A Day with Michelangelo

A full-day private tour focusing on the masterpieces of one of the greatest artists of all times

 

 

Florence, Casa Buonarroti

 

Florence, Santa Croce

 Florence, Michelangelo's Bacchus

 Florence, Bargello Museums

 

Florence, Medici's Chapels

 

Florence, San Lorenzo

 

 

 

 

 

 

Itinerary 

Florence is home of many important works by Michelangelo. This walking tour will make you discover some of the most beautiful  sculptures, paintings, drawings and architectures made by this master of the Renaissance.  The itinerary will include:

 

  • Accademia Gallery , where you will see the marble statue of David made by Michelangelo between 1501 and 1504. Other incredibile masterpieces are his unfinished works, like the Slaves . Reservation will be made in advance in order to avoid the long line 

  • San Lorenzo:  the square with the picturesque market, and the church designed by Brunelleschi, with interior works by Michelangelo.

  • The Medici Chapels, part of the complex of San Lorenzo church. Here you will see the sculptures that Michelangelo made to adorn the tombs of the Medici family: Day , Night , Sun And Dawn.

  • Museo Opera del Duomo : in the museum you will see the Pieta and Michelangelo’s self portrait made in Rome in 1550

  • Lunch break

  • Bargello Museum with three other Michelangelo’s masterpieces: Bacco, Tondo Pitti and Brutus 

  • Casa Buonarroti (Michelangelo's home) where are conserved beautiful drawings, youth works and different portraits of the artist. Here you will also see the model of the San Lorenzo church

  • Santa croce, the square and the church where Michelangelo is buried together with many other important artists

 

 

Booking 

 

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Please note:

  • The Accademia is closed on Monday
  • The Tondo Doni painting is conserved in the Uffizi Gallery: we suggest to take also the Uffizi Gallery half-day tour, in order to have a complete view of all major works by Michelangelo and also to appreciate the other treasures hosted in this beautiful museum