Skip the Line: Uffizi Gallery and Vasari Corridor Walking Tour
Reviewed by: kmy888, January 2016
Fantastic Tour - very happy we were able to see this.
Reviewed by: Susan L, January 2016
Terrific tour with our very knowledgeable guide Sara, who is a professor in art history. She escorted us through key works and rooms and works in the Uffizi and then into the Vasari Corridor. While the whole concept of the corridor and being able to walk it is a treat in itself, so too are many of the artworks including the huge collection of artist self portraits. These span centuries including some more modern ones by Marc Chagall, Joseph Beuys and Robert Rauchenberg. This tour was one of the best things we did in Florence.
Reviewed by: J L C, December 2015
Our guide Elisa was great. Good sense of humor. Told an excellent story. Thanks.
Reviewed by: J A, December 2015
Amazing, informative, so interesting. The guide was great. I learnt so much about artworks that I did not know. A highlight of our holiday. A must do
Reviewed by: ROBERT S, November 2015
Our guide was EXCELLENT! Everything ran like clockwork.She was well versed in the art and entertaining in her explanations. I strongly suggest this tour.
Reviewed by: anna v, November 2015
Our tour guide, Mario was absolutely contagious with excitement and knowledge about the arts and how we can appreciate it more. The vasari Corridor was somehting exceptional and much expertience. The crowds at Ufizi are overwhelming and to have access to the Corridor, behind the closed doors is a great escape.
Reviewed by: Janice B, November 2015
Frederica was so knowledgable on art, history and architecture. We visited the Piazza first and the the Uffuzi gallery. She gave us a highlight tour but with great detail. This was a great way to do such a large gallery. We stopped for a light breakfast tea and croissant where we got to know each other better. Then to the Vasari corridor too see how the Medici's traveled from the Pitti palace to the city offices. She talked about art, politics, history, and family trees, and many other things. We learned so much and felt lucky to get into such a unique space.