Private Tours of Florence

for the curious traveler

In historically rich cities such as Florence and complex museums like the Uffizi Gallery, guided tours are highly recommended.
Whether it’s your first time in the city and you just want to efficiently see the sights, or have visited numerous times before and looking for more in-depth information, a tour with a great guide can make a world of difference!
So why a private tour?
Because it goes outside of schemes and of the standardized information you would usually see or hear on a group tour. A private tour allows the guide to cater the tour to you and make it more personal.

 for first time visitors and not only

through the backdoor

through the backdoor

Exploring Florence


florence & david

The city, Accademia & Michelangelo

Uffizi Gallery Collection

uffizi gallery collection

The Uffizi & the Masters

for those who seek a deeper insight

Following Michelangelo


The Young Michelangelo

Casa Buonarroti & Bargello

Into Maturity

Into Maturity

Accademia & the Medici Chapels

Curches of florence

san marco silence

Usury and Bonfires

San Marco, San Lorenzo & Palazzo Medici Riccardi

Usury and Bonfires

Patrons and Saints

Santa Maria Novella, Santa Trinità & Santo Spirito

Power in the Palace

Palazzo Vecchio

The Palace of Many Names

Palazzo Vecchio & Piazza della Signoria

pitti detail

Splendor of Palazzo Pitti

The Palatine Gallery & Silver Museum

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  • Santa Maria Novella, the 15th century and the 16th century meet and integrate
  • Parmigiano at fattoria Rossi
  • Graffiti/art
  • More cool graffiti
  • Graffiti in florence

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Elizabeth, was the best tour guide ever! Her insight and knowledge of Florence brought everything to life for me. We strolled our way through the cobbled-stone streets of the city and she was so fun to be with and listen to. Our last stop was visiting the David by Michlelangelo which was truly a highlight. We didn’t have to wait in line and Elisabetta brought me back in time to the Renaissance and explained all the interesting details of the sculpture that I wouldn’t have noticed without her. I was sorry I didn’t have another day to spend with Elisabetta but I will highly recommend her to all my family and friends.
Linda Ford, head cook at The Children’s Shelter, Gilroy, CA