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By booking in advance the entrance ticket to the Uffizi Museum, you will be able to visit the museum without waiting in line. Reserved entrace door. This reservation includes the skip the line ticket and the audioguide. The audio guide is available at teh audioguide desk once the visitor is inside the museum.
Booking Procedure: select the date and the time you want to visit the Uffizi Gallery using the reservation form and add to cart. Complete the order and pay your tickets.
You will receive an email with your VOUCHER. All instructions to pick audioguide up will be written on the email voucher.

Uffizi Gallery Florence
Address: Piazzale degli Uffizi - Firenze

Opening hours: from Tuesday to Sunday, from 8,15 am to 6,50 pm. Last entrance time 4:45 pm.
Closing: Mondays, 1st January, 1st May and Christmas day.
Entrance to the Uffizi Gallery is allowed every 15 minutes.

Adult ticket: 20,00 euro - 34,00 euro high season rate (includes reservation to skip-the-line and on-line fees 4,00 euro).
Reduced ticket: 10,00 euro (includes reservation to skip-the-line and on-line fees 4,00 euro).
Under 18 Ticket: 8,00 euro - (includes reservation to skip-the-line and on-line fees 4,00 euro).

* Mandatory temporary exhibitions ticket extra charge could be added to the above ticket prices if a temporary exhibition is planned on the date you choose to visit the museum.
Who can book a reduced or free ticket? Please read all  info at the booton of this page "How to choose the correct ticket".

The audioguide at the Uffizi Gallery - Useful info
The audioguide is available at the audioguide desk, located inside the museum. The visitor can visit the museum accompanied by the recordered comment of an expert guide. The audioguide itinerary can be personalizez according to the visitor's preferences whi will be able to select the room and the art work he/she is interested in. 

Audioguide price: 6,00 + 1,00 euro reservation fee.
Audioguide duration: about 3 hours

Available languages: English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Russian and Polish.
English Audioguide combined with skip-the-line tickets are booked with this reservation. If you want to book audioguides in different languages, please write it on the field named "Language/your address in Florence" of the reservation form. You can also book tickets combined with audioguides of different languages in one reservation.

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Reservarvations are limited to 25 people maximum. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. The first Sunday of each Monday, entrance is free but reservation is not available, therefore visitors have to stay in line to enter the museum.

 confirmed entrance time may not be always the same time you have requested; museum automatically confirms the closest available time on the same date if requested time is sold out. In case you want to point out some time restrictions (for example, no later than..., or not before than...) please write them in the form blank space. If no restrictions are pointed out, this means you are open to accept any different entrance time in the day you have requested, two hours before or later than the original requested time.

For example: you have requested 11.00 am. No time restrictions are pointed out. This menas you will acceopt any entrance time between 9.00 am to 1.00 pm.

Italy Travels cannot be held responsible for partial closing museum rooms, itinerary variations inside the museum, cancellations or entrance delays due to unaspectable events, strikes or decisions taken by the museum direction or by the Ministero dei Beni Culturali or by the Sovraintendenza delle Belle Arti.

Venere di Botticelli - uffizi, Firenze

In 1560 the architect Giorgio Vasari started building for Grand Duke Cosimo I the imposing palace called Uffizi: the 16th century word meant offices, as the palace had to be the seat of the offices of thirteen guild and magistrates. The top floor, completed in 1580, was destined  to the collection of artworks of the Medici family.

The Uffizi Gallery still houses many masterpieces of famous painters, displayed in chronological order. From Cimabue, the greatest master of the romanesque style, the itinerary through the museum shows the revolution carried on by  Giotto at the beginning of the 14th century up to  the precious late gothic art of Gentile da Fabriano of the early Quattrocento.  Paintings by Masaccio, Paolo Uccello, Piero della Francesca and Filippo Lippi witness the new ideas of the Renaissance, while the golden age of Lorenzo the Magnificent is the background of the masterpieces by Sandro Botticelli, the Birth of Venus and the Allegory of Spring. The exhibit continues with famous paintings of the 16th century,  by Leonardo, Raffaello, Tiziano and Michelangelo: of the great genius the museum owns the only documented picture, the Doni tondo. A large section, dedicated  to Seicento artists, displays  the Bacchus and the Medusa by Caravaggio and artworks by many of his followers, among them the famous Artemisia  Gentileschi. The most recent period represented in the collection  is Neoclassical art of the 18th century, the prelude to modern art.

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