Experience the most important sights of Florence as well as the magic of Italian cooking in one day! After visiting the top sights, your local and expert professional chef will welcome you into his private home in the heart of Florence for your cooking lesson. Your perfect day of culture and beauty for all of your senses ends with enjoying the meal you prepared!
Discover Renaissance Florence on this exclusive walking tour through the city's 15th century art and architecture. Florence was the cradle of the cultural movement which brought about a "rebirth" of the classical ideals of Greek and Roman philosophy and art. Your specialized tour guide and art/architecture historian will give you the opportunity to experience the traces of the great artists and masters of the rinascimento – such as Dante, Filippo Brunelleschi, Donatello, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Michelangelo.
Travel back in time and discover how the people of Florence lived between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, when some of the most famous art masterpieces were created in this city. This 3 hour long tour takes you into the less accessible palaces that house objects, art works, and stories from daily life in past centuries - even today.
Enjoy the unique privilege of visiting a historical private palace in Florence, opened exclusively for your party. Imagine and retrace the stories of the most important characters who have lived there as you walk through the courtyards, bedrooms, and halls, admiring the interiors featuring antique furniture, paintings, and frescoes.
Deepen your knowledge of Florence by discovering art treasures of the Renaissance not included on the main tourist routes! This private tour itinerary takes you to three churches that were built or decorated by some of the most famous Italian artists - such as Filippo Brunelleschi, Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Michelangelo, Pontormo, and many more!
Meet Florence from a different point of view with this private tour itinerary that takes you to some of the most relevant depictions of the Last Supper and cloisters of Florence. See places of communitarian spirituality and religious life, decorated and enriched by some of the most important Italian artists between the 1400s and 1500s. The sacred stories represented on the walls, rich in symbols, still speak of the beauty and silence that reigned in these spaces where friars and monks lived, surrounded by paintings that also inspired great masters such as Leonardo da Vinci for his “Last Supper” in Milan.
Dive into the unofficial and frequently forgotten history of Florence with this guided tour, which will introduce you to some of the exceptional women who were of great importance for the political, artistic, and cultural events of the city.
You’ve seen the David but you want to know more? This tour is dedicated to the discovery of the less crowded museums housing works by the Master. Beyond the Accademia Gallery and the Uffizi Gallery, there are many more museums where you can absorb the beauty of the art of the divine Michelangelo. Discover them with us!
Join this unusual private guided tour through a selection of the most important private gardens and courtyards of Florence, commissioned by some of the oldest families in the city, who even today continue to look after them with loving care.
Meet some of the exceptional women who were of great importance in the political, artistic and cultural events of the city of Florence, and therefore an intrinsic part of the unofficial and frequently forgotten history of the city. This tour will allow you to learn to recognize their faces, hear about their personalities and their words through the sites that mirror their lives. This itinerary includes famous monuments - visited from an unusual point of view!
Discover Florence through the lives of the Medici family women - from Lucrezia Tornabuoni to the last great woman of the house: Anna Maria Luisa dei Medici, considered the saviour of the Medici family history and heritage.
Join us on this tour through Florence, a city that houses many masterpieces of sculpture in its museums, but is also a true open-air museum. Many works of art can be seen simply by walking along the streets - discover them with us!
Experience the garden secrets of Villa Peyron. Every second Sunday of each month, Doctor Marco Mucini, forestry landscape architect, offers a tour through the luscious park of Villa Peyron, giving information about history and curiosities. The magnificent panorama embraces the hills of the Chianti and the city of Florence.
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