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Skip the Line: Small-Group Florence Renaissance Walking Tour with Accademia Gallery

Skip the Line: Small-Group Florence Renaissance Walking Tour with Accademia Gallery - Florence, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Florence, Italy

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$68.40

Combine a walking tour of Renaissance-era Florence with a skip-the-line tour of the Accademia Gallery (Galleria dell’ Accademia)! With a local guide, stroll around Florence’s historical center to see top sights like Florence Duomo as well as Renaissance architecture. Learn about influential Florentines like the Medici family and the poet Dante Alighieri, and then skip the lines to enter the Accademia Gallery ... More info ›

Combine a walking tour of Renaissance-era Florence with a skip-the-line tour of the Accademia Gallery (Galleria dell’ Accademia)! With a local guide, stroll around Florence’s historical center to see top sights like Florence Duomo as well as Renaissance architecture. Learn about influential Florentines like the Medici family and the poet Dante Alighieri, and then skip the lines to enter the Accademia Gallery. See Michelangelo’s original ‘David’ sculpture and learn all about the famous sculptor who hailed from Florence.

Numbers are limited to 14 on these two small-group tours, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.

Meet your guide in Piazza Strozzi and set off on your small-group walking tour around the streets and piazzas that comprise the city’s historical center. Often called the ‘cradle of the Renaissance,’ the city is home to some of the world’s most important Renaissance art and architecture, and your guide will show off Florence’s finest examples.

While the Ponte Vecchio – Florence’s famous bridge – wasn’t built during the Renaissance era, the Vasari Corridor, which runs inside it, was created in the mid-16th century. Hear how the corridor acted as a secret walkway through the town for the Grand Duke Cosimo I, and of the powerful Medici family who decorated its walls with expensive artwork.

Continue to Piazza della Signoria, the old neighborhood of Dante Alighieri, and admire fine examples of Renaissance architecture and statues like the Statue of Giotto outside the Uffizi Gallery. Walk around the outside of Florence Duomo and gaze at Brunelleschi’s Dome – an icon of the city – as well as landmarks like Giotto’s Bell Tower and Ghiberti’s Gates of Paradise at Florence Baptistry.

After exploring Florence’s historical center, visit the Accademia Gallery. Skip past the long wait lines with your fast-track entrance ticket, and step inside to learn about the important pieces of artwork within the gallery’s walls.

Works by the Renaissance artist Michelangelo take center stage at the museum, and so your guide’s commentary focuses on his masterpieces. Pass Michelangelo’s unfinished sculptures – San Matteo and Prigioni – and then gasp in wonder at the gallery’s undeniable centerpiece: David. Learn how the larger-than-life-sized sculpture was created using local Carrera marble, and marvel at the attention to detail that Michelangelo put into his creation.

Your tour finishes inside the Accademia Gallery after viewing David, but you can stay inside the museum to explore independently, if you wish. Rooms containing works by other Renaissance artists, like Sandro Botticelli and Andrea Orcagna, are well worth a visit.

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Tuscany Bike Tour from Florence

Tuscany Bike Tour from Florence - Florence, Italy
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Florence, Italy

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$135.55

Ride through the picture-postcard Tuscan countryside on a small group bike tour from Florence. As you ride along on your comfortable bike, feel the cool breeze, breathe in the fresh air, and see Tuscany at its best!

Your full-day bike tour is led by a professional local guide, and tour numbers are limited to a maximum of 15 people ... More info ›

Ride through the picture-postcard Tuscan countryside on a small group bike tour from Florence. As you ride along on your comfortable bike, feel the cool breeze, breathe in the fresh air, and see Tuscany at its best!

Your full-day bike tour is led by a professional local guide, and tour numbers are limited to a maximum of 15 people. The leisurely tour follows a relaxed pace, with several stops along the way.

Leaving Florence, you'll travel by minivan to the Chianti area just outside the city. Pedaling along narrow shaded roads lined with old stone walls, you'll ride past romantic olive groves, vineyards, medieval castles, and hillside villa estates. When you reach your destination you'll be rewarded by breathtaking panoramic views of Florence and its surroundings.

You'll also visit 2 local wineries estate and see the vineyards and cellars, taste Chianti wine and learn about winemaking, plus taste local extra virgin olive oil. Discover the different approaches these two wineries have in wine production: from the application of modern techniques to the rediscovery of ancient gestures through a fully organic production.

The tour includes a traditional Italian lunch, including bruschetta, pasta and wine, to refresh you for your ride back to Florence. Join this small group bike tour for a magical day out in the beautiful countryside of Chianti.

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Handmade Italian Pasta Cooking Course in Florence

Handmade Italian Pasta Cooking Course in Florence - Florence, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes
Location: Florence, Italy

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$65.91

Follow ancient Italian traditions and learn the art of pasta making on this half day hands-on cooking workshop in Florence. After the hard work is done, toast your fellow budding chefs with local wine, while feasting on your pasta creations!

Enjoy personal attention from your expert chefs on this small-group, limited to 12 people.

Master the authentic method of pasta creation with a rolling pin before trying your hand at the modern technique by machine ... More info ›

Follow ancient Italian traditions and learn the art of pasta making on this half day hands-on cooking workshop in Florence. After the hard work is done, toast your fellow budding chefs with local wine, while feasting on your pasta creations!

Enjoy personal attention from your expert chefs on this small-group, limited to 12 people.

Master the authentic method of pasta creation with a rolling pin before trying your hand at the modern technique by machine. Under the expert guidance of your English speaking chef, you'll work with flour, eggs and other ingredients to create three styles of pasta with different sauces as well as a typical Italian dessert.

This easy to follow class is both enjoyable and fun. Ideal for groups or individuals, you're then invited to dine on the dishes you've prepared as you take your seat at the table for lunch. Satisfied by your culinary creations, toast your new found friends with Tuscan wine and dig in for an unforgettable feast. Buon appetito!

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Private Tour: Florence Sightseeing Tour

Private Tour: Florence Sightseeing Tour - Florence, Italy
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Duration: 3 - 8 hours
Location: Florence, Italy

From USD
$128.09

A private tour is ideal for discovering Florence in the comfort of a private vehicle. Choose from a Morning or Afternoon Tour - or combine both as a full-day tour ... More info ›

A private tour is ideal for discovering Florence in the comfort of a private vehicle. Choose from a Morning or Afternoon Tour - or combine both as a full-day tour. Accompanied by your own private guide, you'll enjoy personalized attention on your luxury private tour of Florence.

MORNING TOUR:
Drive along the romantic Viale dei Colli to Piazzale Michelangelo and stop to admire panoramic views of the city. Proceed by car through the city center, followed by an outdoor guided tour of the Duomo complex: Giotto's bell tower, the Baptistery with its bronze doors including Porta del Paradiso and the exterior of the Cathedral with its magnificent Cupola del Brunelleschi. A short walk through the streets of Florence brings you to the Galleria dell Accademia (*) where you can admire David by Michelangelo and other works by the artist. End your tour inside the museum. You have the option to include a lunch at a restaurant in the town center.

AFTERNOON TOUR:
See the unparalleled beauty of Florence, taking in Fiesole, a delightful town set on the overlooking hills in the Arno Valley. Continue to the old city center to visit the Franciscan Church of Santa Croce (exterior). A short walk through historic Florence brings you to the Piazza Signoria, where you can admire the Palazzo Vecchio (exterior) and Loggia dei Lanzi. Continue with a guided tour of the Galleria degli Uffizi (**) and admire paintings by Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael and Giotto. End the tour inside the museum.

FULL DAY TOUR:
A combination of Morning Tour with Lunch + Afternoon Tour.

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Siena, San Gimignano and Chianti Wine Region Small Group Day Trip from Florence

Siena, San Gimignano and Chianti Wine Region Small Group Day Trip from Florence - Florence, Italy
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Florence, Italy

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$247.48

Tour the beautiful Chianti and hill towns of Tuscany on a small group day trip from Florence. Spaces are limited on each tour and groups will consist of a maximum of eight people with your own guide ... More info ›

Tour the beautiful Chianti and hill towns of Tuscany on a small group day trip from Florence. Spaces are limited on each tour and groups will consist of a maximum of eight people with your own guide. You'll travel in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan and receive individual attention from your expert driver guide.

You'll leave from Florence at 9am and will start with a visit of Siena, a beautiful Tuscan hill town famous for its Piazza del Campo where the famous Palio di Siena (horse race) is held twice a year. You'll spend time in Siena touring the city and experiencing its medieval narrow streets.

From Siena, your driver guide will take you to a well-known winery in the Chianti area, Monterinaldi or similar, where you'll spend approx. 2-hours. Here you’ll find out about how the regional popular wines are produced, and then enjoy a light lunch with a selection of bruschettas, cold cuts and cheeses, paired with 3 superb chianti wines plus vinsanto.

After lunch you'll visit San Gimignano, stroll around this enchanting medieval town and admire the breathtaking scenery with incredible vistas of the Chianti from 'Torre Grossa', the Cathedral tower, and appreciate the slower pace of life that hasn't changed for centuries. Stroll around the streets of this enchanting hill town and enjoy a gelato (ice-cream) in Cistern Square.

After leaving San Gimignano, the tour returns to Florence via the Chianti area stopping by the charming villages of Castellina in Chianti and Monteriggioni. And while sitting back savoring the subtle textures and tones of the wine, contemplate the beautiful countryside that has been your constant companion during the day.

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Tuscan Cooking Class and Dinner in Florence

Tuscan Cooking Class and Dinner in Florence - Florence, Italy
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Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Florence, Italy

From USD
$84.57

Make like a real Tuscan cook on this 4.5-hour evening cooking class in a historical palace (palazzo) in Florence. Working in a modern kitchen in the old building, learn how to create a quintessential Tuscan 4-course dinner of staples such as Hunter’s Chicken (chicken stew), fresh pasta and ‘tiramisu’ (cocoa, espresso and mascarpone pudding) ... More info ›

Make like a real Tuscan cook on this 4.5-hour evening cooking class in a historical palace (palazzo) in Florence. Working in a modern kitchen in the old building, learn how to create a quintessential Tuscan 4-course dinner of staples such as Hunter’s Chicken (chicken stew), fresh pasta and ‘tiramisu’ (cocoa, espresso and mascarpone pudding). Gain valuable insider tips from an expert local chef, and then enjoy your dishes during a convivial dinner, complete with well-matched Tuscan wine.
Receive personalized attention on a small-group class limited to no more than 12 people.

Meet your guide and the rest of your small group near Piazza Santa Trinita in central Florence. After making your introductions, walk to the nearby cooking school, housed in a medieval Tuscan palazzo across the Arno River.

As you cross the river, stop to admire the views of the magnificent Ponte Vecchio. Then, when you arrive at the school, head inside and find your allocated spot in the modern kitchen.

Next, listen avidly as a friendly, expert chef talks you through the 4-course dinner you’re about to cook.

Your menu will vary according to the day of your class and the availability of ingredients, but typically, you can expect to prepare a classic Tuscan meal of favorites such as potato gnocchi (dumplings), Hunter’s Chicken (chicken stew), and a dessert such as tiramisu. See the Itinerary below for sample menus.

Put on your supplied apron and set to work following the provided recipes. As you prep, get helpful tips from the chef and gain valuable insights into local culinary traditions and techniques that you can use to impress family and friends back home.

With your meal ready, take a seat at the communal table in the charming dining area and savor your finished dishes in the company of your fellow cooks. As you eat, enjoy a glass of wine — your experience includes a complimentary bottle shared between four people.

Discuss your efforts with your companions and learn the strengths and weaknesses of your dishes in the eyes of your chef.
After your convivial meal, receive a recipe booklet to take home with you and then say your goodbyes. Your tour ends when you leave the cooking school.

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