Piazza di Santa Croce
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Florence: Walking Tour for Kids and Families with Local

1. Florence: Walking Tour for Kids and Families with Local

Meet your professional kid-friendly guide in Piazza Santa Croce (below the statue of Dante) and start a marvelous 2.5-hour experience through the streets and squares of Florence. Your guide will tell you secrets and interesting stories of the Renaissance. You will be visiting the city center from Piazza Santa Croce to Ponte Vecchio bridge without missing the beautiful Loggia in Piazza della Signoria, the Duomo from outside, the area of the Uffizi Gallery and then Palazzo Vecchio the center of the Government of Florence. The tour will then end with Piazza della Repubblica, St. Lorenzo Market and the Porcellino. Your guide will play games, activities, scavenger hunts and will entertain and engage the whole family!

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Florence: Tour for Kids w/ Michelangelo Statue of David

2. Florence: Tour for Kids w/ Michelangelo Statue of David

Meet in Piazza Santa Croce where the congregation containing Michelangelo's tomb will be found. You will investigate the downtown area, stop at the Ponte Vecchio connect and devour your eyes on the heart ceasing view over the slopes that circle Florence. At this point, you will stroll by the town lobby and the astounding Loggia in Piazza della Signoria, the political heart of Florence. On one side, you will appreciate the famous Uffizi Gallery, once the Great Duke's base camp, at that point Palazzo Vecchio, the notable seat of the Florentine Government. The visit will then proceed to the old market where you will play with good fortunes with Porcellino. You will see Piazza della Repubblica and visit the great cathedral. The congregation includes superbly saved, novel marble inscriptions, Brunelleschi's dome and most importantly, a supernatural occurrence of engineering, an image of the Renaissance development in Florence due to its challenging plan and difficult acknowledgment. The tour will be partly outdoors and indoors and include a visit of the Academy Gallery to see the statue of David.

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Florence: Family Highlights Tour with the Statue of David

3. Florence: Family Highlights Tour with the Statue of David

Your meeting point will be in Piazza Santa Croce, near the Santa Croce church where Michelangelo's tomb is situated. From there, start your walking tour through the city center, before making your first stop to Ponte Vecchio. After that you will arrive to the political center of Florence, Piazza della Signoria, which has an amazing Loggia in which you can admire marble and bronze statues created by Florentine artists from the 16th century. From there you can also see the Uffizi Gallery, one of the world's top rated galleries, before you continue your walking tour to the old market, another vibrant city location. Following that, you will reach another famous Florence square, Piazza della Repubblica, where your expert tour guide will fascinate you with stories and anecdotes about life in Florence, as well as its history and culture. Your next stop will be the amazing Basilica of Santa Maria del Fiore, or as the locals know it, the Duomo (cathedral). This cathedral was the first of its kind in terms of dimension and structure, and is also a symbol of the Renaissance in Florence. Lead by your guide, you will learn some of the history and interesting facts about the cathedral. At the conclusion of your tour, you can relax and savor a typical lunch at San Lorenzo's market, where you can also walk around the folkloristic market stalls.

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Florence: Private Electric Bike Tour of Florence & the Hills

4. Florence: Private Electric Bike Tour of Florence & the Hills

Visit Florence and its wonderful hills, Fiesole and Piazzale Michelangelo, with an eco-friendly means of transportation. With little effort, aboard your electric bike. Follow your private tour leader and admire breathtaking views of Florence and its countryside. Stop at scenic spots to capture wonderful photos. Start from Via della Mosca and head to Fiesole, the town that rises on the hill immediately behind Florence. Make a stop at a farmhouse that produces organic products. Visit the farm, soak in the rural landscape and the Renaissance cloister. Savor a snack (not included) in the characteristic shop selling local products. Next, bike your way to Piazzale Michelangelo. Enjoy a wonderful view of Florence and the Basilica of San Miniato al Monte overlooking Piazzale Michelangelo. Descend into the center of Florence passing through the Lungarno. Hop off your bike to enter a wine bar with typical Chianti wines (tasting not included). As you navigate through the narrow streets and characteristic squares of Florence, admire monuments like Ponte Vecchio, Pitti Palace, Piazza della Signoria, the Cathedral with the Brunelleschi Dome, Giotto’s Campanile, the Baptistery with the Porta del Paradiso, the Basilica di Santa Croce and more. At the end of the tour, cool off with a delicious homemade Gelato at an ice cream shop in the center of Florence.

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What people are saying about Piazza di Santa Croce

Emilia was an excellent guide. She was very knowledgeable about the history of Florence and presented it in an interesting manner. The skip the line was truly skip the line.

Excellent experience! Our guide Guilia was passionate and engaging. She kept us all interested- the children of 7 and thirteen years old; the parents and the granny!

Great Guide! Exceptional with Children!

Kids loved the treasure hunt concept! The boys were particularly pleased that they won, against the adults! Gelato during the walk was a fantastic idea! Bravo!

giula was great making the morning a competition between our 3 girls (10,9,6) and us their parents. giula loves her job and that definitely shows in her tour.

Great way to see the historic centre of Florence, our guide, Giulia was really lovely with our kids