At Italy Pass Tours we want you to love Florence and Rome as much as we do. We are a dynamic team of professional tour guides with passion and dedication for the art and culture of these two historic cities. Our tours are designed to deliver an unforgettable experience in Florence and Rome immersing you in the rich cultural heritage and making the best of your visit. Sights, accessible art + design, exceptional food and drinks, and beautiful weather – over 260 sunny days per year. We love it and want to share it with you!!
The Uffizi and Accademia Galleries Tour lets you skip the lines to the most important cultural sites with priority passes. Discover Michelangelo’s original David and take a specially curated tour of one of Europe’s most important museums with your expert guide. See the works of Florentine masters from the 13th-century to the height of the Renaissance such as Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Filippino Lippi, Paolo Uccello, Leonardo da Vinci, and Caravaggio. Learn about the stories behind the art as you travel through history with this exclusive experience at the most famous museums in Florence, the Galleria dell’Accademia and the Uffizi Galleries.
Meeting point 20 minutes prior to your tour time
Meeting Point 1
Uffizi Gallery in front of Ticket Office (Gate 1)
Meeting Point 2
San Marco Square, in front of San Marco Basilica
Your professional tour guide will meet you at Uffizi Gallery in front of Ticket Office (Gate 1) to begin the tour at the appointed time.
The 90-minute guided tour offers an intimate viewing of carefully curated pieces selected to give you the best insight into the most visited museums in Italy. Constructed as offices of the magistrate for Cosimo I de Medici in 1581 and gifted to the city of Florence by the last Medici heir Anna Maria Louisa, the museum houses famous works such as Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Caravaggio’s Medusa, as well as other stunning masterpieces.
When the tour finishes, you are free to sit and relax rooftop terrace for a picturesque city view, continue exploring the museum at your leisure, or sample the local cuisine before the second half of the tour.
After the break, your guide will meet you at Piazza San Marco in front of San Marco Basilica for your tour of the Accademia Gallery.
From there, you will walk 190 meters to the Accademia Gallery, where you will skip the lines and enter one of the most famous museums in Florence to view Michelangelo’s iconic David sculpture.
The museum also hosts important collections of Italian masters dating from the 13th through the 16th centuries which also includes the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini a less often seen treasure. Your guide will then lead you to explore the museum’s collection of Italian masterworks, including the powerful imagery of Michelangelo’s unfinished ‘Prisoners’ which were conceived to adorn the tomb of Pope Julius II.
The tour finishes with a viewing of David, the symbol of the strength and independence of the Florentines. After your tour you can explore the museum at your leisure.
Adults: 93 euro
Children (3-12): 50 euro
Infants (0-2): free