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Private TourS: Vasari Corridor – 3 Hours


Private Tour of Vasari Corridor Includes:  Our Vasari Corridor private tour includes licensed expert tour guide, entry fees for Uffizi (the way in) and Vasari Corridor

Tour Duration: 3 hours – combined tour of Uffizi and Vasari Corridor, with the Corridor being the main focus. Entrance of into the Corridor is through the Uffizi gallery.

Note -Advanced booking required:
Difficult to secure entry but well worth it. A formal booking submitted into our office is required with your available date(s) as immediate payment is needed when we make contact and given open dates.


Exclusive and Upscale Private Tour of Vasari Corridor and Uffizi Tour with Expert Guides
This private tour of Vasari Corridor, an elevated, enclosed passageway connecting some of Florence’s key palaces and other sights, is conducted by our expert licensed tour guide in Florence. The Corridor was originally built for the grand duke, Cosimo I, so he could walk privately and safely from palace to palace. Your private licensed guide will take you to along the corridor for incredible views of these sumptuous palaces, namely Palazzo Vecchio, Palazzo Pitti, and more.

There are several interesting stops along the corridor, to include the famous Uffizi Gallery, which you will have a short visit. At the conclusion of your Vasari Corridor private tour, you will exit at the Pitti Palace’s Boboli Gardens, one of the best examples of formal 16th century Italian gardens. The Boboli Gardens were designed for the wife of Cosimo I; today the 11-acre gardens have been reconceived as an outdoor museum of garden sculpture that includes Roman antiquities as well as 16th and 17th century works. You may linger on your own in the garden after your Vasari Corridor tour.

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