Skip the Line: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour
Reviewed by: Kari D, August 2014
This tour was pretty great. The tour guide spent time learning everyone's name and it helped to keep people engaged while we learned the differences between Renaissance and Baroque art - we were almost experts by the end! We saw all of the main art works and the Corridor tour just made you feel special because it's so exclusive.
Reviewed by: Mary C, August 2014
The highlight of my trip!!!!!
Reviewed by: Sylvia L, August 2014
This was a great tour to go on. The crowds in the Uffizi (August 2014) were suffocating. So the first part of the tour was in the Uffizi but we still had to fight the crowds to see some of the main works of art. The second half was the Vasari Corridor. It was a relief to get out of the crowds. The Corridor itself is lined with paintings sent in by the 'who's who" in the days of the Medici's. Very interesting to hear the various history of some of the paintings as well as the purpose of the Vasari Corridor. Our guide was very knowledgeable and informative. I have found that we learned so much more by using a guide versus just walking through ourselves.
Reviewed by: Jay C, August 2014
We aren't normally "tour" type of people but the opportunity to view the Vasari corridor was a rare one. Vanessa was fabulous; she really drew us in with her energy and the knowledge that she shared was top notch.
Reviewed by: Bruce C, August 2014
Brilliant tour guide. Engaging, knowledgable, and enthusiastic - a joy to be with in such a special place.
Reviewed by: Andaluza N, August 2014
Mario, the guide, was amazing. It is worth going through the Vasari Corridor. Worth every penny. Great and definitely unique experience for the whole family.
Reviewed by: Moon Y, August 2014
It was certainly a scintillating experience