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The view. Boticelli’s Venus or Primavera. Always worth it.
Get a Firenze card if you plan to do two museums. The line is the last entrance, closest to the Piazza Della Signoria. There is still a wait but not nearly as long.
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Galleria deli Uffizi is one of the most important and most visited Italian museums. It is also one of the largest and best known in the world and holds a huge Italian Renaissance collection of priceless works.
The building itself is also note taking. It...More
There are a few separate queues for the Uffizi so make sure you're in the right one. There's one line for those wanting to buy advance tickets in person, which we joined and managed to get tickets for our desired time slot.
The amazing works...More
I arrived mid afternoon on a Wednesday- it was not very busy at all and I was able to walk through with my Firenzecard. What a great experience to see these beautiful works of art all in one collection. A definite must visit if you...More
The uffizi museum was very nice, a bit too crowdy, but well worth the visit. Our fantastic guide, Francesca Cuappi from @getyourguide was very knowledgeable, but also fun to listen to. She could answer all questions, and made all the fantastic paintings and the artists...More
The displays in the Uffizi take a chronological approach, showing one of the most important art collections in the world. I would advise booking on line in advance to avoid queuing, start early in the day and take your time. There are over 2000 works...More
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I just saw your question, my apologies. I bought the tickets online via my mobile phone. Go about 30-46 minutes early to the museum to get in line for the ticket (show your voucher on your phone). Then, you have another... More
I just saw your question, my apologies. I bought the tickets online via my mobile phone. Go about 30-46 minutes early to the museum to get in line for the ticket (show your voucher on your phone). Then, you have another line to get into to enter the security area and museum.