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DISCOVERING FLORENCE THROUGH CHILDREN'S EYES

guided tour DISCOVERING FLORENCE THROUGH CHILDREN'S EYES

This tour is something special and amusing for everybody, but especially for families with kids. Thanks to "child-friendly" stories and anecdotes the Florentine Guides will let you discover the art treasures of the ancient centre and the history of a town loved all over the world. 

 

At the beginning of the guided tour kids will be given a learning kit, and starting from the Republic square, the heart of the roman Florentia, we will visit together the religious centre - with the Duomo, Giotto's bell tower and the Baptistery dedicated to Saint John the Baptist -  and the wonderful Signoria square, the political centre. After a walking tour over the Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), the itinerary will end by the Loggia del Porcellino ( Hall of the Piglet), where the children can rub the boar's snout  for good luck. 

You can contact us for further information: the tour is recommended for kids and can be personalized according to their age and to specific demands or needs. 

The tour will last about two hours, entrance fees are not included.

  Guides in Florence

CONTACTS

  info@guidesinflorence.it

    Mobile Phone: +39 347 7378374 

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