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Private Florence Highlights Guided Tour including Ponte Vecchio and Santa Croce

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Stop At: Piazza Santa Croce, 50122, Florence Italy

At the Palazzo Strozzi you’ll be amazed by the perfectly preserved courtyard, before discovering the less known, but nonetheless incredible Palazzo Davanzati, a great example of a Medieval Palace. Passing by the famous "Porcellino" (little pig) market, you'll reach the Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence, dating back to the 1300s.

While marveling at the breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, participate in an informative discussion of the history of the bridge, and the unique Vasari Corridor that drastically altered the shops located on the bridge.

Next, the tour moves on to Piazza della Signoria - the political hub of the city. The Uffizi Gallery, formerly the offices of the Grand Duke, is situated on one side of the piazza and on the other side, Palazzo Vecchio formerly the seat of the Florentine government.

Following a pleasant walk through one of the oldest parts of the city, home to stunning tower houses from the 1300s, you'll arrive at Piazza Duomo where you’ll have a perfect view of the Duomo (Cathedral of Florence) that still has its original marble decoration and is crowned by Brunelleschi's dome, an architectural triumph and a symbol of the Florentine Renaissance, both for its bold design and also the feat of engineering.

The tour ends at the Baptistery, where you can see the brilliant Porta del Paradiso – which took Ghiberti 27 years to complete - along with Giotto's bell tower, an excellent example of 12th Century architecture. We are sure you will fall in love with Florence, and ask your guide for recommendations to make the most of the rest of your stay.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Palazzo Strozzi, Piazza Strozzi, Florence Italy

At the Palazzo Strozzi you’ll be amazed by the perfectly preserved courtyard, before discovering the less known, but nonetheless incredible Palazzo Davanzati, a great example of a Medieval Palace. Passing by the famous "Porcellino" (little pig) market, you'll reach the Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence, dating back to the 1300s.

While marveling at the breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, participate in an informative discussion of the history of the bridge, and the unique Vasari Corridor that drastically altered the shops located on the bridge.

Next, the tour moves on to Piazza della Signoria - the political hub of the city. The Uffizi Gallery, formerly the offices of the Grand Duke, is situated on one side of the piazza and on the other side, Palazzo Vecchio formerly the seat of the Florentine government.

Following a pleasant walk through one of the oldest parts of the city, home to stunning tower houses from the 1300s, you'll arrive at Piazza Duomo where you’ll have a perfect view of the Duomo (Cathedral of Florence) that still has its original marble decoration and is crowned by Brunelleschi's dome, an architectural triumph and a symbol of the Florentine Renaissance, both for its bold design and also the feat of engineering.

The tour ends at the Baptistery, where you can see the brilliant Porta del Paradiso – which took Ghiberti 27 years to complete - along with Giotto's bell tower, an excellent example of 12th Century architecture. We are sure you will fall in love with Florence, and ask your guide for recommendations to make the most of the rest of your stay.


Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Mercato del Porcellino, Piazza del Mercato Nuovo, Florence Italy

At the Palazzo Strozzi you’ll be amazed by the perfectly preserved courtyard, before discovering the less known, but nonetheless incredible Palazzo Davanzati, a great example of a Medieval Palace. Passing by the famous "Porcellino" (little pig) market, you'll reach the Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence, dating back to the 1300s.

While marveling at the breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, participate in an informative discussion of the history of the bridge, and the unique Vasari Corridor that drastically altered the shops located on the bridge.

Next, the tour moves on to Piazza della Signoria - the political hub of the city. The Uffizi Gallery, formerly the offices of the Grand Duke, is situated on one side of the piazza and on the other side, Palazzo Vecchio formerly the seat of the Florentine government.

Following a pleasant walk through one of the oldest parts of the city, home to stunning tower houses from the 1300s, you'll arrive at Piazza Duomo where you’ll have a perfect view of the Duomo (Cathedral of Florence) that still has its original marble decoration and is crowned by Brunelleschi's dome, an architectural triumph and a symbol of the Florentine Renaissance, both for its bold design and also the feat of engineering.

The tour ends at the Baptistery, where you can see the brilliant Porta del Paradiso – which took Ghiberti 27 years to complete - along with Giotto's bell tower, an excellent example of 12th Century architecture. We are sure you will fall in love with Florence, and ask your guide for recommendations to make the most of the rest of your stay.


Stop At: Ponte Vecchio, 50125, Florence Italy

At the Palazzo Strozzi you’ll be amazed by the perfectly preserved courtyard, before discovering the less known, but nonetheless incredible Palazzo Davanzati, a great example of a Medieval Palace. Passing by the famous "Porcellino" (little pig) market, you'll reach the Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence, dating back to the 1300s.

While marveling at the breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, participate in an informative discussion of the history of the bridge, and the unique Vasari Corridor that drastically altered the shops located on the bridge.

Next, the tour moves on to Piazza della Signoria - the political hub of the city. The Uffizi Gallery, formerly the offices of the Grand Duke, is situated on one side of the piazza and on the other side, Palazzo Vecchio formerly the seat of the Florentine government.

Following a pleasant walk through one of the oldest parts of the city, home to stunning tower houses from the 1300s, you'll arrive at Piazza Duomo where you’ll have a perfect view of the Duomo (Cathedral of Florence) that still has its original marble decoration and is crowned by Brunelleschi's dome, an architectural triumph and a symbol of the Florentine Renaissance, both for its bold design and also the feat of engineering.

The tour ends at the Baptistery, where you can see the brilliant Porta del Paradiso – which took Ghiberti 27 years to complete - along with Giotto's bell tower, an excellent example of 12th Century architecture. We are sure you will fall in love with Florence, and ask your guide for recommendations to make the most of the rest of your stay.


Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Piazza della Signoria, 50122, Florence Italy

At the Palazzo Strozzi you’ll be amazed by the perfectly preserved courtyard, before discovering the less known, but nonetheless incredible Palazzo Davanzati, a great example of a Medieval Palace. Passing by the famous "Porcellino" (little pig) market, you'll reach the Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence, dating back to the 1300s.

While marveling at the breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, participate in an informative discussion of the history of the bridge, and the unique Vasari Corridor that drastically altered the shops located on the bridge.

Next, the tour moves on to Piazza della Signoria - the political hub of the city. The Uffizi Gallery, formerly the offices of the Grand Duke, is situated on one side of the piazza and on the other side, Palazzo Vecchio formerly the seat of the Florentine government.

Following a pleasant walk through one of the oldest parts of the city, home to stunning tower houses from the 1300s, you'll arrive at Piazza Duomo where you’ll have a perfect view of the Duomo (Cathedral of Florence) that still has its original marble decoration and is crowned by Brunelleschi's dome, an architectural triumph and a symbol of the Florentine Renaissance, both for its bold design and also the feat of engineering.

The tour ends at the Baptistery, where you can see the brilliant Porta del Paradiso – which took Ghiberti 27 years to complete - along with Giotto's bell tower, an excellent example of 12th Century architecture. We are sure you will fall in love with Florence, and ask your guide for recommendations to make the most of the rest of your stay.


Stop At: Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, Florence Italy

At the Palazzo Strozzi you’ll be amazed by the perfectly preserved courtyard, before discovering the less known, but nonetheless incredible Palazzo Davanzati, a great example of a Medieval Palace. Passing by the famous "Porcellino" (little pig) market, you'll reach the Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence, dating back to the 1300s.

While marveling at the breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, participate in an informative discussion of the history of the bridge, and the unique Vasari Corridor that drastically altered the shops located on the bridge.

Next, the tour moves on to Piazza della Signoria - the political hub of the city. The Uffizi Gallery, formerly the offices of the Grand Duke, is situated on one side of the piazza and on the other side, Palazzo Vecchio formerly the seat of the Florentine government.

Following a pleasant walk through one of the oldest parts of the city, home to stunning tower houses from the 1300s, you'll arrive at Piazza Duomo where you’ll have a perfect view of the Duomo (Cathedral of Florence) that still has its original marble decoration and is crowned by Brunelleschi's dome, an architectural triumph and a symbol of the Florentine Renaissance, both for its bold design and also the feat of engineering.

The tour ends at the Baptistery, where you can see the brilliant Porta del Paradiso – which took Ghiberti 27 years to complete - along with Giotto's bell tower, an excellent example of 12th Century architecture. We are sure you will fall in love with Florence, and ask your guide for recommendations to make the most of the rest of your stay.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Piazza del Duomo, 50122, Florence Italy

At the Palazzo Strozzi you’ll be amazed by the perfectly preserved courtyard, before discovering the less known, but nonetheless incredible Palazzo Davanzati, a great example of a Medieval Palace. Passing by the famous "Porcellino" (little pig) market, you'll reach the Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence, dating back to the 1300s.

While marveling at the breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, participate in an informative discussion of the history of the bridge, and the unique Vasari Corridor that drastically altered the shops located on the bridge.

Next, the tour moves on to Piazza della Signoria - the political hub of the city. The Uffizi Gallery, formerly the offices of the Grand Duke, is situated on one side of the piazza and on the other side, Palazzo Vecchio formerly the seat of the Florentine government.

Following a pleasant walk through one of the oldest parts of the city, home to stunning tower houses from the 1300s, you'll arrive at Piazza Duomo where you’ll have a perfect view of the Duomo (Cathedral of Florence) that still has its original marble decoration and is crowned by Brunelleschi's dome, an architectural triumph and a symbol of the Florentine Renaissance, both for its bold design and also the feat of engineering.

The tour ends at the Baptistery, where you can see the brilliant Porta del Paradiso – which took Ghiberti 27 years to complete - along with Giotto's bell tower, an excellent example of 12th Century architecture. We are sure you will fall in love with Florence, and ask your guide for recommendations to make the most of the rest of your stay.


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Departure Point
Piazza di Santa Croce, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy
Duration
3h
Return Details
Returns to original departure point
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  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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