A universal container of beautiful art, the Uffizi Gallery is the cultural center of excellence in Florence. Getting lost among thousands of works of art is as easy as being enchanted by their beauty. myTour in Italy accompanies you to discover the enchanting world of Uffizi. We put our experience in your service to discover the Uffizi in total relaxation.
It was Cosimo I de 'Medici, who asked to build the "offices" to manage better the administrative duties of Florence. Vasari's genius molded the shape so the corridor would connect Palazzo Pitti to the Uffizi.
The origin of this fantastic place is witnessed by the remains of the church of San Pier Scheraggio and the arches via della Ninna. It was a real exhibition since 1581, but the Gallery was opened to the public in 1769. Join us at myTour and enrich yourself with the wonders that await you during the Uffizi Gallery tour.
Giotto, Botticelli, Raphael, Caravaggio, Leonardo Da Vinci unleash all the power of their works. You will be feeling completely surrounded by art and this is the experience that every visitor to the Uffizi seeks when visiting its rooms. Being able to grasp its essence is the real added value that our guided tour can offer.
This tour will make you understand the technique behind the nuances and rediscover the history that inspired the birth of the famous masterpieces. A guided tour of the Uffizi means immersing yourself completely in the importance of the museum. Walking in the place par excellence of Florence and Tuscany can amaze you, intrigue you and undoubtedly capture the taste for beauty. Being accompanied by an expert guide will enrich the value of the visit. A journey through the ages awaits you. Starting from the Middle Ages up to the wonder of the Renaissance, we will guide you through the stories of the works that should not be missed. The tour will still leave you the space to continue the visit in total freedom.
• Earphones will be provided only for groups with over 15 participants. • Please note, an identity document is required for children under 18 to be shown to the driver.