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Florence in a Day Combo Tour with David and Uffizi

Activity provider: The Tour Guy

Florence in a Day Combo Tour with David and Uffizi

Activity provider: The Tour Guy

From US$ 120.98 per person

This tour combines a Skip-the-Line Uffizi Gallery Tour and Florence City Walking Tour with Statue of David, all in one great package. If your stay in Florence is short, this is a quick and cost effective way to see all of its beauty.

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Duration 6.5 hours
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Skip the line through a separate entrance
Live tour guide


  • Skip the lines at the Academia and Uffizi Museums
  • Learn the history of Florence from an English-speaking guide
  • Tour the streets of Florence by foot
Full description
Start your day by meeting your knowledgeable and friendly guide at the designated meeting point. Briefly get to know one another before heading off through the magical city of Florence in the safe hands of your guide. Your day commences with hassle-free with skip-the-line tickets to the Museum, gaining priority entrance and avoiding the long queues. Inside you can see a number of world-famous works of art, including Michelangelo's David. Take a trip to the Duomo, also known as Santa Maria Del Fiore, Florence's most iconic landmark, with its epic Gothic architecture, and iconic red dome. You will also visit the Baptistry of St. John and the Florence bell tower, where you will learn about the incredible architecture, and see the famous bronze Baptistry Doors. Florence is the birthplace of Gelato. On this tour, you will be taken to some of the best Gelato in the city. And if you're not in the mood, you can always come back later for a late-night bite. Through local cuisine, learn about the deep history of Florentine culture. Sample trippa, the popular Florentine street food. And that's just for starters. At lunch time, pick up some lunch to go and take a seat in the beautiful piazza. Discover where Italy's great poet Dante grew up, a childhood home turned into a museum. You'll also see the little church of Santa Margherita. It's said that this is where Dante fell in love with his Beatrice, forming the basis of his masterpiece, "The Divine Comedy." Lining the famed Ponte Vecchio bridge since the 13th-century, these Florentine shops are a must-see. By royal decree, jewellers were once the only ones allowed to sell their wares on the bridge. To this day, you can still buy glittering jewellery from the local artisans. The heart of Florence is the Piazza della Signoria. This includes Palazzo Vecchio, the former home of the Medici family and also the Florentine Republic’s administrative center. Learn about how Medici power helped form the city that you see today. The Uffiizi is the most popular museum in Florence, and for good reason. It is filled with celebrated Italian Renaissance work. While wait times are usually long in the high season, this Florence in a Day tour includes skip-the-line Uffizi tickets, which means you're only one short security line away from the work, which includes Botticelli's Birth of Venus, Caravaggio’s Medusa, and many other masterpieces.
  • English-speaking guide
  • Accademia and Uffizi Gallery Tickets
  • Skip the line tickets
  • Food and beverage
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meeting point

San Marco Square, at the big statue. A representative will be there holding a sign with the local partner's name on it.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes

Not allowed

  • Luggage or large bags

Know before you go

  • Bring a little cash with you for lunch, gelato and trippa (if you dare!)
  • Since this is a walking tour, you'll need comfortable shoes
  • Avoid bringing large bags, both the Uffizi and Accademia require you to check them in
  • The Uffizi does not allow visitors to bring liquids inside the museum, so do not bring water bottles. Baby bottles or medicine liquids are acceptable
Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 /5

based on 7 reviews

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Excellent tour guide. Must see places - Ufizzi and the Academy that houses the statue of David. However, there was much confusion in meeting time and also meeting place changes. No one answered my calls or emails. One time I got a person when I called, rather than a recording, but she was ill informed and nasty. A stressful and unprofessional mess.

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May 20, 2022

We took this tour with Francesca as our guide. Francesca is not only incredibly knowledgeable, but also a lovely lady. We learned extremely much about the history of Florence and the artworks we saw and we had a great time overall. We would absolutely recommend this tour to anyone who wants to make the most of his trip to Florence.

November 8, 2021


High value professional guiding the tour. Many valuable comments and data to get the flavour of Florence art and arquitectura. Thanks!!!

November 7, 2021

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