- Swap your digital voucher for an entrance ticket and get into this gallery through the faster People with Reservations entrance (saving you an hour or more!)
- See an incredible collection of Renaissance highlights, including Lippi’s Madonna and Child with Angels, and Botticelli’s Birth of Venus and Primavera
- See Raphael’s stunningly realistic Portrait of Pope Leo X, in which the well-fed Medici man sits with two cousins - one of whom was to become Pope Clement VII
A trip to Florence's renowned Uffizi Gallery is a journey through the history of the Italian Renaissance. With art by Raphael, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Dürer, Rembrandt, and Titian - you're going to find artistic genius around every corner. Show your digital voucher at Entrance Gate 3, and then enter the Uffizi through the fast-track entrance for People with Reservations.
With the emergence of a rich and powerful merchant class in 14th century Florence, art became a sign of influence and prestige. A rebirth (a Renaissance, if you will) of interest in ancient philosophy and artistic techniques led artists of the time to push the boundaries of what had been done before. With your Priority Entrance you will take a chronological trip through the Renaissance, beginning with the artists like Cimabue and Giotto (who led the charge), through Renaissance exemplars like da Vinci and Raphael, and moving towards Late Renaissance and Baroque with masterpieces by Michelangelo, Caravaggio and more.
As you go deeper into the Uffizi, you'll begin to notice a sea change in the art; from the rather masculine Madonna of Giotto to Filippo Lippi's more delicate version. Lippi's presence isn't just felt on the walls - he taught Botticelli – whose Birth of Venus and Primavera are among the highlights.
Other high points include Leonardo da Vinci’s incomplete but riveting Journey of the Magi; Michelangelo’s muscular Doni Tondo (the Florentines loved circular paintings); and Raphael’s incredibly intimate portrait of two Medici men: Pope Leo X and his cousin, the future Pope Clement VII.
Because it's a powerful storehouse of Renaissance masterpieces, tickets for the Uffizi go quickly. Fortunately, we've got tickets that can not only get you in - they get you in through the fast-track entrance. Get right into the Renaissance.
Piazzale degli Uffizi - entrance gate N. 3
- Change your digital ticket for a paper ticket at entrance Gate 3. Then make your way to Gate 1 at the Uffizi with your paper ticket to get straight in.(Look for the "People with Reservation" sign)
- We advise you to come 15 minutes prior to your booking time
- Kids under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
- Tue - Sun: 08:15 - 18:50 (last entrance at 16:45)
- The Uffizi is closed every Monday
- Entrance is free every first Sunday of the month
- Bus: Take line C2 (4 stops) from Orti Orticellari, then stop at Corso Cerchi, or
- By train: Take trains to central Santa Maria Novella station
I visited last year and was very impressed. Went again this month with my daughter.
She loved it also. Will go back
getting in took so much effort. having to go to multiple places that were not clearly marked was a pain. inside it was very crowded and i felt pushed around my the large groups.
It was a very nice experience
Only a small wait to get tickets from ticket office then we went straight into the gallery. Definitely worth pre booking tickets. Uffizi Gallery is amazing.
A very good visit
Everything beautiful as expected, however too long waiting (30min) for skip the Line!
Really quick and easy!
Exciting to see the artwork. Tickets cost more but jumping the lines made it worthwhile will only a small window of time.
It was good but I wish I would have been offered an audio tour at booking. The skip the line was worth it, it's insanely crowded at the door.