UFFIZI GALLERY
(About 2 hours)

Our visit to the Uffizi Gallery is focused on the great masterpieces of painting, from the third to the sixth century, exploring the workshops and the great masters who have made the universal history of art: from Cimabue to Giotto, from Leonardo to Michelangelo, focusing in particular on the halls of fifth century Florence which houses masterpieces by Botticelli, such as the Birth of Venus and Primavera.

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MICHELANGELO AT THE GALLERY OF THE ACADEMY
(About 1 hour)

This tour aims to satisfy the greatest desire of every tourist in Florence: to come face to face with the giant sculpted by Michelangelo in 1504. The Accademia Gallery hosts other important works by Michelangelo: some of the famous prisons made for the tomb of Pope Julius II, the San Matteo and the Palestrina Pietà.

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PALATINE GALLERY
(About 2 hours)

The visit to the palace of the great Medici dynasty, through the halls of the grand-duchy overlooking the Boboli Gardens, will show you the charm of the private collections of the lords of the city, their taste and their culture. Among the works housed in the beautiful and spacious setting of Palazzo Pitti, we will admire the works of Raphael, the greatest masterpieces of the San Marco school and of the Most Blessed Annunziata.

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BARGELLO
(About 2 hours)

A visit to the Bargello Museum is a must see for anyone who wants to know and admire the best of Renaissance sculpture. The halls of this building, one of the most important in the history of Florence, display works by Donatello, della Robbia, Benedetto da Majano, Verrocchio, Desiderio da Settignano, and in a room dedicated to the sculpture of the sixth century, the absolute masterpieces of Michelangelo, Benvenuto Cellini, Baccio Bandinelli and Giambologna. http://uffizi.firenze.it

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