Florence Walking Tour

Florence Guided Tours

Florence Walking Tour: The Best Way to Experience the Cradle of the Renaissance.
We will see Piazza del Duomo, Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza della Signoria, Ponte Vecchio and much more!

Explore the beauty of the city through a Florence Walking Tour in the place where the Renaissance was born.Discover the age of invention, the age of great personalities like Brunelleschi, Leonardo Da Vinci, Botticelli, the period of time when unknown artisans became famous artist or nameless builders became celebrated architects.

Together we will uncover the history, the glory and the main world-famous monuments of Florence.

By strolling trough the fascinating medieval narrow streets and crossing the main squares, we will admire the beautiful churches and buildings like the Duomo Cathedral (outside) or Palazzo Vecchio (outside).
We will also stop to bring some luck into our lives at the famous Fontana del Porcellino.

And of course we will talk about the main family that made all this happen: the Medici, a powerful family of bankers, patrons of artist like Michelangelo. We will find out about their golden period, their secrets, mysteries and schemes!

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    Personal Guide
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    Entry Fees
    Meals Included
    Personal Driver
    Private Van
Religious Center

During our Florence Walking Tour we will pass through Piazza del Duomo, the main religious center of Florence, where we can find the Baptistery with Ghiberti’s famous golden Gates of Paradise as well as the Giotto bell tower.

We will keep strolling through Piazza della Repubblica, surrounded by charming cafes and then we will reach the famous Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge of the city, the only one that Hitler didn’t bomb in WWII.


We will also show you our favorite piazza of the city, Piazza della Signoria, whose presence is marked by the famed Palazzo Vecchio overlooking it. This piazza is an open-air museum because it’s encircled by many original statues like Cellini’ Perseus, Bandinelli's Hercules and also Ammannati’s Neptune. There is also a replica of Michelangelo's David.

If you want to see the original one click here:


With art comes food! What better place is there than Florence to discover typical Tuscan dishes, local cuisine and wine! In the streets we will see many little food shops or small cellars where you can enjoy a good glass of wine and we make suggestions about the most typical ones!

Piazza del Duomo
Piazza della Repubblica
Piazza della Signoria
Ponte Vecchio