Eleonora Nucciarelli - Tourist Guide in Florence and Tuscany

Tours In Florence

Just half an hour away from the heart of Florence, surrounded by woods and olive groves, the town of Fiesole boasts a rich archeological area, important monasteries and breathtaking views.

powerful Etruscan city in the IV th and III rd c. B.C., Fiesole was conquered by the Republic of Florence in the Middle Ages and from the XIV century on became the favourite resort location for wealthy and influential Florentine dynasties like the Medici, who built splendid villas with gardens on its green hills. Read more…

This is an introductory tour that will give you a lasting first impression of Florence’s history and architecture. You will get to know both the key sights and the great figures that made this a world-renowned city. A walk in the heart of the town is a great way to start your Florentine experience as you will receive many further suggestions on how best to plan your stay and obtain the most out of what the city has to offer.

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Explore the main halls of the museum that hosts one of the most famous art collections in the world. Discover the masterpieces of artists who changed the history of European painting, such as Giotto, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Rafael and Caravaggio.

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Animals, both real and imaginary, princesses and great inventors are to be found in every corner of Florence and its museums. Together, we can set out on an expedition to find stories that will pique your children’s curiosity and interest.

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Make the most of your Florence Experience with a full day tour of Florence and the Uffizi Gallery.

Our itinerary covers the main historical sights of the city centre and the masterpieces of the Uffizi Gallery. It ends with a short walk along the left bank of the Arno River, where we can enjoy some ice cream or a glass of wine in a cosy Florentine neighbourhood.

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A walk in the heart of town to evoke historic moments and famous figures in music history. The tour ends with a visit of Palazzo Pitti where the first melodrama was staged in the year 1600.

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The Medici family members were cultivated bankers, generous artistic patrons and cunning politicians. The flourishing of arts in Renaissance Florence is closely connected to this dynasty’s rise to power and the personality of Michelangelo, whose talent was encouraged by Lorenzo the Magnificent. Discover the sites and masterpieces that best illustrate this connection.

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