At the Uffizi Gallery it is also possible to rent an audio guide at a cost of 7 euros combined with a skip-the-line entrance ticket. By renting the audio guide, the visitor can visit the museum following the commentary of an expert guide.
The advantage of booking is that with the reservation you will be sure to have the audio guide without having to wait for them to become available again. the reservation costs only 1 euro.
Visiting the Uffizi with the audio guide is certainly a way to enjoy the museum at 360 degrees, the audio guide route can in fact be customized by the visitor according to his preferences, selecting both the room number and the work in you want to hear the comment.
The duration of the audio guide is approximately 3 hours and the languages available are Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Russian and Polish. The audio guides are collected, once inside the museum, at the appropriate desk located next to the cloakroom on the ground floor, where the visitor will be asked to leave their identity document.
In case of loss or failure to return the device, the visitor must pay the full cost.
Unless otherwise indicated, an audio guide will be booked in the same language in which the order was generated. If you wish to book an audio guide in a different language, you can indicate the desired language in the "Language / your contact in Florence" field of the booking form. It is also possible to make a multiple booking of tickets combined with a different number of audio guides and different languages.
Renting an audio guide is a way to discover the secrets of the most important masterpieces kept in the various rooms of the Uffizi Gallery in total freedom and at your own pace.
The audio-guide is therefore a valid support to be able to better orientate within the gallery, being able to comfortably listen to the comment of an art expert, work by work.
|Official Expert guide|
|Museum Map in Pdf|
|Official guide and headphones|
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The Uffizi Gallery houses the largest collection of paintings from Romanesque period to the 18th century. Nowadays the Uffizi still accommodates famous masterpieces exhibited in chronological order