Without a doubt, Florence is the historic and artistic treasure of Italy. The historical center of the city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, contains over 70 museums. The biggest one is the Uffizi, famous for its Renaissance-era paintings (by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Leonardo, and many more) and its long queues. Originally, the Uffizi was a political building, designed by Giorgio Vasari for the powerful Medici family. The Medicis also commissioned the famous architect to build a kilometer-long enclosed passageway to connect Palazzo Vecchio with the Pitti Palace. Nowadays, the Vasari Corridor houses a collection of self-portraits but is closed to the public. This tour offers a skip-the-line early entrance tour that includes both the Uffizi Gallery and an exclusive look at the Corridor.
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