The Private Accessible 6 hour Florence Walking Tour will take you through the old city of Florence and allow you to see the beautiful art and architecture that makes this city a “must see” among the world’s top destinations. This accessible walking tour is perfect for disabled travelers who enjoy a day filled with history and art!
Your Florence accessible walking tour will begin with a visit to the Uffizi Gallery. Your professional tour guide will navigate with ease the large collection contained within the many rooms to be sure you see the most important pieces. Your tour guide is expertly trained to avoid obstacles such as stairs, to make sure your visit to this gallery is completely step-free.
Your next stop will be Florence’s old city center where you can take in the surrounding history and beauty and break for lunch at an authentic accessible Italian restaurant. Here in the city center, you will also visit the remarkable and one of Italy’s largest cathedrals, Basilica di Santa Maria del Flore (“The Duomo”). This church remains as one of Florence’s main churches and the beauty contained within the architecture/design is something that simply cannot be missed.
This accessible walking tour of Florence continues to the Accademia Gallery which contains sculptures and masterpieces from a variety of great Italian artists and citizens. A unique and amazing collection, this gallery contains a section dedicated to all the musical instruments of ancient Florence, including a violin that Stradivarius designed and played himself. Of course, your visit to this gallery would not be complete without seeing Michelangelo’s David.
On this Florence accessible walking tour, you will enjoy a fun-filled, remarkable day full of history, fantastic photo opportunities and most importantly, accessibility.
- Uffizi Gallery
- Basilica di Santa Maria del Flore (“The Duomo”)
- Michelangelo’s David
- Florence’s old city center
- Accademia Gallery