10.30am :

Meet your private guide and begin an exclusive tour through the Vasarian corridor, an unknown though interesting attraction. High above the streets of Florence and its famous bridge, the Ponte Vecchio sits the Vasari Corridor. It was built in 1564 by Cosimo I, Grand Duke of Tuscany, to serve as a private walkway between his old dwelling in the Palazzo Vecchio, his offices in the Uffizi and his new home on the opposite side of the river, the Palazzo Pitti. Over the centuries the passageway has survived floods and nearby bombings to become a restricted area under the care of the Galleria degli Uffizi. The Corridor is only accessible by advance reservation and entrance to the space is extremely limited. Most people can only gaze up at the passageway from the streets below or the bridges that cross the Arno, but now you can reserve a guided tour through this exclusive aerial walkway. Not only will you experience Florence in a way that only the Medici could, but you can also view the Uffizi artists self-portraits (the largest in the world) with works by Guido Reni, the Carracci, Delacroix, Rubens and Marc Chagall, among others.

01.00pm :

End of the exclusive tour along the Uffizi Gallery and the Vasarian Corridor. For those who wish, a lunch can be organized in one typical restaurant of Florence, where you will taste the best examples of Italian food and wine specialties such as bruschettas, pasta dishes, fresh vegetables and many other excellent, typical specialties.