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  • Visit Florence's Uffizi Gallery, where masterpieces by Raphael, Michelangelo, and other legendary artists are kept.

  • Admire the collection of various artworks from the medieval ages as you stroll through different zones of the gallery.

  • Engage yourself in the world of Caravaggio as you explore different rooms showcasing his authentic and passionate artworks.

  • Get to know about the secrets behind Leonardo da Vinci's beautiful artworks like Adoration of the Magi and Annunciation.

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  • Arrive 15 minutes before the specified activity time at the meet-up place.
  • Every visitor must provide identification.
  • No refunds will be given to latecomers or no-shows.
  • Inside the Uffizi, no food, beverages, or flash photography are permitted.
  • Do not consume alcoholic beverages or drugs. If you are found intoxicated, you might be asked to leave the tour.
  • All visitors must pass through security inside the museum.
  • Please note that the time slots may be subject to slight variations, and we will allocate a time slot available within a 30-minute window before or after your initial selection.
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  • Admire the artworks that have shaped art history, including Botticelli's The Birth of Venus, a portrayal of beauty.

  • Enjoy a hassle-free experience with skip-the-line access, ensuring you avoid long queues at the Uffizi and Accademia Galleries.

  • Engage yourself in the world of Renaissance as you explore masterpieces by artists like Michelangelo, Botticelli and Caravaggio.

  • Visit the ongoing temporary exhibits like Land In Land Out and Self-portraits on paper by 16th- and 17th-century Masters.


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  • ID proof is mandatory for each guest at the time of booking and upon arrival.
  • Arrive 15 minutes before the specified activity time at the meet-up place.
  • No refunds will be given to latecomers or no-shows.
  • Inside the Uffizi, no food, beverages, or flash photography are permitted.
  • Do not consume alcoholic beverages or drugs. If you are found intoxicated, you might be asked to leave the tour.
  • All visitors must pass through security inside the museum.
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  • Learn about the city's history and fascinating stories about the renowned monuments from the local guide during the trip

  • Roam around the halls of galleries and appreciate the classic art and beautiful masterpieces made by the Renaissance masters

  • Get skip-the-line tickets city's greatest museums i.e. Accademia and Uffizi Galleries and get to know more about amazing works done by Botticelli and Michelangelo

  • Gain knowledge about the rivalries of dominant families like Medici, Pazzi, and Strozzi while observing the well-known monuments

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  • ID proof is mandatory for each guest upon arrival. A PAN card will not be considered valid address proof.
  • All foreign nationals must share their passport and visa details upon arrival.
  • Children aged 0-17 years will be charged as per child price. Adult Tickets are applicable for visitors aged 18-99 years.
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  • Learn about the city's history and fascinating stories about the renowned monuments from the local guide during the trip

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  • Get skip-the-line tickets city's greatest museums i.e. Accademia and Uffizi Galleries and get to know more about amazing works done by Botticelli and Michelangelo

  • Gain knowledge about the rivalries of dominant families like Medici, Pazzi, and Strozzi while observing the well-known monuments

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  • ID proof is mandatory for each guest upon arrival. A PAN card will not be considered valid address proof.
  • All foreign nationals must share their passport and visa details upon arrival.
  • Children aged 0-17 years will be charged as per child price. Adult Tickets are applicable for visitors aged 18-99 years.
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About Uffizi Gallery

For those with an eye for fine art and historical relics, a must-see destination to visit is the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. To do so, however, you will need to get Uffizi Gallery Tickets, which will allow you to bypass the lengthy security checks and lengthy lines that normally surround the museum's entrance. The Medici Family's former administrative headquarters (known as the "Uffizi") are now home to one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. Check out Botticelli and Leonardo da Vinci, two of the most famous artists of the Italian Renaissance, along with many other greats. Learn the ins and outs of uncommon instruments, rare crafts, and illustrious artists from those who know.

Some of the Works of Art You Should See

Birth of Venus, Sandro Botticelli
Birth of Venus, Sandro Botticelli

The Birth of Venus, a masterwork by the Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli, is on display in rooms 10–14. To create this work, which dates back to around 1485, Botticelli looked to classical statues and the Hellenistic era for inspiration. His subject is Venus, the goddess of love and beauty. Venus rides in on a gigantic scallop shell to the island of Cyprus in this image. Venus' beautiful, golden hair and her flawlessly sculpted body are so stunning that they take your breath away. Roses waving in the wind are another sign that spring is on the way.

Coronation of the Virgin, Fra Angelico
Coronation of the Virgin, Fra Angelico

One of the most well-known altar pieces ever created, the Coronation of the Virgin is awe-inspiring and unforgettable. Once part of a triptych, this altarpiece in Florence's San Marco is joined by its sisters, The Marriage and The Funeral of the Virgin. In his depiction of the Virgin's coronation by Christ with the saints looking on, Fra Angelico made use of the gilded technique. The painting's spirituality shines through in its gorgeous golden light, making it a pleasure to look at.

Medusa, Caravaggio
Medusa, Caravaggio

Famous works by the Renaissance innovator Caravaggio can be seen in room 90 of the Uffizi Gallery. The Medusa is a popular picture at the Uffizi Gallery because of its powerful symbolic meaning. Artwork depicting Medusa's head atop a ceremonial wooden shield. It was a gift to Grand Duke Medici, commissioned in 1597 and painted by an Italian artist. The mythological figure known as "Medusa" is depicted in the picture; she has the power to transform men into statues and poisonous snakes for hair. To show how scared Medusa was after Perseus severed her head, Caravaggio used his own face in the painting. His picture is regarded as one of the most important pieces in the Uffizi's collection due to its stunning realism.

Laocoön and his Sons, Baccio Bandinelli
Laocoön and his Sons, Baccio Bandinelli

Laocoon and His Sons by the sixteenth-century artist Baccio Bandinelli is an outstanding must-see at the Uffizi Gallery. The original Hellenistic sculpture is on exhibit in the Vatican Museum, and this life-size reproduction in uffizi gallery Florence is an exact copy. The sculpture's design was inspired by Virgil's Aeneid, an epic poem.

Madonna with the Long Neck, Parmigianino
Madonna with the Long Neck, Parmigianino

Francesco Mazzola, known as Parmigianino after the city of his birth, Parma, was a gifted artist whose work was recognised early in life. At the period when Correggio was working on the massive cycles of paintings for the churches of Parma, he studied under the master himself. Parmigianino finished his early schooling in Parma and then moved on to Rome, where he absorbed the techniques he had learned from Michelangelo and Raphael. As the primary character of Emilian Mannerism, he rose to prominence thanks to the exquisite, intelligent, anti-classical style he developed, which was inspired by his cerebral, eccentric disposition.

Portrait of Pope Leo X with Two Cardinals, Raphael
Portrait of Pope Leo X with Two Cardinals, Raphael

Considered one of Titian's finest works, this oil on canvas portrait was completed in 1552. The open letter held by the statue was praised for its accuracy to the subject and included the artist's identity as well as that of the Catholic archbishop who commissioned the work.

Annunciation, Leonardo da Vinci & Andrea del Verrocchio
Annunciation, Leonardo da Vinci & Andrea del Verrocchio

Room #35 welcomes guests with Leonardo da Vinci's masterwork, Annunciation. Vinci's master, Andrea del Verrochio, worked with his student on this painting from 1475 until 1480. Due to the fact that it is one of Leonardo's earlier works, it is not technically as flawless as his later works. Still, his description of the Archangel Gabriel's visit to the Virgin Mary to announce the birth of Jesus is powerful. As a symbol of Mary's purity, it also has Madonna's lilies.

Venus of Urbino, Titian
Venus of Urbino, Titian

Titian's version of the Sleeping Venus, painted in 1538 and inspired by Giorgione's work, depicts the goddess Venus laying naked in a provocative stance and staring openly at the observer. Titian expertly turned the goddess of love and fertility into a sexualized object of lust. At the time, however, the picture was viewed as sexual and a stain on Titian's otherwise stellar reputation. Located in room number 83, spectators can take in for themselves the painting's extensive use of allegory and the luminous skin and gentle features of Venus. Titian's art as a whole has an enticing influence that hasn't lessened much over the centuries.

History of the Uffizi Gallery

History of the Uffizi Gallery

Cosimo I de Medici, Tuscany's first Grand Duke commissioned the Uffizi Gallery in 1560 to house the city's legislative and executive branches. Uffizi is Italian for "offices," and the U-shaped building was meant to evoke a city street. The long hall finally opens up to a screen overlooking the River Arno and the Ponte Vecchio. Giorgio Vasari, the building's architect, also envisioned a special passageway that would link the Uffizi Gallery with the Pitti Palace across the Ponte Vecchio.


Since its construction in 1581, the top floor has been utilized as the family's gallery, displaying paintings, sculptures, and other pieces of art. The artwork collection grew over time, necessitating the partitioning of the upper floor into separate rooms for safekeeping. The Family Pact was made by the last Medici heiress, Anna Maria Luisa de Medici, in 1743.


It left all of the Medici's possessions to the state of Tuscany and ensured that none of the artworks would ever leave Florence. Although some pieces have been relocated to other Florence museums since the Uffizi museum began in 1769, the majority of the city's art is housed there. The New Uffizi Project oversaw the expansion of the museum by adding new galleries and showcasing additional collections.

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  • Address: Uffizi gallery is located in Piazzale degli Uffizi 6, 50122, Florence, Italy


  • Opening Hours: The Uffizi Gallery stays open from 8:15 AM until 6:50 PM, Tuesday through Sunday. Thus, your Uffizi Gallery Tickets need to be booked at least one day in advance if you want to come on a Saturday or a holiday.

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