasty. This powerful family dedicated their wealth to the patronage of art, laying the groundwork for the Renaissance era. Uncover stories of intrigue, power struggles, and secrets, balanced by narratives of remarkable foresight. Traverse the same narrow streets, touch the stones that built their residences, and witness the grandeur of Palazzo Medici Riccardi, their initial dwelling in the San Lorenzo district. Visit their Church and mausoleum, the Medici Chapels, and marvel at the Cathedral with Brunelleschi’s Dome and the imposing Palazzo Vecchio on the stunning Piazza della Signoria. Continue your journey following externally the Vasari Corridor, an elevated passageway connecting the banks of the river Arno. Behold the beauty of the Ponte Vecchio and Santa Felicita Church, unveiling the secret corridor used by the Medici Grand Dukes to discreetly move between Palazzo Pitti and their offices in Palazzo Vecchio. Conclude your adventure at the majestic Pitti Palace, the final residence of the Medici, and explore on your own the enchanting Boboli Gardens. As a special treat, we offer you an exclusive entrance ticket to independently explore the Boboli Gardens, Porcelain Museum, and Bardini Gardens.
Palazzo Vecchio Skip-the-Line Guided Tour
Palazzo Vecchio Skip-the-Line Guided Tour

4.27

(2142)

$28.30

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A visit to Palazzo Vecchio is a trip back in time to the history of three eras. Expect to find here Roman ruins, a huge Medieval fortress, and amazing Renaissance chambers and paintings. Palazzo Vecchio is the main symbol of the civil power for Florence, whose original project is attributed to Arnolfo di Cambio, the most important architect in Florence in medieval times. Construction on the solid fortress began in 1299 above the ruins of the destroyed Uberti Ghibelline towers, a testimony of the final victory of the Guelph faction in the 13th century. It has been the second house of the Medici family for over 100 years. Today, it is still the political symbol of Florence's mayor's office. Your tour guide will greet you at the meeting point, which is within walking distance from the attraction. You will start your experience by catching a replica of Micheal Angelo’s ‘David’ as you enter the world of Renaissance architecture. With elaborate Roman-inspired courtyards boasting the remarkable history of Florence and sculptures celebrating important rulers and war heroes, this experience is a must-visit for history and art aficionados. With the help of your expert English-speaking guide, gain an in-depth understanding of Italian history as you witness highly detailed and carefully preserved art through the centuries! The Palazzo Vecchio might look like a fortress on the outside, but it is beautifully decorated on the inside with extraordinary paintings on its ceiling and sculptures spread across its wide halls. Enjoy priority access with skip-the-line tickets to the delightful chapels and grand apartments, where you can catch sight of art celebrating the likes of Michelangelo, Donatello, Verrocchio, and more.
Combo: Palazzo Vecchio + Museo del Bargello Tickets
Combo: Palazzo Vecchio + Museo del Bargello Tickets

4.14

(4724)

$41.91

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Visit two top attractions of Florence for one great price with this combo ticket! Palazzo Vecchio The Florence town hall standing majestically is one of the most recognized symbols of the city. The indoor parts of the building, beautifully renovated in the '500 when the Palace became the house of Medici, are instead typically Renaissance and hold priceless treasures and works of art. Stroll among the wonders of the Renaissance retrace its history, and discover the secrets of the Medici family. Admire the famous and beautiful “Hall of the 500”, and the charming and intimate study of Francesco I de’ Medici. View the series of frescoes, paintings, decorations, and statues of the greatest Renaissance artists like Michelangelo, Donatello, and Bronzino, to mention a few. Museo del Bargello Before it became the National Museum of the Bargello in 1865, the Palazzo del Podestà, Florence’s oldest public building, served as a barracks and prison. Today it is home to one of the most important collections of Renaissance sculptures in the world. This includes works of art by Michelangelo such as Bacchus, Brutus, and David Apollo. You'll also get to see Donatello's St. George Tabernacle and David, the first male nude statues since classical antiquity. Don't miss out on exploring the collections of precious ceramics, tapestries, ivory, and armor. There's plenty of art and history to take in while you're here!
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