Florence – Uffizi Gallery Tour
Uffizi Gallery Tour
Discover the masterpieces of the Uffizi Gallery on this group tour with a professional guide.
Gain insight into the art and artists featured at the Uffizi Gallery alongside a professional guide on this group tour. Avoid the crowds with early access and get skip-the-line privileges with a fast-track entry ticket.
Step into the Uffizi Gallery and prepare to experience some of the most famous masterpieces in the world.
Learn about the museum’s highlights with an expert as you spot works by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Caravaggio. Marvel at iconic paintings like Titian‘s “Venus of Urbino” and Botticelli’s “Primavera.”
As an added perk, your ticket is still valid after the tour ends, so you can continue exploring for as long as you want.
- Fast-track entry ticket;
- Professional certified guide;
- Headphones (if needed)
- Small Group
- Hotel pickup and drop-off;
- Food and drinks;
Via Cavour 12
Before you book
The museum is closed: every monday; 25 december; 1 January;
Before you go
All visitors must pass through airport-style security;
Maximum number of tourists: 12;
It is recommended to bring a water bottle;
Large backpacks, umbrellas, luggage or bags (cm 30x30x15) and other bulky items are not allowed and must be left at the cloakroom (the service is free of charge);
It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes;
By 24 hrs before: refund 100%
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GIOTTO - Madonna In Trono
The Maestà of Ognissanti stands out for the naturalism with which she carries out this traditional theme.The Virgin is seated on a wide throne, with a child on her surrounded by a colorful array of angels and saints.
PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA - Duca E Duchessa Di Urbino
It is one of the most famous works of art from the Italian Renaissance period. A painting in two parts, the same size, displayed side by side), of the Duke of Urbino, Federico da Montefeltro, and his wife, Battista Sforza
BOTTICELLI - Primavera
It is one of art history’s most famous and elusive allegories of the season. The picture has myriad references to classical and Renaissance poetry and literature (Ovid, Lucretius, and others), but is borne of no one particular story.
BOTTICELLI - Nascita Di Venere
Sandro Botticelli’s other greatest work, done for the Medici family. The theme of the Birth of Venus was taken from the writings of the ancient poet, Homer.
LEONARDO - Annunciazione
It was painted at about the time Leonardo was still at Verroccchio's workshop (1472, ca.) It came to the Uffizi in 1867 from the sacristy of San Bartolomeo a Monteoliveto outside the gate of San Frediano.
MICHELANGELO - Tondo Doni
One of the earliest paintings by Michelangelo Buonarroti is the oil and tempera on panel of the Holy Family with St. John the Baptist, in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. It’s better known as Tondo Doni because of its circular shape and the person who commissioned the work. The artist painted the piece in 1504 for Agnolo Doni, on the occasion of his marriage to Maddalena Strozzi.
TIZIANO - Venere Di Urbino
Is one of the most sensual paintings by Titian. It was one of the most famous paintings of the 16th century, and there were many copies and reproductions over the following centuries. One of the greatest Renaissance paintings of a mythological nature, the life-size Venus of Urbino remains the iconic version of the reclining female nude, and a treasure of the Venetian High Renaissance.
CARAVAGGIO - Medusa
Medusa is a monster from Greek mythology, one of the three Gorgon sisters, whom was beheaded by the hero Perseus before her gaze turned him to stone. Perseus was cunning and used a shield as a mirror so that Medusa was paralyzed by her own reflection. This way he could defeat her.