On our web site you find many proposals of walking tours of Florence. Take a private tour of Florence with us and enjoy your personalized city tour. You’ll get to know its history, its art, its flavors, in one word its soul.
We offer a wide range of guided tours of Florence. You can choose one of the most popular ones: the Classic Tour of Florence, the Pitti Palace Tour or the Uffizi Gallery Tour. There are plenty of Florence thematic tours as well, designed to offer you the widest choice: the Florence Michelangelo Tour, the Medici Grand Tour, the Medieval Tour of Florence. We have also developed some experience for you, like our Boat Trip on the Arno river, the Florence Street Food Tour, and many others. There are tours for every taste. You just have to pick the one you like the most! And if you want something special and customized, contact us and we create your personal tour of Florence together!


Florence in the Middle Ages was an important cultural, commercial and economic hub. It has been the capital city of Tuscany since the time of the Medici family. Later it was governed by the Habsbourg Loren dynasty. It was the second Italian capital, shortly after the unification of Italy in 1861. For its outstanding significant value, in 1982 Florence was declared Word UNESCO Heritage. Its 600 years of extraordinary artistic and human activity can be seen in its numerous monuments. The medieval cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the respectively franciscan and dominican churches of Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella, the masterpiece housed in Uffizi Galley and the work of great masters such as Giotto, Brunelleschi, Botticelli and Michelangelo are only a little part of the immense treasure of this city.


Florence is a city that seems frozen in time, with its marble façades, its ancient churches and its old fashion shops. People come to Florence and they fall in love with it, often feeling like they’ve just scratched the surface. There are always return trips to make! Most of the people stay 2 or 3 days in Florence, which is obviously not enough, but you can still do plenty of things. Climb the 463 steps of Brunelleschi’s dome, indulge yourself with a delicious gelato at Gelateria dei Neri. Don’t miss the sunset from the steps of Piazzale Michelangelo. Go to Uffizi Gallery at 8:15 in the morning to avoid the big crowds. Visit Accademia Gallery on a Tuesday night and enjoy a tête-à-tête with Michelangelo’s David. Have an aperitivo at Procacci with a truffle sandwich and a prosecco glass. At above all, treat yourself on a private tour of Florence to make your stay memorable!