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The Medici family, a dynasty at the power

All our professional guides are English speakers
and help you to know Florence through the expert eyes of a Florentine.
 
Private Guided Tour "tax included (22%)":
110 euro 1 - 2 guests
140 euro 3 - 5 guests
180 euro 6 - 10 guests

A minor is free for each paying adult guest; otherwise each minor costs 20 euro.


Headphones for groups with more than 10 participants 1,20 euro each guest

If you would like to book a private tour, please send an email with the details of your request to the following address: francesca@conoscifirenze.it


Duration:
about 2 hours
Meeting Point: At your hotel if located in central Florence or a different meeting point previously established
SPECIAL CANCELLATION POLICY FOR PRIVATE GUIDED TOURS
In case of cancellation, please contact us.

If a reservation  is canceled at least 4 days before the day of the tour, the penalty is equal to 30% of the gross total. For bookings canceled 3 days or less before the day of the tour, the penalty charge will be equal to 100% of the gross total (price paid is NOT REFUNDABLE).​



The Medici family
a dynasty at the power 
please contact us.

Walk together through the most important places that portray the story of a family who governed in Florence for over three centuries! Our tour starts from the convent of S. Marco renovated by Cosimo the Elder in 1434 after his exile; then the walk proceeds until the Cathedral of S. Maria del Fiore where the Pazzi conspiracy took place, to arrive to Piazza della Repubblica where Cosimo I established the Jewish ghetto in 1570s. Palazzo Vecchio represents the symbol of the power of Cosimo I: the duke lived here from 1540 imposing his power over the old Florentine Republic. Cosimo commissioned the Vasarian Corridor to Giorgio Vasari to join Palazzo Vecchio to Palazzo Pitti, the last mansion of the Medici family. Here Anna Maria Luisa died: she settled her inheritance on the people of Florence through the “Family Pact” of 1737.​



 

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