Visit the Uffizi, with the Skip the Line ticket while a Dog Sitter will take care of your dog
Visiting the famous Uffizi Gallery in Florence is like embarking on a journey through the history of Italian Renaissance. Featuring works by the likes of Raffaello, Michelangelo, Last, Rembrandt e Titian, you will find luminaries of art in every corner, especially in the eight new rooms dedicated to Caravaggio.
As you explore the Uffizi, you will begin to notice changes such as the transition from the masculine Madonna di Giotto to the more delicate version of Filippo Lippi. However, Lippi's presence is not only perceived on the walls; in fact he taught a Botticelli, whose works Birth of Venus e Spring are among the most important.
Other must-see works include: the unfinished Adoration of the Magi di Leonardo da Vinci, the vigorous Gifts Round di Michelangelo (Florentines seem to love circular paintings) and the intimate portrait of two members of the Medici family, namely Pope Leo X and his cousin, the future Pope Clement VII.
Being a gallery full of Renaissance masterpieces, tickets for the Uffizi sell very quickly: they will also grant you priority access.