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Couldn't shake this strange American girl from ruining all of the sculptures
Don't take a 1.5 hr tour. It's like rushing through the Renaissance on krack. Buy a ticket and meander through for a day or 12. CityWonders guide gave interesting back stories. But not worth the $$.
Only one word;Wowww❤️
Take your time lots of great art! Must see.
Gorgeous. Be sure to read a lot about it before visiting, or go with a guide - you can easily get lost if you're alone.
Must see in Florence
get the Firenze card or reserve a time in advance since the line can be ridic -- the uffizi caps the number of visitors at a time
Filled with art you likely saw and studied back home, but never thought you'd see in person. David's Michaelangelo was one of the most impressive works of art I've seen to this day!
it's ok but also little bit boring..
One of my favorite places on earth!
Take your time. It's worth going slow.
Door 3. To pick up reserved ticket
The most beautiful gallery in Florence, if you love art you have to Côme here
"Secret" tip: if you arrive on Saturday afternoon, you can purchase a ticket directly at the gallery- no line at all!- and visit until late in the evening. Plus you don't pay the online booking fee! K
Huge! Notwithstanding the incredible long cue to enter the museum, it worth the time. There's a really comprehensive collection of paintings so you can see the europeization of catholic icons
do you love Italian art gems? ok, go inside and have a blast.
Students get in for free.
Few old and important paintings with great statues from Michelangelo , Botticelli and more
A must see in Florence for Renaissance art lovers. Free entry on the first Sunday of the month but get there early as the lines are extra long!
Excellent collection of renaissance art in Florence. Avoid huge crowds with selfie sticks in front of famous paintings, thereis plenty to see in less busy areas as well!
Come as early as possible, proceed immediately to the top-most floor. You'll likely have it quite to yourself for the first hour. There's no going back later when the place gets packed.
Unless you are an art buff, it may be overwhelming
Huge. Expect to spend lots of time here.
Book ticket online. Otherwise the queue can take an hour and a half. You can also buy resold tickets for €22. Audioguide for €6 is worth every cent.
Book your tickets online, as it is usually overcrowded. Hands down it is on my top 3 list of all galleries in the world. If you are visiting this place dueing summer time prepare yourself for the heat
Do book a ticket in advance! It will spare you a few hours of waiting in the burning sun.
You can pay extra €4 to book an entrance time in advance. Worth it to skip the lines in peak season.
Long queues, a great art collection. A must if you like museums.
Important museum, a must see.
Too many cues and waits, not only to get in, also inside for the one Botticelli in the room... It's just too full of tourists and it's difficult to enjoy the masterpieces that are there...
Too many people!
They're undergoing a number of renovations to add better lighting and AC for the summer months. Can be very busy in the afternoons, but definitely worth spending a few hours here.
Reserve a ticket in advance, but they don't really check the time on your ticket, so feel free to go early. Not a huge museum, but LOTS to see in it.
Book your Tickets at best online, 2-3 days before visit, otherwise you will waiting for hours in a queue.....
Come early. Yes really erarly and have your tickets prebooked online otherwise you will queue up for hours.
Check the queue when it's lunch time - it could be pretty short. Full adult ticket is 12,50€
We had reserved via phone and paid 4euro more for each person. But I don't think we have waited less than the regular line. And most of the arts are about Christianity.
Probably the Italian museum par excellence. Caravaggio, Bernini, Botticelli, Dürer, Rubens: what could one ask for more? Perhaps there's too much to see all at once.
Best collection of renaissance art in the world (Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, Botticelli, etc). Buy your tickets in advance and download Rick Steves FREE audio tour in advance for prime experience
Free admission of Sunday's !
Best time to visit: a rainy day in March when there is now queue
Botticelli's best are here. You'll recognize them.
It's great! Everybody must visit it
Amazing museum. You should not miss it.
By May 2015, arrive at the opening time (8:15 am) and avoid a line of hundreds. You'll see Botticelli's masterpieces in peace.
Skip the line And go directly for A tour with a guide ! That's a good way to discover the main art pieces of the museum ! If you don't stay long in Firenze this a must see ! :)
Probably the most complete collection of reneisance and baroque painters and sculptors in the world.
Enter for free every first Sunday of the month
this a huge museum, you should have a reservation and at least 3h!
Small museum that gets way too crowded. But the artwork is beautiful!