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Florence guided tour from Rome

Make the most of your holiday in Rome and take a day trip to picture postcard Florence. Travel both ways by train to take in the stunning cradle of the renaissance, known worldwide for its treasures or art and architecture. Delight at the squares, streets and masterpieces within this stunning ancient city. HIGHLIGHTS:

* Includes entry to the Uffizi Gallery

* Lunch at a traditional restaurant in the heart of Florence

* Pass by the city’s most famous landmarks on a guided tour

Take a stroll through the beautiful city of Florence at your own pace, passing by some of the city’s most famous landmarks. Pass by sights such as the Palazzo Pitti, one of the most renowned renaissance palaces in the city. The palace is not far from the Ponte Vecchio, the famous stone bridge which once held small markets and is now famously still home to many shops. The Ponte Vecchio is one of Florence’s most famous landmarks and is well worth a visit while you’re in the city.

Enter the splendid Uffizi Gallery, home to some of the world’s most famous paintings from the renaissance masters. See their collection of works from DaVinci to Botticelli, Titian to El Greco and many more. The gallery is a definite place to visit for those who have a particular interest in art, or even just the Italian Renaissance period in Italy.

After walking around the city you’ll be able to have a fantastic lunch in a restaurant located in the great Santa Croce Square, in the heart of Florence. Experience fine dining and Italian cuisine in an authentic Florentine restaurant and savour the delicious food as you admire the stunning backdrop. Take a stroll through the beautiful city of Florence at your own pace, passing by some of the city’s most famous landmarks. Pass by sights such as the Palazzo Pitti, one of the most renowned renaissance palaces in the city. The palace is not far from the Ponte Vecchio, the famous stone bridge which once held small markets and is now famously still home to many shops. The Ponte Vecchio is one of Florence’s most famous landmarks and is well worth a visit while you’re in the city. Duration: Approximately 13 hours.

Start/opening time: Departure from Rome approximately 7:30am. Please ensure you arrive at the meeting point at least 30 minutes prior to the tour start time.

End/closing time: Departure from Florence approximately 6pm.

Others: Customers meet the guide at the meeting point in Rome. From there you take the ‘Italo’ train from Tiburtina Station.