A journey through the Medici family’s opulent residence
- Private tour - ensures personalized attention
- SKIP THE LONG LINES as you have a reserved priority entrance
- Experience and learn the history and nature with an licensed guide
- enjoy the experience of walking through the marvellous nature of the Boboli Garden
EVERY DAY (except Monday) available from 8 AM to 4 PM
Known for its sprawling architecture and vast collection of art, the Pitti Palace, residence of the Medici family, last of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany and later royal palace for the King of Italy, and adjacent monumental Boboli Gardens are among Florence’s most precious and treasured landmarks. Explore the Medici magnificence and dive into the realm of world-class art: visiting the Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens is like traveling back in time! Meet your dedicated private English-speaking guide and access the Pitti Palace easily with priority tickets. Once the lavish palatial residence of Florentine grand dukes and monarchs the museum today comprises a variety of diverse museums: the Palatine Gallery with its vast collection of the 16th and 17th-century works of art (including several by Raphael), the stunning Royal Apartments bedecked with luxury furniture from the 19th century, the Treasury of the Grand Dukes (i.e. the Silver Museum) filled with a collection of Medici household gems, and the Gallery of Modern Art with the 19th and 20th century Tuscan paintings. After discovering the museum’s most important masterpieces enjoy an unforgettable walk through the dazzling Boboli Gardens, world-famous for its spellbinding fountains and grottos.
• English-speaking licensed Guide at disposal for 3 hours
• Entrance fees (priority skip-the-line early entrance tickets and reservations) to the Pitti Palace
• Entrance Fees to the Boboli Garden tickets
FLORENCETOWN TOURS & NEWS STAND - Piazza della Repubblica (next to the APPLE STORE under the loggias, corner with Via Pellicceria) - Florence - SEE ON MAP
Please let us know in advance any special need or impaired mobility of the clients and we will do our best to accomodate them.
We suggest to wear comfortable walking shoes.
Big bags, liquid bottles and large umbrellas will not be allowed inside the museums (ok small foldable umbrellas).
This tour runs rain or shine.