Michelangelo’s David

Florence and Pisa Tower

Tour of Florence – One  Day Tour 

Begin your journey in the city of Michelangelo, Florence, with its iconic squares and alleys. You can start your tour from Rome or the port of Livorno, cruise terminal. Admire the Duomo, the Uffizi Gallery, and the iconic David. Additionally, you can visit the renowned Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Square of Miracles. Our Tour of Florence will make your experience unforgettable.

Prices
From your hotel in Rome 2/4 people starting from 550 €,
or from the Cruise Port of Livorno 450€

The Tour can be customized, we can start from your hotel or your cruise. You can choose what time to start and what to see.

Itinerary: Florence
After a pleasant journey, you will arrive in Florence in the historical and cultural center and you will immediately take a leap in time. You can start from Piazzale Michelangelo for a panoramic photo and then from the famous Ponte Vecchio.

Florence Italy

Departure from Rome

Our Florence tour departs from your hotel in Rome around 08.00 am. After a pleasant journey through the Umbrian and Tuscan regions and countryside, we arrive at Piazzale Michelangelo for a stop to admire the spectacular view of Florence, the entire Arno valley and the Ponte Vecchio which crosses the Arno river.

You can explore the city’s many attractions, such as the Accademia Gallery and the Uffizi Museum, which we recommend booking tickets for in advance. Additionally, you can visit the Church of Santa Croce, where Michelangelo is buried. In the late afternoon, the excursion ends with the return to Rome, with an expected arrival of 19:30 pm.

Florence is a real open-air museum, with every corner and alley offering a surprise. So, take the time to walk the streets and look up, to discover art, palaces, sculptures, fountains and incredible staircases.

Tour of Florence

Take a tour of Florence and explore the city’s iconic sights!

After some free time for shopping, you’ll visit the Accademia Museum to see Michelangelo’s David and/or the Uffizi Gallery. Then, head to the main square of the city, S. Maria del Fiore, to see the Brunelleschi Cathedral, Giotto’s bell tower, the Baptistery, and the district of S. Lorenzo, known for its leather market.

Enjoy a traditional Italian lunch in a local trattoria, then take a stroll through Piazza Signoria, visiting Palazzo Vecchio and Ponte Vecchio, famous for its gold market. Finally, the tour ends with a return to Rome, expected to arrive around 19.30 pm. Please note that the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Museum are closed on Mondays.

Departure from: Cruise  terminal Livorno 

Departing from the Livorno Cruise Terminal, your tour of Florence begins!

Your driver will be waiting for you at the gangway of your ship, holding a sign with your name on it. After a 30-minute drive, you’ll have the opportunity to take a quick stop and admire the iconic Leaning Tower of Pisa and Piazza dei Miracoli. Snap some photos, then continue on to Florence for the rest of your tour.

Tickets Uffizi Museum and Accademia

Book  Galleria Michelangelo’s David  Tickest

FAQ –

What’s included  – Private vehicle with driver , Fuel ,Tolls,Cash Parking.

What’s not included – Meals, Entrance fees and Gratuity, Tip.

History and info on the Tuscany region

Tuscany is an Italian region rich in history, culture and traditions. The Tuscan countryside is world famous for its vineyards, rolling hills and breathtaking landscapes. The region is also known for its historic cities such as Florence, Siena, Lucca and San Giminiano.

Florence is one of the most important cities in Tuscany and is famous for its rich history and culture. The city has stunning architecture and is home to many museums, art galleries and monuments that testify to its greatness. Florence is also known for its traditional Tuscan cuisine, which includes dishes such as Florentine steak and lampredotto.

Siena is another important city in Tuscany known for its medieval architecture and narrow streets. The city also hosts the annual Palio di Siena, a historic event that takes place every year in the Piazza del Campo.

Lucca is another Tuscan city famous for its intact medieval walls which surround the old city. The city also has numerous historic buildings, old churches and lovely gardens to explore.

Finally, San Giminiano is a small medieval village located in the Tuscan countryside and is famous for its medieval towers that rise high in the surrounding landscape. The town also offers numerous tourist attractions such as museums, art galleries and typical restaurants where you can savor the flavors of Tuscan cuisine.

In conclusion, Tuscany offers all visitors a mix of ancient history, modern culture and excellent local cuisine to be enjoyed in complete tranquility among the vineyards of the Tuscan countryside.

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Tour of Florence Ponte Vecchio
Leaning Tower
Tour of Florence - Florence Michelangelo’s David