Skip-the-line ticket, guarantee to skip the long lines and inclusive of temporary exhibitions fees.
Reserve your tickets for the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and visit it without queueing up. Do not waste your precious vacation time. Buy now tickets online through our easy system and you will have fast access to the masterpieces of...Read more
Come and discover one of the most important museums of Florence, starting from our office you will walk along with your guide the route that will take you to the entrance of the gallery, entering from the priority entrance without waiting in the long queues and starting a chronological journey that will will allow you to admire the DAVID, a...Read more
Visit the Bargello Museum's excellent displays of Italian sculptures with this skip-the-line ticket. The palace itself was built in 1255 by the people of Florence as a symbol of their victory over the nobility, and was the site for the people's government and jurisdiction. The former fortress and arsenal now holds a superb collection of sculpture,...Read more
Skip the line at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, and explore the impressive art gallery at leisure. The entrance ticket gives access to all of the museum's countless treasures, so head inside to ogle some 1,500 pieces of art. Pass paintings by early-Renaissance trendsetters such as Fra Angelico, and then gaze in awe at striking paintings by the...Read more
With these exclusive Skip-the-Line Tickets you will enjoy immediate entry to the famous Accademia Gallery in Florence, a gallery notorious for being the home of Michelangelo's David, as well as the difficulty in purchasing tickets to see it! It is very often sold out, and the lines are way too long. But fear not! With these exclusive Skip-the-Line...Read more
Michelangelo’s colossal David is perhaps the most famous icon of the Italian Renaissance, if not the most famous statue in the world. Did you know that there are actually three Davids in Florence- The real David is found in the Accademia Gallery. Hoards of visitors line up outside the Gallery each day to get the chance to marvel at this...Read more
The Accademia Gallery is the ideal place in the city to discover not only the most famous work of art by Michelangelo, the David, but also other masterpieces of this great Florentine artist: the four Prisons, San Matteo and Palestrina’s Pietà. This exceptional concentration of Michelangelo’s works has contributed significantly to the fame of...Read more
Buy here your reserved entry ticket to climb to the top of the Brunelleschi's Dome and save time. Climb the 463 steps to enjoy the frescoes inside the Dome from a close distance and stunning panoramic views of...Read more
Explore all the secrets hidden in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence with this two-hours and thirty minutes guided experience inside one of the symbols of the city. Get ready to meet some of the most beautiful pieces of art in the World.
The Renaissance is waiting for you right inside Uffizi Gallery, one of the biggest museums in...Read more
Join us on a 3-hour tour of Florence's most famous sights and innermost secrets with a Florentine guide whose passionate story-telling is sure to enthrall. Gain skip-the-line access to Michelangelo’s David, see Florence Cathedral, stroll through Piazza della Signoria, and make dreamy eyes at Ponte Vecchio over the Arno, all in a semi-private...Read more
The Uffizi Gallery is the top art museum in Florence, filled with an astounding number of paintings, frescoes, statues, and antiquities. This world-famous museum attracts thousands of visitors each day. Don’t stress over how to buy Uffizi gallery tickets or wonder how long it takes to go through the Gallery, we have it all covered! Avoid long...Read more
Skip the line with a fast-track entrance ticket and head inside Accademia Gallery (Galleria dell’Accademia) in Florence to explore independently. Home to the original statue of ‘David’ by Renaissance genius Michelangelo, the gallery is a must-visit Florence attraction for art lovers and sightseers alike! See ‘David,’ as well as...Read more
Come and visit the last Medici residence in Florence. The museum takes place through the daily life of the Medici Grand Dukes family, from Cosimo I to the last descendants (early 18th century), Ferdinando, Gian Gastone and lastly Anna Maria Luisa also known as the Palatine Electress to whom it is dedicated the museum. The successors of the Medici,...Read more