Guided Tour with Priority Access

Thanks to Virtual Uffizi you will be able to make reservations for a professional guided tour, details about halls and artworks will be provided by a professional certified Tour Guide for Uffizi Gallery of Florence and its "Provincia".

This is the best way to make your journey through the history of art, a wonderful journey.

A guided tour will help you to study and better understand all of the assets housed at the Gallery. Starting from the early paintings of the thirteenth century, through the changes of Giotto, to the innovations of the Renaissance, masterpieces by artists such as Masaccio, Piero della Francesca, Botticelli, Leonardo, Michelangelo will no longer be a secret.

The guides will introduce you to all the rooms, the hall of Botticelli and Caravaggio to many other up to the Flemish and German one and the octagonal Tribune, taking you on a time travel of many centuries to discover masterpieces of world renown.

What is included?

  • Priority access tickets - skip the line
  • Guided Tour or 90 minutes with a professional authorized guide
  • After the guided tour (at the time chosen) you can stay all day!
  • Save up to 3 hours standing inline
  • Audioguides (if option chosen)
  • Date/Time changes for free within 48 hours before the entrance

Please make attention:

  • The Meeting Point is in front of the Gate 3 of the Uffizi Gallery
  • Due museum rules and security policy, during the high season, it's possible waiting some minutes before enter into the museum. These tickets always save up to 3 hours of time standing inline.

The building, which houses one of the most famous museums in the world for its extraordinary collection of paintings and antique statues, is also a work of art to admire.

The Gallery, located on the top floor, was built on a design by Giorgio Vasari between 1560 and 1580. With the guided tour you will have the opportunity to visit the Vasari Corridor too, a suspended corridor built by Vasari to connect the building with Palazzo Vecchio and Pitti Palace, which housts other important collections such as paintings of the seventeenth century and the collection of self-portraits.

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Reduced Tickets:

  • Citizens of the European Union between 18 and 25 years old (id card required)

Free Tickets:

  • Citizens under the age of eighteen. Citizens of the European Union under the age of eighteen or over the age of sixty five. Visitors under the age of twelve must be accompanied
  • groups and parties of students from state and private schools in Italy and the European Union, accompanied by their teachers, subject to booking and in the number established by the head of the institution
  • teachers and students enrolled in the faculties of architecture, cultural heritage conservation and educational sciences, or on degree courses in literature or literary subjects with an archaeological or historic-artistic specialisation in the faculties of literature and philosophy, in corresponding faculties or courses set up in the Member States of the European Union students must display a valid the certificate of enrolment for the current academic year, in Italian, or in English for foreign students)
  • teachers and students enrolled in the Fine Arts Academies or corresponding institutes within the European Union students must display the certificate of enrolment for the current academic year in Italian or English)
  • tour guides from the European Union in the exercise of their professional activities (upon display of a valid licence issued by the competent authority)
  • tourist interpreters from the European Union when their assistance is required alongside the guide (upon display of a valid licence issued by the competent authority)
  • citizens of the European Union with disabilities and a family member or other accompanying person who can demonstrate employment in the relevant social services organisation
  • voluntary workers performing activities for the promotion and enhancement of knowledge of the cultural heritage, on the basis of agreements drawn up with the Ministry pursuant to article 112, subsection 8, of the Code
  • for reasons of study or research, certified by schools or universities, academies and research and cultural institutes in Italy and abroad, and by the Ministry for the Cultural Heritage and Activities, or for specific motivated requirements, the heads of the institutions may allow free admission for specified periods to persons making request thereto
  • personnel of the Ministry for the Cultural Heritage and Activities
  • members of ICOM (International Council of Museums)
  • members of ICOMOS (International Council of Monuments and Sites)