Florence Art Pass: skip the line Guided Visit to Accademia, Duomo & Uffizi

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  • Discover Michelangelo's David with insights from a Professional Guide
  • Explore the Uffizi Gallery and marvel at the breathtaking works of the Renaissance's greatest artists
  • Skip the lines and enjoy the visit to Florence's most significant museums
  • Experience a Monolingual Guided Tour
  • Get exclusive access to the Florence Duomo and explore this extraordinary monument with an Official Guide

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Duration: 3 hours 15 minutes Approx.

Starting time: Multiple start times

Season: from April to October

You can appreciate the world's most renowned art masterpieces held within the city's greatest museums, alongside treasures housed in one of the most magnificent cathedrals globally.

Your guide will first take you to the Accademia Gallery for a comprehensive immersion in Michelangelo's art, introducing you to his most famous creation, the "David," as well as other significant works like "I Prigioni," "San Matteo," and the "Palestrina Pietà." Michelangelo, in his youth, sculpted the "David" from an immense block of rough marble over three years, crafting a monumental sculpture of absolute beauty, an emblem of the Renaissance ideal and a symbol of the strength and invincibility of the Florentine Republic during its peak.

Following that, you'll arrive at the Duomo Square, where you'll have the opportunity to explore the interior of the Cathedral, a treasure trove of priceless artistic wonders. Upon entering the Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, you'll be immediately captivated by the grace of the three naves' spaces. Guided by your expert guide, you'll appreciate the beauty of Bandinelli's splendid marble choir, the collection of exquisite stained-glass windows crafted by Donatello, Ghiberti, and Andrea del Castagno, and the unique and enigmatic clock designed by Paolo Uccello. You'll also be astonished by the chance to stroll across a magnificent carpet of multicolored marbles. When you gaze upward, you'll be greeted by the vast and precious interior of the Dome, entirely frescoed by Vasari. Brunelleschi's renowned Dome stands as the largest masonry dome ever constructed and an unparalleled icon of Renaissance architecture.

Lastly, your guide will lead you into the Uffizi Gallery, one of the world's most renowned art collections. Here, you can marvel at countless artworks by Botticelli, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Giotto, Cimabue, Masaccio, and many other masters. Among the gallery's exquisite exhibition halls, the most famous one houses Botticelli's refined works, including the masterpieces "Primavera" and the "Birth of Venus."

Please be aware that the order of the visits may be subject to change.

  • Caf Tour’s Staff Assistance at the Meeting Point
  • Local Professional Guide - monolingual Guided Tour
  • Museums Skip-the-line Entrance Ticket 
  • Earphones inside the Museums
  • Accademia and Uffizi Gallery Small group Guided Visit  
  • Direct and dedicated access to Florence Duomo
  • Professional Official Duomo Florence Guide

Access to the Cathedral is allowed only if equipped with suitable clothing: It is forbidden entry with shorts, bare shoulders, sandals, hats and sunglasses.

In case of delay it will not be possible to join the visit, nor to have a refund or reschedule the guided visit.

It is mandatory to arrive 30 minutes early at Cathedral Visit meeting point because, before the visit, after receiving the entrance ticket, it is mandatory to deposit all the objects required by the Regulations and the following types of bags at the cloakroom (Piazza Duomo, 38/r):

  • Backpacks of any bulk or size and any bag designed to be worn on the back;
  • Bags, suitcases, parcels, bags and containers in general that exceed the dimensions of 35cm x 30cm x 15cm:
  • Any object which, in the unquestionable judgment of the staff in charge, may constitute a danger to other visitors or to the integrity and safety of the structure.

Attention: baggage retrieval must take place at the end of the visit according to the scheduled time. In any case, the duration of the deposit cannot exceed the closing time of the cloakroom.