Uffizi Museum Tour
Private Guided Tour of the Uffizi Museum
What makes this tour unique
The Uffizi Gallery houses some of the best artwork in the world, by world famous artists such as Rembrandt, Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Titian, Parmigianino, and Raphael just to name a few!
Let our professional guides lead you through the time of the Renaissance, showing you how this period was the single most influential time in the history of art.
|No lines-policy:||Exclusive skip-the-line entrance with no waiting on the queues for the Uffizi Museum|
|Schedule:||Everyday except Mondays|
|Top-rated guide:||Professional, licensed, and experienced English-speaking guide|
The Uffizi Gallery houses stunning works of art from the 12th century to the 16th century in over 60 halls, making it the single most important museum of Florence.
Besides the amazing national treasures found sightseeing on foot in the narrow streets of the historical city center, we highly recommend spending a few hours at the Uffizi Gallery soaking in some of the best art the world has to offer.
All the artwork in the museum is set in a chronological order, making it very easy to travel through the centuries of art, especially if you’re with one of our art historian guides!
Your guide will make you literally see how the artistic techniques developed, and why the Renaissance is such an important and influential time in the history of art, changing everything.
First opened to the public in 1591, the most important artwork currently displayed includes the Venus of Urbino by Titian, Primavera by Sandro Botticelli, Madonna with the Long Neck by Parmigianino, and many others. Also Rembrandt, Da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael have each several paintings hanging on the walls of the Uffizi Gallery.
Experiencing the Uffizi Gallery’s marvelous art through a private tour allows you to have a more intimate experience, you can ask questions and easily hear your guide! Take a memorable journey into art and its history, learning not only about the importance of each painting, but also the context in the times when they were created.