20 Febbraio 2017 · 3300 Views

National Museum of Bargello

All our professional guides are English speakers
​and help you to know Florence through the expert eyes of a Florentine.
 
Private Guided Tour "tax included (22%)":​
110 euro 1 - 2 guests
140 euro 3 - 5 guests
180 euro 6 - 10 guests

A minor is free for each paying adult guest; otherwise each minor costs 20 euro.


Headphones for groups with more than 10 participants 1,20 euro each guest

If you would like to book a private tour, please send an email with the details of your request to the following address: francesca@conoscifirenze.it


Duration:
about 2 hours
The tickets for Bargello Museum are not included in the guided tour price.
Meeting Point: At your hotel if located in central Florence or a different meeting point previously established
SPECIAL CANCELLATION POLICY FOR PRIVATE GUIDED TOURS
In case of cancellation, please contact us.

If a reservation  is canceled at least 4 days before the day of the tour, the penalty is equal to 30% of the gross total. For bookings canceled 3 days or less before the day of the tour, the penalty charge will be equal to 100% of the gross total (price paid is NOT REFUNDABLE).​



Bargello Museum

The palace was a prison in Middle Ages; only in the 19th century it became the first National Museum  Florence has ever had.  It preserves the main sculptures of the most famous Renaissance artists: Donatello, Verrocchio, Michelangelo, Della Robbia, Cellini, Giambologna, Ammannati and many others. The museum actually shows a big collection of works of art from the Charlemagne period to the Baroque one.
 

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The Medici family, a dynasty at the power


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The Florentine guilds


When did guilds increase their power? Who was enrolled and why? Dante Alighieri for example belonged to the guild of “Doctors and Pharmacists”

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Accademia Gallery in Florence


It is the home of Michelangelo's sculpture David. It also has other sculptures by Michelangelo and a collection of Renaissance paintings.

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Institute of the Innocents


The "Istituto degli Innocenti" (Institute of the Innocents) in Florence has been working for nearly six centuries on behalf of the family and the child.

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