Visit all the must-sees of Florence's historical city centre and the two top museums - the Uffizi Gallery and Accademia Museum - in around 6 hours led by Florence's best tour guides.
A great walking tour covering the historical centre of Florence, focusing on the area north of the river to the west of the Santa Croce area.
Find out how Florence came to be one of the most important art centres of all time. See fabulous masterpieces. Hear about astounding events that shocked the Florentines.
This is the first tour to reveal Florence as you've never seen - through the eyes of Robert Langdon of Dan Brown's 'Inferno'.
A 2-hour guided tour of the Uffizi Gallery plus around 1 hour visiting one of Florence's treasures - the Bargello.
Florence's dark, medieval past is brought to life on an exploration of this little-known historic quarter.
Spend a morning with a local foodie expert who is passionate about Italian cuisine, an authority in fresh local ingredients and highly skilled at creating typical and delicious Tuscan recipes.
From the outrageous lifestyles of the well-known and well-to-do to the sordid skeletons in Florence's closet, discover the outragous occurances that rocked the Renaissance on Florence's most unique private tour.
Artemisia Gentileschi broke many boundaries during the Renaissance, not least for being a female artist accepted into the Accademia di Arte del Disegno.
Today, the Pitti Palace is the biggest museum complex in Florence, housing 5 museums with a diverse collection of art and artefacts ranging from the opulent private living quarters to 16th and 17th century paintings (in the Palatine Gallery) and even a Costume Gallery.
Experience the thrill of being on the spot of an exciting investigation into the whereabouts of the greatest masterpiece ever done, lost for over five centuries in a stunning medieval palace in Florence.
All major international news agencies are poised to catch the latest findings and National Geographic has purchased film rights to cover the search.
The Museo Galileo is home to the only surviving instruments designed and built by Galileo Galileo himself. Step back in time as you explore the wonders of the Galileo Museum with your own private tour guide.
Also offers you access to Brunelleschi's Dome and to climb Giotto's Bell Tower at your own leisure.