1. Italy
  2. Tuscany
  3. Florence
  4. Michelangelo's David

Florence: 1–Hour Small Group Accademia Gallery Tour

Product ID: 166806
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Save and time join an English monolingual guide to admire the imposing statue of Michelangelo, the symbol of Republic of Florence and other important sculptures.
About this activity
Duration 1 hour
Skip the line
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live guide
Spanish
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • Receive unparalleled personalized attention on a small-group tour
  • Admire the Michelangelo’s David, I Prigioni and much more
  • Skip the line to the Accademia Gallery
Full description
Start your cultural tour at the meeting point, meet your English monolingual guide and the rest of the small group.

Walk a few minutes before you arrive in front of the Accademia Gallery. Skip the line and take the opportunity to admire one of the most famous statues in the world, Michelangelo's David.

Discover more about this imposing statue of a young hero, which has now become the symbol of the Republic of Florence.

See other important sculptures by Michelangelo, such as I Prigioni (The Incarcerated) and San Matteo (St Matthew), together with an interesting collection of religious paintings and panels. Your tour will end inside the Accademia.
Includes
  • Expert English-speaking guide
  • Accademia Gallery skip-the-line entrance
  • Audio headsets if needed
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pick-up and drop off

When you get there

Meeting point

Banner shop: "Tour in Florence & Tuscany by Enjoy biking" (yellow flag on the shop door), 21R Via Camillo Cavour, 50123 Firenze FI, Italy. Please be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure time for check in (3:45 PM).

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Know before you go
• The tour is not wheelchair accessible
• Wear comfortable shoes and be ready for any weather conditions
• The supplier is not responsible for any queues due to the museum staff or any sudden closures for strikes or causes of force majeure