Highlights of the private Original Florence Walk & David Tour include:
The finer details of the My Exclusive Original Florence Walk & David Tour:
Length: 3 hours - approximately 2.5 hours of Original Florence Walk and 30 minutes in the Accademia for the Original David Tour
Includes: Your own private guide, all pre-reserved museum entries and reservation fees for the Accademia, entry to 2 churches (time permitting) with the rest of the activity being outdoors
The medieval and Renaissance centre of Florence: Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, Piazza Strozzi, Giotto's Bell Tower, the Baptistery, Palazzo Vecchio and many other medieval towers, renaissance palaces and historic streets along the way.
The Accademia Gallery where is the Michelangelko's David.
Your own private guide, all pre-reserved museum entries and reservation fees for the Accademia, entry to 2 churches (time permitting) with the rest of the activity being outdoors:
Unavailable dates: The Accademia Gallery is closed on Mondays, the 1st of May, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day & New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Unavailable on the first Sunday of each month as museums entry is free and they do not accept reservations for those days, meaning we cannot guarantee entry times.
Skip-the-line entry: Artviva pre-reserves your tickets in advance but please note that even with reservations, there is still a compulsory security check which may cause some delays in entering the museum. We guarantee that in spite of any eventual delays, our guides ensure all aspects of our museum tour are covered.
Please note: Children under 6 years old are free on this tour
Due to new security measures at the Duomo, all visitors must go through a metal detector for security check. Being a new system, there is only one entry and limited security personnel, as such the lines can be quite long. In case of very long
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