Be prepared for massive crowds. The art collection defies description and includes important and famous paintings and sculptures.
The Uffizi Gallery in Florence is famous for its Renaissance masterpieces, including works by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Raphael, and Titian, and the lines outside attest to its popularity. With this tour, save hours of time waiting and skip right to the front of the line. Choose between a guaranteed morning or afternoon admission time, depending on the time of year, and opt to discover the museum’s masterpieces with an audio guide (own expense).
Choose between guaranteed admission in the morning or afternoon, depending on the time of year, and begin the tour at the museum entrance. With this tour, you have the privilege of skipping the line (saving hours of time otherwise spent waiting) and entering the museum without delay.
Once inside, explore the Uffizi’s dozens of galleries and numerous world-famous artworks at your leisure.
Purchase an audio guide (own expense) to learn more. The rooms are arranged chronologically and span the 13th to 18th centuries; sculptures from antiquity are also on display.
Break for refreshments in the museum cafe, which overlooks the Palazzo Vecchio (own expense), and depart whenever you wish.
Horrible!!!! Every person in the 1.5 hr line had a skip the line tic. The co, also did not get the tickets to us. We had to locate their office. And pick them up.We were 5 min late and there were 100's of people, it...More
I would say that the skip the line is worth the dime. Our time is precious on a trip and for a little bit more, we were just slipping right in to the Gallery. However, I would have gone earlier in the day as the...More
Even with skip the line tickets you have to expect to join a queue for entrance - however it moved a great deal more quickly than the queue for people without tickets. Lots of people, so a bit congested in the first rooms but it...More
Beautiful museum. We spent maybe 1.5hr in this museum, but could have spent longer if we tolerated the amount of tourists. Even the "skip the line" tour had a significant line, which was expected to some extent, but we still waited >30min to get in...More