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– Florence Combo: skip the line and guided tours of the Academia Gallery and the Uffizi Gallery
– See the original statue of David by Michelangelo plus his unfinished Pigroni statue
– See the Birth of Venus & the Leonardo rooms
Carpe Diem Rome invites you to discover two of the most famous Art galleries worldwide and admire the masterpieces that it contains accompanied by your expert art historian Guide. During this experience, you will see the most significant works of the Renaissance Italian era in just under 3 hours whilst allowing the perfect amount of time to appreciate the Art and History behind them. This tour uses pre-reserved tickets that allow us priority entry to both galleries without having to wait in long lines.
The first stage of this exclusive tour will be the Uffizi Gallery where you will be able to admire the masterpieces of artists and protagonists of the Renaissance such as Michelangelo and his Tondo Doni, Botticelli and his two works of greatest interest such as The Birth of Venus and The Spring, Caravaggio and his Shield with Head of Medusa, Leonardo da Vinci, and the extraordinary Annunciation, continuing with Raffaello, Giotto, and many others.
Moving on, the guide will accompany you to the Accademia Gallery Florence. You will take the scenic route through the city to Piazza del Duomo, passing through via dei Calzaiuoli and admiring the whole complex of the church. After this short walk, you will arrive at the gates of the second most visited museum in Florence and home to the statue of David – the most famous Florentine symbol.
The gallery holds one of the largest collections in the world of Michelangelo, here you can also marvel at the museum of musical instruments, the collection of paintings with a gold background and the Sala dei Prigioni with sculptures designed for Pope Julius II. The visit will dedicate extra time to work of art DAVID by Michelangelo. A sculpture made in marble (520 cm high) by Michelangelo Buonarroti between 1501 and the beginning of 1504, considered a masterpiece of world sculpture, it is one of the emblems of the Renaissance and a symbol of Florence and Italy in the world. At the end of the guided tour, you can stay inside the gallery and continue to explore its wonders.
– Feel free to contact us with any questions related to your trip.
– Please be in the area 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.
– Prohibited items include scissors, pocket knives, aerosols and liquids, even if less than 100ml (except for water)
– Please bring/wear: Comfortable walking shoes, a jacket or umbrella if rain is forecast and a water bottle.