Skip the Line: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour
Reviewed by: Beverly T, United States of America, May 2015
We really enjoyed this tour. It was nice to have the small group/breakfast option. Our tour guide, Mario, worked hard to remember everyone's name and included each of us in his presentation. My husband, 10 year old daughter, and I all learned a lot. One of the best the best tours we've been on.
Reviewed by: Leah, Australia, April 2015
This tour was a highlight of our time in Florence! We felt like we got to see a secret side of the city away from the crowds. I'd highly recommend this tour for your stay in Florence
Reviewed by: James J, April 2015
Our tour was amazing. Mario was the consummate teacher and tour guide . He was very knowledgeable and personable constantly asking a question using our names to make sure we were fully involved in the tour. Highly recommend even for people like us who have been to the Uffizzi Museum before?
Reviewed by: stedmancecily1, March 2015
A unique experience - the chance to walk the Vasari Corridor is not one to be missed. So many wonderful artworks and stories and our guide was so passionate and informative.This was the first tour I booked on our recent trip to Florence and my husband and I thoroughly enjoyed every minute. It is so much easier to enjoy the Uffizi in a small group and quiet of the corridor was wonderful after the frenetic activity of the main gallery. A great afternoon and one we love telling friends about.
Reviewed by: yvonne_howell, March 2015
Awesome tour. Vanessa was fantastic, really interesting.
Reviewed by: Tobias R, March 2015
The tour was great-our guide Julia was informative both on the art and the history of Florence.Julia had personal stories to relate and had a great sense of humour which made the tour very enjoyable.A great privilege to see the Vasari corridor.Highly recommended!
Reviewed by: Mary E L, March 2015
Totally worth the money to skip huge line and get a tour of the art from a knowledgeable person. Our group was small, which was good, even though the gallery in mid- March at 3:30 p.m. was packed. We received information about various masterpieces, the differences between medieval and Renaissance Art, symbolism, perspective, etc. The tour of the Vasari Corridor is not open to the public. So we really had a unique experience, the only ones in the Corridor, learning about the history of the corridor and much of the art that lines its walls. Our guide was very knowledgeable, pleasant, and enthusiastic about art.