Florence Walking Tour
- Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
Florence’s heyday is widely recognized as the Renaissance era when the notorious Medici dynasty ruled the roost. Being lovers of fine art as well as powerful and prosperous people, the Medici family nurtured some of the most eminent Italian artists, who left their artistic legacy firmly stamped on the city.
Wander past the Medici Chapels that were designed by Renaissance artists Michelangelo and Matteo Nigetti, and then gaze in admiration at the colossal Basilica of San Lorenzo, where prominent members of the Medici family are buried.
Continue to Florence Duomo, topped by the distinctive Brunelleschi's Dome. Learn about the cathedral while you walk around it, then visit Giotto’s Bell Tower and see Florence Baptistry.
Stroll through the city’s medieval center to Palazzo del Bargello, an imposing-looking art gallery that once was a prison, and then explore Piazza della Signoria – Florence’s busy central square. Admire the array of sculptures strewn about the piazza, such as the Rape of the Sabine Women by Giambologna, an impressive statue outside the Uffizi Gallery.
Pass Palazzo Vecchio, the city hall, and continue past the New Market (Mercato Nuovo) to see Il Porcellino, the city’s much-loved bronze piglet statue. Stop to rub the statue’s nose for luck, and then wander back toward the river, cross the magnificent Ponte Vecchio, and finish your tour by Pitti Palace.
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Florence Walking Tour
- Professional guide
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Entrance fee to Florence Duomo
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Florence Duomo is subject to closure during national holidays
Reviewed by: Dianne G, June 2015
Very informative. If you have a short time in Florence, it's a great way to see everything.
Reviewed by: andrew w, June 2015
excellent evening....very informative, plenty of wine, good company.
well worth doing!!