from € 860CREA IL TUO VIAGGIO TROVA AGENZIA
A full-immersion in the Tuscan capital, among the Renaissance wonders and the master craftsmen who hand down a centuries-old art. The tours are designed with private guide and luxury car with driver, but we are always available to CUSTOMIZE EVERY DETAIL FOLLOWING CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS. After visiting the Italian wonders, should you be interested in continuing your trip to Israel we have a strong partnership with the tour operator GO ASIA (https://www.goasia.it/destinazioni/israele/).
FLORENCE, a coveted destination for tourists from all over the world, with its GALLERY OF OFFICES, the ACCADEMIA Gallery with Michelangelo’s DAVID, the BOBOLI GARDEN and the CRAFT EXCELLENCES, from hand carved statues to mosaic with semi-precious stones, marbled paper, jewelry and leather.
LOCATIONS INCLUDED IN THE TOUR:
ELEMENTS OF INTEREST INCLUDED IN THE TOUR:
1) Jewish Heritage;
2) Art cities;
3) Craftsmen’s Excellence.
Transfer by car with private driver from Florence airport to the hotel. Meeting with the guide at the hotel to start the visit of the cradle of the Italian Renaissance. We will start with one of the main monuments of the city, the Accademia Gallery (tickets included), which houses the famous David by Michelangelo. Then we will discover Jewish Florence and its Synagogue, a beautiful example of synagogue architecture of the Emancipation that stands out in its monumental forms to affirm the inclusion of the community in civil society and the achievement of equal rights. The Jewish Museum of Florence, inaugurated in 1981 on the initiative of the "Friends of the Jewish Museum", offers a historical overview of the Jewish community in Florence and their bond with the city. Return to hotel, night in Florence.
After breakfast at the hotel a professional guide will take us to discover the main monuments of Florence, such as the Duomo, the Baptistery and Giotto's Bell Tower, the Porcellino Market and the beautiful churches of Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella. Afterwards we will visit the Uffizi Gallery (tickets included), one of the most famous museums in Italy thanks to the famous works of art it hosts, such as Botticelli's Venus and Spring, Caravaggio's Medusa, Michelangelo's Doni Tondo and Leonardo's Annunciation. In the afternoon, we'll explore the city's artisan boutiques, such as our favorite goldsmith on Pontevecchio, or leather work at the renowned Florentine School of Leather, and the creation of luxurious custom-made shoes. Return to hotel, overnight in Florence.
After breakfast at the hotel, we will visit the wonderful Boboli Gardens, a triumph of the Renaissance and the Italian Garden. We will then re-immerse ourselves in the world of Florentine craftsmanship by taking part in an exciting demonstration in a marbled paper workshop and then visit a spectacular workshop where majestic statues are sculpted from Carrara marble. At the end of the tour, return to the hotel.
Check out from the hotel, a private car will take us comfortably to the train station in Florence for our departure.
Tariff per person, starting from:
|Departure||2 participants||4 participants||6 participants|
|From 1 January 2023 to 31 December 2023||€ 1,480||€ 1,000||€ 860|
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The tariff does not include
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