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Livorno Port, Pisa, Florence: Full-Day Shore Excursion

1. Livorno Port, Pisa, Florence: Full-Day Shore Excursion

Begin your excursion with a 30-minute drive to Pisa, stopping first at the Miracles Field, where you’ll see the famed Leaning Tower of Pisa, along with the Duomo and Baptistry. You’ll have time to take photos here and shop for souvenirs.  Florence is a 1-hour drive away, and on arrival you’ll stop at Michelangelo Square for breathtaking views of the major sights of Florence. Your driver will also stop at Santa Croce Church, known best for the tombs of Italian notables such as Michelangelo and Galileo. In the heart of Florence, Repubblica Square, is where you'll experience the major attractions of the city, such as the Duomo, the Porcellino Market and the Old Bridge. After lunch and shopping, depart around 4:00 PM for the drive back to Livorno and your ship. If you’d like to try some of Italy’s best gelato, your driver will make a stop along the way.

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Museo Galileo Small Group Tour

2. Museo Galileo Small Group Tour

The Museo Galileo is one of the foremost international institutions dedicated to the history of science, combining a museum of scientific instruments and an institute dedicated to the research, documentation and dissemination of the history of science in the broadest sense. Join this 90-minute small group tour along with an official guide who will reveal all the secrets if this museum to you. Get to know some original scientific tools made by Galileo himself, such as the telescopes and lenses he used to discover Jupiter's moons. Once your guided tour is finished, you have the choice to remain in the museum as long as you like.

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Galileo Galilei Private Science Tour

3. Galileo Galilei Private Science Tour

The tour starts in Piazza della Signoria and continues to the Science Museum or the Galileo Museum, dedicated to the famous scientist. The Museo Galileo is full of scientific tools of great importance. Admire the two famous telescopes, and the finger of the great physicist, which is perfectly preserved. Then continue to the Observatory Museum and the Natural History Museum, in a beautiful antique palace with a Forum dedicated to the genius scientist. Here we will find the captivating marble statue of Galileo. The museum is named after the word observatory that once meant the Torrino astronomical, where the stars were studied and which is still available to visit by appointment. You'll end by going to the Basilica of Santa Croce, otherwise known as the "Pantheon of Italian Glories" for the tombs of the most famous Italians, among whom is the monumental tomb of Galileo Galilei.

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What people are saying about Museo Galileo

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 11 reviews

Good guide

I enjoyed Pisa but not so much Florence, there are lots of people everywhere. But our guide Francesco is very good at navigating and getting really close to the attractions. He is also very friendly and knowledgeable.

It was an amazing day. We saw more than we ever could have managed by ourselves. The guide knew exactly where to take us and helped us out. Two older nuns and a service dog ..A day we will never forget.

Frederico was awesome. Restaurant he told us to go to was great. Very informative guide. Friendly knowkedgable . Shopping was great for leather goods

excellent outstanding tour guide, very knowledgeable

guide took his time in explaining and was very patient in answering all questions Best tour guide we had

Fabulous Day!

Ricardo was terrific. Knowledgeable, clean car, and no wasted time. Highly recommend.