Florence guided Tours of the historic center and its monuments
The city of Florence, what to see with your guided tour
Florence is a city on a human scale, a city overflowing with history, art, and legends been passed on since Roman times. There is only one truly satisfying way to fully soak up the essence of the cradle of the Renaissance: have yourself guided by a licensed guide through Florence's streets and inside its museums!
There are dozens of tour options fitting the needs of every kind of tourist. Each guided tour can be adapted to your needs and particular interests. They can be suited both for visitors coming to Florence or Italy for the first time, or satisfy the more specific expectations of frequent visitors who already know Florence well.
You can choose between a group tour or a private tour. If you choose a private tour, a highly experienced guide dedicated exclusively to you will let you request itinerary changes and have more time to get to know the marvelous city of Florence.
When you visit Florence in the company of a guide, you'll get to know the beauty of its historic center, fascinating stories related to its charming side streets, the complex constructions that make up its core, interesting tidbits about the great figures who have lived here, masterpieces that are in the great books of art history, and so much more.
Let yourself be guided through the city of the Medici, the city that Dante wrote about, the great inspiration for Brunelleschi and Botticelli, Michelangelo's home, and the city where Leonardo da Vinci trained.
The guided tour of the historic center will introduce you to Florence's religious center point in Piazza del Duomo, and its political center point in Palazzo Vecchio and the Medici's palace, Palazzo Pitti. If you are interested in focusing on the religious monuments in Florence's main square, the tour of the Duomo Complex is for you. You can tour the Cathedral, the Baptistery, Giotto's Bell Tower, and the wonderful Museum of the Opera del Duomo, holding invaluable masterpieces, such as Donatello's Penitent Magdaleneand a reproduction of Arnolfo di Cambio's first façade for the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.
These tours of Florence will mean love at first sight with this small Renaissance city.