Best of Florence: David and Duomo Guided Tour
- Take in the top sights of Florence in just a few hours
- Skip the long lines to marvel at Michelangelo's David, one of the best-known sculptures in the world
- Admire the stunning architecture of Florence’s Duomo from the outside
- Discover the Piazza della Signoria and Ponte Vecchio on an informative walking tour
Your guided tour begins with a visit to see Michelangelo's David – the most popular man in Florence. Enjoy skip-the-line entrance and avoid the long queues.
Once inside the Galleria your guide will lead you by the Slaves, lining the corridor leading to David. Hear the story behind this iconic work of art and spot the details that make David one of the world's most captivating sculptures.
With an expert art historian on hand and with a maximum of 15 people in your group you'll be able to have all your questions answered.
Next you’ll feast your eyes on one of the city's architectural gems. As you admire the Dome from the outside you’ll hear the story of how its architect Brunelleschi recovered lost knowledge and expanded the realm of what was deemed humanly possible all in his pursuit of building it.
The beauty of Florence isn't confined to its galleries and churches, as you’ll see in the streets and piazzas of the Renaissance city. Enjoy a guided walk to see the best of the rest for a fuller understanding of the history and culture of Florence.
At Piazza della Signoria, you’ll admire magnificent sculptures in the open air. Hear about the notorious and influential Medici family at Palazzo Vecchio. Visit the Ponte Vecchio and enjoy the quirky architecture of the bridge.
Before the end of your visit be sure to rub the nose of Il Porcellino to guarantee your safe return to Florence.
- Skip-the-line admissions to the Accademia Gallery to see Michelangelo's David
- Guided walking tour of historic Florence
- English-speaking expert guide
- Hotel pick-up/drop off
When you get there
In Piazza San Marco, by the statue in the middle of the square. This is a centrally located square just one minute away from the Accademia Gallery in Via Ricasoli. Walk through Via Ricasoli and you will find Piazza San Marco.Open in Google Maps ⟶