Visit one of the most famous museums in the world with this ticket that lets you skip the queue. From Michelangelo and Mantegna to Rembrandt and Rubens, this museum contains an extraordinary collection of some of the best paintings and sculptures ever created.
Beat the queues and surround yourself with Michelangelo's most fascinating works on this tour of the Accademia. Listen to your expert guide recount the extraordinary events surrounding the world's most celebrated sculpture, David. Linger over this poised and graceful embodiment of the ideals of Renaissance art.
Skip the entry lines and tour the Vasari Corridor and the Uffizi Gallery. See one of the oldest art museums in modern Europe, as well as the passageway that served the Grand Duke of Florence and his family during the Renaissance era.
Built as a personal mausoleum for the Medici family, this museum houses one of the masterpieces of Italian Renaissance architecture and sculpture: the New Sacristy designed by Michelangelo. With this ticket, you can skip the queue to view this ornate, octagonal chapel.
The birthplace of Italian Renaissance, Florence is celebrated world-wide for its wealth of art and architecture. These two hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus routes guarantee you're never far from a museum or monument of interest.
Enjoy this splendid excursion to the university city of Pisa, famous for its architectural history and beauty. Take a guided tour of Piazza dei Miracoli, where you can explore the Cathedral, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Baptistery, and other important historical monuments.
Choose from 2 exclusive tours in Pisa. Visit the Piazza dei Miracoli and see the Leaning Tower and the Pisa Cathedral. Head to Lucca and see Anfiteatro Square, the Guinigi Tower, and the San Martino Dome.
Get the fast track to Florence’s most important sights. Visit the imposing Duomo, the elegant Uffizi Square, and the Accademia Gallery housing Michelangelo’s David, all without lining up. Stroll the streets of the historic centre on a 3-hour walking tour that will unveil all of this timeless city’s gems.
This unique tour of Florence will introduce you to the real life locations that inspired Dan Brown's novel Inferno. Follow in the footsteps of the main characters to discover the mysterious settings of the story, including Dante's Church, the Secret Passages, and Palazzo Vecchio.
Immerse yourself in Italian Renaissance art in the palatial surroundings of the Uffizi Gallery. Marvel at works of art from such masters as Botticelli, Titian, Michelangelo, and da Vinci. Listen to your expert guide explain the evolution of Renaissance art as you soak up an unrivalled collection of world-famous paintings.
Explore the magnificent Tuscan capital on foot and enjoy a guided commentary on the events and secrets of Florentine history. See the Palazzo Davantzati, amble to the Ponte Vecchio and enter the Piazza Signoria through the Uffizi courtyard. The tour finishes with the Cathedral and the Baptistery of St. John.
Treat your five senses to the beauty of Italy's great art cities: Pisa, Lucca, and Viareggio. In addition to visiting great works of art, this day tour makes time for shopping, dining, and relaxing on the beach.
Discover Tuscany during a scenic horseback ride to a 17-century villa estate. Enjoy a wine-and-olive oil tasting and a traditional Tuscan lunch while learning about wine and olive oil production in the Chianti region.
Illuminate the history of the Renaissance period with an informative walking tour of Florence, a World Heritage Site. View Michelangelo's celebrated statue David, the sensational Brunelleschi's Duomo, the beguiling Piazza Signoria, and the historic Ponte Vecchio, plus so much more.
Choose between 2 small-group walking tours that explore different sides of Florentine life. See the everyday lives of Italians on the Florence Evening Tour, or admire impressive works of art at the Uffizi Gallery.
Uncover the secret hidden spaces, stairways, and passages of Palazzo Vecchio on a “revealing” guided tour. Discover the intriguing hidden side of Palazzo Vecchio that has only recently become available to the public.
From Book of the Dead papyrus fragments to funerary urns from the Etruscan era, Florence’s Archaeological Museum is a feast for the ancient art lover’s eyes. Skip the queue to view all the finds of this impressive museum.
Tuscany is Italy's most famous wine region; its celebrated produce is considered a VIP guest at any table. Visit two family-run vineyards and get acquainted with the history and production of this diverse wine. Taste a range of quality wines and fragrant olive oils,