For over three centuries the Medici family had extremely strong ties with Florence.
They were the Lords of the city and great benefactors.Their love of art brought numerous generations of artists to the city, and therefore numerous exquisite masterpieces.
The tour makes its way to the Medici family residences and properties starting in Piazza S. Marco, and ending with a visit to the Palatine Gallery where the once royal apartments now occupy the entire first floor of Palazzo Pitti.
Places to see:
P.zza S. Marco
Palazzo Medici Riccardi
Chiesa di S. Lorenzo
Piazzale degli Uffizi
Duration: roughly 6 hours – No Sundays: churches are closed; no Mondays: museums are closed.
|Individual tours (groups of 1 to 6 participants)||€ 340,00|
|Small group tours (7 to 15 participants)||€ 400,00|
|Big group tours (from 16 to 40 participants)||€ 320,00|
|Audio device rentals (obligatory for big groups)||€ 2,50|
|Ticket San Marco Church||from € 2,00 to € 4,00 per persona – except firenzecard holders|
|Ticket Palazzo Medici Riccardi||from € 4,00 to € 7,00 per persona – except firenzecard holders|
|Ticket San Lorenzo Church||€ 4,50 per persona – except firenzecard holders|
|Ticket Duomo||free entrance|
|Ticket Palatine||from € 4,25 to € 8,50 per persona – except firenzecard holders|
|Firenze Card Options||to book click here https://www.firenzecard.it|
In summer, in the Synagogues and in all the churches, it is obligatory to wear clothes that respect the venue, and therefore covered shoulders, skirts and dresses that fall below the knee, and long trousers are a must.
Additional apparel may be found inside (free inside the Synagogues and at a cost inside the churches).
Please note: We provide you with booking and suggest you verify costs by going to the museum web sites. The price of entrance tickets is not included in Tour costs.