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Michelangelo Tour in Florence

Tour guide in Florence

Tour in Florence, Michelangelo Buonarroti, guided tour with an licensed tour guide.

from 18o Euro

Price for private tour in Florence

Follow us in a Michelangelo tour, discovering more about the man who was born to sculpt as no one did before! If we were to understand the heart of Florence in the 1500s in just one word, this word would be ‘Michelangelo’.
In this tour, we will follow the beginning – and evolution – of the artist who did change forever the concept of sculpture, by attracting the artists of his time to make them acknowledge his school.
Michelangelo's places in Florence: Casa Buonarroti , Bargello Museum , Basilica of Santa Croce, Medici Chapels, Museum of the Opera del Duomo, Accademia.
The price of the Michelangelo guided tour in Florence starts from 180 Euros, depending on the OPTION chosen * .

This price is not per person but it is referred to  couples, families or groups of friends up to 7 people.

For larger groups please contact us for a price quotation.

The price does not include the cost of the ticket.



For the Michelangelo Tour in Florence we selected 4 combinations *:


Casa Buonarroti + Medici Chapels

Casa Buonarroti + Accademia


Accademia + Medici Chapels

Casa Buonarroti + Accademia + Medici Chapels.

Casa Buonarroti : the building was a property owned by the sculptor Michelangelo.


To visit the Accademia Gallery, it is highly recommended to book the tickets in advance. We can help you with the tickets when book your Tour with us.


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We will get in touch with his life and deep connection with Florence, his family and the Medici’s one: from his paternal love for Lorenzo the Magnificent, to his aversion for Cosimo I and his following estrangement from the city.

We will see the most important masterpieces he has left to us: the magnificent statue of David at the Accademia Gallery, the perfect union between sculpture and architecture at the San Lorenzo new sacristy, his first steps as a sculptor at the Museo Nazionale del Bargello and the place of his burial, the great Basilica di Santa Croce.

Santa Croce holds many other masterpieces, such as the frescos made by Giotto, the crucifix made by Cimabue – which tragically witnessed the flood in 1966 – and the crucifix realised by Donatello, which began the provocation among him, Michelangelo and Filippo Brunelleschi (another Florentine genius in the Renaissance era, whose art was a source of inspiration and admiration for Michelangelo, too).

The guided tour may vary from 2 hours to 4 hours and, according to the visitors, it will be possible to include a quick visit to Casa Buonarroti, an artistic site where Michelangelo had lived before moving to Rome, which became a museum thanks to his grandnephew Michelangelo the Younger. Casa Buonarroti holds two masterpieces of Michelangelo’s first phase (“Madonna of the Stairs” and “Battle of the Centaurs”) and makes us understand the lasting heritage Michelangelo left to the following artists – we are not talking about decades, but centuries!


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