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Europe's first school of drawing, this museum of art is chiefly famous for its several sculptures by Michelangelo, notably his David, in addition to an extensive collection of 15th- and 16th-century paintings.
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Buy Skip the line ticket with or without guide. If you do not have guide then do a bit reading about this David statue. I think the story behind it make me appreciate the art even more.
Please do not assume that the replica in...More
Not the biggest gallery in the world and it is absolutely all about David. The statue is magnificent to be fair so worth the visit j6st for that. By the way, the actual entrance fee is €12 if you are prepared to queue, compared to...More
A very nice museum. Of course you go here to see David. Get ticket in advance to avoid lines, otherwise 2-3 hour wait. I rented the wand and held to my ear. Worked good, allowed me to move at my pace. About an hour and...More
We took the tour with a tour operator right across from the main entrance. I heard someone negotiating the tour price, and I did exactly the same. If I am not mistaking we paid €35.00 per person. The young guy looked very knowledgeable and professional....More
This is a short, skip the line tour. Worth it to skip the line as the "David" gallery itself is small. Maya did a good job telling us important facts before we headed off to Duomo for an inside peek. There was no chance to...More
Allow a good 2 hours to get around the gallery , lots to see . Lots of tour groups when we were there ( I’m sure that’s all year round) , so you do have to weave around them a bit . Gallery is on...More