Free Cancellation Up to 48 hours in advance
Duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes
|Mobile voucher accepted|
• Licensed guide • Reserved entrance tickets • Earphones for groups of more than 15 participants • Visit Galleria Palatina and Royal Apartments
Are you looking for some special and uncommon place to visit in Florence? Pitti Palace is one of these! It is a beautiful palace full of history and art of the city. During this walking tour you will be accompanied by an expert tour guide who will explain to you all you need to know about this amazing place!
• Earphones will be provided only for groups with over 15 participants. • Customers must be able to climb and descend stairs. • Due the moderate amount of walking to reach the main attraction sites could be better to wear comfortable shoes and clothes •This tour is not suitable for customers in wheelchairs. • Reach the meeting point 15 minutes before the departure time. Our staff will wear a green t-shirt with our “My Tour” logo. • Participant Requirements: we recommend to bring a mask with you and wear it during all the activity.
It was easy to book, guide was in time, small group and guide very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Learned so much and saw many beautiful rooms and art work.
The palace was beautiful. I?m unfortunately there were no audio guides to rent so you are on your own if you don?t hire a tour guide. Parts of the palace were closed which wasn?t mentioned prior to our visit. But the treasures and art are spectacular. The biggest issue was retrieving our tickets prior to the visit. We were told a tour guide would meet us there. No one was there. We called Viator and they said to pick up our tickets at the Pitti ticket office. The ticket agent said they didn?t hold tickets for independent tour groups an sent us to the front entrance. The front entrance sent us back to the ticket office. We again called Viator and handed the phone to the ticket agent and they worked it out. But it was 45 minutes of wasted time trying to figure out how to get our tickets. The email should tell you exactly where to go and what to do (it only gives very general instructions). But better yet, we live in a digital world. Send us the actual tickets in email before we arrive. That would have been amazingly convenient and provided a much better experience.