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Masterpieces of the Uffizi

Beauty from the Florentine Renaissance

Renaissance art history tours in Florence

The Uffizi Gallery - the oldest art museum in the world - contains paintings of staggering beauty, famous the world over. By focusing on particular masterpieces in the Gallery, this tour leads you easily through the Florentine Renaissance: how it happened, who the leading artists were, and why their work was so influential. But more than that, it shows how changes in both techniques and attitudes transformed art from a form of mysticism used for religious devotion, to an expression of pure sensual beauty.
This tour is designed to make art easily accessible to everyone, and whatever your level of interest, this friendly and relaxed tour will hold something for you.

Masterpieces of the Uffizi
Beauty from the Florentine Renaissance
Tour code: Florence 1
For groups of max 4 people: £435 per group.
For groups of 5-10 people: £95 per person.
Duration approx 3hrs. Maximum number of participants 10
Included: Visit to the Galleria degli Uffizi (entrance tickets included). The tour will be led by Art Historian Chris Dobson.
Artists covered include: Sandro Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Paolo Uccello, Domenico Veneziano, Piero della Francesca.
Meeting point: inside the elegant Caffè Rivoire, Piazza della Signoria, corner of Via Vacchereccia 4/r
Please note: this tour is not available on Mondays.

How to Book
Your reservation is confirmed by full payment by credit or debit card using Paypal. To check availability and arrange payment, please get in touch via the Contact page.
As soon as payment is completed you will receive a receipt via email. We shall send you a booking form to fill in, which you should then photograph or scan and email back to us (within 7 days please). Your booking will then be complete.
Before booking, please make sure you read the standard tour terms and conditions here.

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