My Exclusive Genius of Michelangelo Tourfrom € 277.00
With your own private guide, we follow in the footsteps of Michelangelo
A difficult and miserly genius who died a multi-millionaire.
One of the greatest art patrons of the Renaissance-Lorenzo the Magnificent carefully fostered the artistic genius of Michelangelo, taking the 15 year-old artist into the Medici family palace so that he could control closely the young Michelangelo's education - both artistic and social.
We see Michelangelo's tomb in the church of Santa Croce,
his spectacular works in the Capella Medicea, then onto the home of Michelangelo and his patron Lorenzo the Magnificent, and finally to see his masterpieces in the Accademia Museum.
|One person||277.00 €||From 277.00 € per person|
|Two people||304.00 €||From 152.00 € per person|
|Three people||330.00 €||From 110.00 € per person|
|Four people||360.00 €||From 90.00 € per person|
|Five people||385.00 €||From 77.00 € per person|
|Six people||426.00 €||From 71.00 € per person|
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