Tours of Florence

Florence
20 maggio 2011
Siena
20 maggio 2011

Tours of Florence

As I live in Rome Italy, but am also a professional guide of Florence Italy, I work in Florence on full day basis only. You can decide between 2 possible options.

1) Exclusive Florence with Federico
2) Florence with an excellent colleague, who lives there

1) Exclusive Florence with Federico.
Suggested itineraries and schedules, according to the time at your/our disposal.

A) only one full day schedule
B) 2 full days schedule
C) 3 days suggested schedule
D) 4 days suggested schedule

A) Little historical introduction. Walking tour through the very centre of the city.
The Duomo area with the museum of the Duomo. The gallery of Academy (David).
Break for lunch in a typical Florentine trattoria.
The basilica of Santa Croce. End of the day with the Uffizi gallery.

B) Following the schedule of the first day (point A), we’ll add:
The Bargello museum, the Medici Chapels with St.Lorenzo area.
Break for lunch. Pitti palace, with also maybe Boboli garden.

Or, as an alternative, instead of touring the city, on the second day, we could decide to enjoy a day in Tuscany with a Tuscany tour (read more…). It is up to you. Again, this is your Italy vacation and we’ll personalize it together, making it unique and exclusive.

C) I would highly suggest at least one day with one of the Tuscany tours (read more…), enjoying the best in the Chianti area, ideally on the third day, but also on the second. It just depends on the time opening of the museums in Florence, and/or castles and monasteries in
the Chianti area, etc. We’ll customize the schedule together, as usual.

D) 2 days in Florence, touring museums and the best in the city, and 2 days in Tuscany: one day with the best in the Florentine Chianti and the other with the Sienese Chianti.
To me, this is the very best way to enjoy these four days for you.

* Please NOTE:
Duration of each full day: up to 10 hours maximum. Each extra hour will be charged accordingly.

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