The Florence Uffizi & Accademia Venus & David Very Small Group Tour

Venus & David, the two most celebrated Italian Renaissance masterpieces, one for painting and the other for sculpture, are indissolubly bound to the city of Florence, considered the “lighthouse” of Italian Renaissance arts.

Our Venus & David Florence Combo Pass enables you to admire the two most visited museums in Florence accompanied by a professional guide selected by FlorencePass to really appreciate the evolution of Tuscan and Florentine pictorial tradition in the major Italian painting gallery, the Uffizi Gallery, and the powerful interpretation given to sculpture by sensational Michelangelo.

Our tour starts, thus, with the visit to the Uffizi Gallery from the rooms of Giotto, Simone Martini, Gentile da Fabriano, Paolo Uccello, Masaccio, Piero della Francesca, Filippo and Filippino Lippi, Botticelli, Leonardo da VinciMichelangelo, Raffaello to finish Tiziano’s Venus. You can remain on your own in the museum to admire the rest of the collection including Caravaggio and his followers.

Tour includes also the unmissable break at the splendid Uffizi panoramic terrace at the Uffizi Caffé. In the afternoon you will meet back with our guide and start a beautiful promenade through the ancient city center to reach the Accademia Gallery, where you will admire the magnificent masterpieces by the greatest Florentine genius of all times. Not only the iconic Davidbut also the Prisoners and Saint Matthewthe works full of overwhelming energy and muscular power, left unfinished by the “divine” Michelangelo.

The must-see tour for all those who are visiting Florence with the eyes of the lover of arts and history of this splendid city.

Morning Tour starts at 8:30am at Piazza della Signoria outside Caffé Rivoire at the junction with via Vacchereccia and ends in the Uffizi Gallery inside the Uffizi Gallery at 11:00am.

Afternoon Tour starts at 3:00pm at Piazza della Signoria outside Caffé Rivoire at the junction with via Vacchereccia (same as in the morning) and ends at around 5:00pm inside Accademia Gallery.

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