Uffizi Gallery guided museum tour

Florence -

Book the tour and admire the Medici family's massive collection of art: Raphael's Self Portrait, Botticelli's Primavera and much more. Discover Italy's most visited museum, the Uffizi and learn why so many art lovers flock to its doors.
Originally built as offices, or Uffizi in Italian, for the Florentine magistrates, the building eventually changed roles: in the 16th century it adopted the Medici family’s massive collection of art and is today a world-class museum. The Uffizi is a photogenic marvel that overlooks the Arno river and features works by Renaissance artists like Caravaggio and Titian, among other Italian masters. Your guide will tell you the secrets and stories behind several important works, like Raphael’s Self Portrait, Botticelli’s Primavera, as well as his iconic Birth of Venus, a painting that has been a part of popular culture for years. You’ll be able to browse the rest of the collection afterward on your own, armed with the essential knowledge to appreciate these Renaissance masterpieces.

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  • Group size is never more than 8 guests maximum;
  • The tour has a minimum requirement of 2 participants to run (an alternative date or full refund will be offered if the minimum is not met)
  • High / Moderate amount of walking is involved.
  • The experience is not available for those with walking disabilities or using a wheelchair
  • Occasional closures without previous warning from the museum management. When this occurs, guests will be provided with an appropriate alternative if the museum opening time is delayed more than 1 hour from the tour starting time. In these cases, the provider is unable to provide refunds or discounts
  • Some specific rooms inside the museum are subject to rules requiring quiet or restricted right to speak inside. Some collections may vary along the year
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