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The most important monuments are concentrated in the historical part of the city, where the distances allow a movement entirely on foot. This allows us to admire Florence in all its beauty and to discover even the most hidden treasures in the charming medieval alleys.
On request it is possible, thanks to the collaboration with selected NCC agencies, to rent a car with a private driver.
It is also possible, upon reservation, to use motorized chairs to help people with motor difficulties in moving around the historic center.
Covid: the visits are organized to ensure maximum safety and in compliance with all regulations that provide for spacing, the use of masks properly worn for the duration of the tour and the use of antibacterial gels.
The use of earphones and a microphone (whisper system) is compulsory for guided tours inside museums in order to keep your distance and facilitate listening during the visit.
Get to know the most important places in the historical center of Florence, its monuments, such as Piazza del Duomo, the splendid view from Ponte Vecchio and the spectacular Piazza della Signoria.
We will go together to discover the places and the masterpieces of the great Renaissance artist, we will discover his life and his relationship with one of the most powerful families of his time, the powerful Medici family.
Come and visit one of the oldest and most suggestive palaces of the city, the Bargello, the first National Museum of Italy, from government palace to Florentine prison, with its rooms and austere architecture that take us back to the ancient Florence.
Walking through the streets of the center we will discover the places where great film directors have chosen the history and beauty of Florence as the irreplaceable setting for their masterpieces.
Walking through the streets of the center you will easily be conquered by the special charm of Florence. Stendal knew something about it! If the stones of the ancient monuments could tell us about so many centuries of history, who knows how many episodes, voices, images, secrets they would like to reveal to us.
Once home to grand dukes and kings, the largest palace in Florence today houses some of the most important museums in the city, with spectacularly decorated rooms and rich collections of paintings, costumes, silverware, porcelain and the spectacular Boboli Gardens.