Florence Tours

Michelangelo's David

Florence Highlights

Orientation walking tour and the two Greater Museums of Florence: Uffizi Gallery and Galleria dell'Accademia;
The Medici Family: their official Residences, their “parish” San Lorenzo and the Boboli Garden;
Michelangelo Sculptor: Sculpture National Museum Bargello; Medici Chapel and Santa Croce Basilica;
The Oltrarno and the Renaissance: Santo Spirito Church and the Brancacci Chapel;

The Opificio delle pietre dure

City on a human scale and for children

The Opificio delle Pietre Dure: which displays handiworks made with semiprecious stones;
The Renaissance private chapels: Tornabuoni Chapel and Santa Maria Novella;
Renaissance House: Palazzo Davanzati Museum;
Museo dell'Ospedale degli Innocenti: recently renewed the oldest European orphanage;
Museum Foundation Horne and Donazione Loeser (Loeser Bequest);

The Medici villas Castello and Petraia

Tuscany itineraries between Nature and Culture

The viewpoints of Florence: Piazzale Michelangelo, Arcetri and Fiesole;
The Medici Villas: Villa Castello and Villa Petraia;
The Etruscan Coast: Livorno (Leghorn), Casale Marittimo, Campiglia Marittima and Volterra, Pisa and Lucca;
Carrara: the mountain range the Alpi Apuane;
Bologna also known as the "dining room" of Italy: is famous for its porticos, its art, culture and gastronomic tradition.

Theme-based routes and special tours in Tuscany and Firenze

Florence special tour 2017

Spring in Villas and Gardens;
Florence: Perfumes, spices, wigs and makeup;
Florence and the new museums: The Museo dell'Opera del Duomo and The Ospedale degli Innocenti; San Gimignano and Volterra; Siena and San Gimignano;
Arezzo and Cortona; Leonardo and the Leonardiano Museum of Vinci; The route of San Francesco and the Sanctuary of the Verna