The best of Florence walking tour
- Get a comprehensive overview of Florence on a guided walking tour
- See the most important sights in the city's historic center
- Learn about the history of Florence, known as the birthplace of the Renaissance
Have you ever wondered why Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance? An excellent and complete introductory tour dedicated to those who want to know all the facts and secrets of two thousand years of Florentine history!
Learn about the city’s Roman origins to a 15th-century palace, to Ponte Vecchio, through the famous Uffizi courtyard, to the amazing Brunelleschi’s Dome which overlooks the Baptistery’s golden “Gates of Paradise”. Allow yourself a close encounter with this fascinating city, understanding and appreciating the background and context, its importance in history, thanks to the professionalism of an expert guide.
- Guided walking tour of Florence
- Earphones for groups with more than 15 participants
- Free for children under 14 years old
Piazza San Lorenzo 13 / R, Florence
In front of Bar Agorà. The MyTour staff will be wearing a green jacket.
- Customers must be able to climb and descend stairs
- From 16 November 2017: Portuguese, Italian, French, German and Chinese languages are only available with a minimum of 4 passengers
- In case the minimum is not met the tour would be guaranteed in English or Spanish
- Every day at 12.00pm and 6.00pm or 1.30pm
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