Highlights of Florence Accessible Private Tour
This 6 hour, step-free Florence accessible private tour through the old city centre highlights art and architecture such as The Duomo, Uffizi Gallery, and Michelangelo’s David.
Your Florence accessible tour will begin at Uffizi Gallery, with over 60 rooms housing more than 1600 paintings where your knowledgeable guide will expertly navigate the gallery’s many rooms as you touch on the most important pieces.
You will then break for lunch at an accessible Italian restaurant before visiting the religious city centre and Florence’s breathtaking cathedral— the Basilica di Santa Maria del Flore, also known as the “Duomo.” The spectacular dome of the cathedral was designed in the 15th century by Filippo Brunelleschi, and the colorful, intricate marble mosaic floors inside are truly remarkable.
From here you will follow the street down to the Palazzo Medici and the Accademia Gallery. Here you will see not only many famous paintings and sculptures, but also a gallery of musical instruments including a violin designed and played by the great Stradivarius. Finally, you will end the tour with perhaps the most celebrated, well-known sculpture in Florence, Michelangelo’s David!
If you enjoy art and history, you will love this accessible private tour of Florence!
The Highlights of Florence Accessible Private Tour features:
- Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (no steps or curbs)
- 6 hour walking/rolling tour
- Lively commentary by an officially-certified, English-speaking tour guide
- Memorable sightseeing and great photo opportunities in Florence!
If you would prefer a 3 hour tour that includes Ponte Vecchio, Piazza della Repubblica, Loggia dei Lanzi and more, we recommend the Essential Florence Accessible Private Tour.
- Florence’s old city centre
- Basilica di Santa Maria del Flore (“The Duomo”)
- Michelangelo’s David
- Uffizi Gallery
- Thousands of famous works of art
- Accademia Gallery
- Palazzo Medici
The Highlights of Florence Accessible Private Tour has a 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating (our highest rating) because it follows a step-free route.
This accessible private tour of Florence uses flat routes that are easy to navigate. Your tour guide knows the accessible routes that avoid steps and uses accessible entrances to the attractions.
On your tour, you will encounter paving stones like the ones shown in the photos below. The paving stones are generally very flat with little rounding to them, so fortunately they do not normally present a problem.
The floors of the “Duomo” Cathedral (shown in the photo below on the left) and Uffizi Gallery (shown in the photo on the right) are flat and smooth. The Accademia Gallery also provides step-free access to view Michelangelo’s David.
View of Ponte Vecchio from Uffizi Gallery (shown in the photo below on the left). Elevator in Uffizi Gallery used to get to the upper floors where the artwork is located (shown in the photo below on the right).
Tour duration: 6 hours
Cost: €570 for 1 or 2 people, €620 for 3 or 4 people, €670 for 5 or 6 people, €720 for 7 or 8 people.
* €50 off if booked as part of an accessible cruise & excursions package.
* €20 off if booked as part of an accessible Florence travel package. (Note: if your package includes more than 3 tours total, discounts will be applied to maximum 3 of the tours).
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week (the museums are closed on Mondays)
Meet-up time: 9 am
Meet-up place: Accessible hotel lobby in Florence
Dress code: None
Maximum number of people on tour: 9
Entrance tickets: Not included. Free for wheelchair users.
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Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks/meals, gratuities, and transportation costs.
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