A second possibility is to start with Piazza della Signoria, to see the copy of David in its original place, in front of Palazzo della Signoria. After which, your AGT guide will take you into the National Museum of the Bargello, once used as the Florentine prison. The Bargello contains a number of Michelangelo’s works (the Bacchus, the Pitti Tondo, the Brutus, the David/Apollo) as well as numerous copies and studies by his followers. The tour will terminate in the Basilica of Santa Croce, where the monumental tomb designed and frescoed by Giorgio Vasari marks Michelangelo’s last resting place.
Agt Firenze proposes solutions targeted at various types of tourist, that require specific care, both as regards planning the contents of the itineraries, such as, for instance, school excursions, as well as regards disabled visitors. If you require this kind of itinerary, we suggest you contact us directly so as to let us know exactly what kind of provisions you require, so that we can jointly plan your Florentine experience in the most advantageous manner.