Reviewed by: Linda M S, January 2017
These were our top 2 sites to see in Florence, and we decided to do these on 1 day. First we met the group at the Accademia for about a 2 hour tour to see the highlights of the museum, with lots of time to study the david. Then we had the afternoon to have lunch and explore the city. We met up again with the tour to see the Uffizi in the late afternoon. This was an excellent relaxed way to appreciate both museums. Uffizi is huge and one could get lost. Tons of Rennaisance art. Great tour guide. Very knowledgeable. Really appreciated him highlighting the key pieces. His enthusiasm and love of art made the tour really fun ! Feel like my daughter and I had a real 'art appreciation course' during the day. Just loved it all.
Reviewed by: Deborah H, January 2017
Guide was very knowledgeable and spoke very good English.
Reviewed by: liz, January 2017
This is a must see stop! The David is spectacular! Tour guide was smart and energetic and once again Skip the Line is priceless!
Reviewed by: danrusso123, January 2017
The guide was a bit late showing up at the Academia in the morning which disappointed us as you are never sure if you are in the right place. Nothing was covered in the tour that was not covered in a Rick Steves free audio tour. But a completely different story for the Uffizi in the afternoon. The tour group was well prepared and logging people in more than 15 minutes prior to the start. The guide was very knowledgeable, but seemed to run out of time by the end as we were almost running to get to the Michaelangelo section before the museum closed.
Reviewed by: rosacrso, December 2016
Tour guides were very informative and super friendly. Seeing David at the Accademia was very impressive and a must do! The Uffizi Gallery is a huge space and this tour only gives a glimpse at the highlights and also provides you with an impressive view of the Arno River and the Ponte Vecchio. Be aware that this tour starts at 4:30 which means your not left with any time to continue to explore on your own because it closes at 6pm. If your a real lover of the arts I would recommend you do this tour on its own and earlier in the day.
Reviewed by: William L, Australia, December 2016
Reviewed by: Becky L, December 2016
Fantastic and will definitely use Viator for all future bookings.