Florence Day Tour


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Florence Day Tour

Highlights / General details
Optimize your Italian holiday and take a day tour by train to Florence.
On board of a high speed train you'll reach the Florence city centre in just 1 hour and 30 minutes approximately.

At the station, meet your local tour guide and start your walking tour to discover the jewel of Middle Ages and Renaissance of Italy. Florence is considered the cradle of the Renaissance, known worldwide for its treasures of art and architecture. Enjoy the squares, the streets, the masterpieces. Access the splendid Uffizi Gallery with no line. This is one of the most important art collections in the world. Masterpieces from Giotto, Cimabue, Botticelli will amaze you.

After the visit you'll be embraced by Piazza Santa Croce, one of the most beautiful squares in town with a splendid Cathedral as a background. Enjoy a typical meal in a really nice restaurant facing the square right in the heart of the centre.

A nice walk back to the station will complete this day in Florence. Your assistant will wait for you at the station for your return trip to Rome in the late afternoon.

Hotel pick-up (Central Rome); Roundtrip transport to Florence/Rome by bus; Assistant during the trip; Professional guide; Entrance tickets to Uffizi gallery (when closed substituted with Museum of the Duomo); Lunch in Santa Croce Square; Languages available: English, Spanish, German and French.

Hotel drop-off; Gratuities.

Hours of operation
Available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from April to October and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7:30am from November to March; Pick up service from selected Rome city center hotels at 6:30am.

Approximately 12 hours.

Cancellation: 1 day prior 100% penalty. No show 100% penalty.
Complete information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, will be included on your Confirmation Voucher.

**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**

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