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Florence Fashion Historical + Uffizi Gallery Tour

Museum Ferragamo, The Costume Gallery, The Medici Treasury, The Boboli Gardens, Ancient Giacosa Coffee Shop and The Uffizi Gallery.

New Florence Fashion Historical + Uffizi Gallery Tour

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Tour presentation: this tour includes a visit to the Ferragamo Museum, the Costume Gallery in Pitti Palace, the Medici Treasury, the Boboli Gardens and the Ancient Giacosa Coffee Shop.

Museum Ferragamo
The museum documents the entire span of Salvatore Ferragamo’s career, from his return to Italy in 1927 to 1960 the year he died. It highlights his technical and artistic skills which, through his color choices, the creativity of the designs and use of innovative materials made a fundamental contribution to the growth and establishment of Made in Italy.
The Collection is also enriched by the footwear production subsequent the death of Salvatore Ferragamo, down to the present day.

The Costume Gallery
The collection comprises six thousand items including costumes dating from the 16th to the 20th centuries, theatre costumes and accessories.
It is the only museum of the history of fashion in Italy and one of the most important in the world. A selection is exhibited in rotation every two years.

The Medici Treasury
The Museum houses the important Medici’s Treasure: the semi precious stone vases of Lorenzo the Magnificent, the cameos of Cosimo I, the rock crystal objects of Francesco I, the ambers of Maria Maddalena d’Austria, the wonderful ivory vases of Mattia de Medici and the famous jewels collection belonged to Anna Maria Luisa, the last member of the Medici Family.The Museum is named after the silvers of the Salzburg Treasure, belonged to the Bishops of Salzburg and brought to Florence by Ferdinand III of Lorena in 1815. The Museum also houses an important collection of jewels made between the 17th and the 20th century by the most important Italian and European workshops.

Boboli Gardens
They were originally designed for the Medici and are one of the earliest examples of the Italian Garden which later inspired those of many European courts. The gardens extend over a vast area forming an open-air museum with antique and Renaissance statues, grottoes and large fountains. Exploring its numerous and varied walks one is able to evoke the spirit of life at court and to enjoy the experience of a garden which continues to renew its natural cycle in keeping with the tradition of its past.

Ancient Giacosa Coffee Shop
Since 1815, a meeting place for a refined and chosen clientele like Prince Ruspoli and other nobles like della Gherardesca, Torricelli, and Corsi, the Caffè Giacosa became the center of Florentine society, a refined and prestigious "show window" for aristocrats and the elite.
After a painstaking restoration faithful to the original structures, Roberto Cavalli, a born Florentine bound to tradition, reopened Florence's historic "drawing room", giving back to the city one of its famous cafès.

Uffizi Gallery
The most important museum of the city and one of the most famous in the world. The Uffizi Gallery houses some masterpieces by important italians artists such as Botticelli, Michelangelo, Piero della Francesca, Paolo Uccello and Leonardo.

Programme: meeting with the guide: Uffizi Gallery.
Visit of the museum.
We will proceed to the Museum Ferragamo and then to Palazzo Pitti for the visit of the Costume Gallery, of the Medici Treasury and of the Boboli Gardens. The visit ends in the Boboli Gardens.
This tour also includes an aperitif at the historical Giacosa Coffee Shop, nowadays the headquarters of the Roberto Cavalli’s Company.
Depending on the season this tour could start from Palazzo Pitti and end at Museum Ferragamo.

  • Starting Time of Florence Fashion Historical + Uffizi Gallery Private TourStarting Time from 8.15 am to 3.00 pm
  • Duration of Florence Fashion Historical + Uffizi Gallery Private TourDuration: about 6 hours
  • Availability of Florence Fashion Historical + Uffizi Gallery Private TourAvailability: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Language of Florence Fashion Historical + Uffizi Gallery Private TourLanguage: Any language of your choice
  • Price of Florence Fashion Historical + Uffizi Gallery Private TourPrice: from Euro 54,80 (calculated for 25 partecipants)

The price includes:

  • Guide service for Florence Fashion Historical + Uffizi Gallery Private Tour6 hour guide service
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  • Aperitif for Florence Fashion Historical + Uffizi Gallery Private TourAperitif at the Ancient Giacosa Coffee Shop
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For large groups (over 25 people) please contact us.

A note on our guides:
Our tours are led by professional guides who are licensed by the city of Florence. They are either native speakers or speak the requested language very well.

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In case of cancellation, please contact us.

If a cancellation is made at least 4 days before the day of the tour, the cancellation penalty is equal to 30% of the gross total.
For cancellations that are made from 3 days prior the day of the tour, the penalty charge will be equal to 100% of the gross total (price paid is NOT REFUNDABLE).