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This was our third trip to Florence, so we had no plans todos guided tour. Then a friend told us we must book Giovanna. We are so glad we did. She explained aspects of the synagogue and streets we had seen before, but never understood....More
Four of us (2 adults,19 year old and 13 year old boys) took a 6 hour tour of Jewish Florence, the Uffizi gallery and the Accademia with Federica.
Federica gave us the history of Florence, including the points of Jewish history whilst walking us through...More
Our guide, Samuela, was extremely knowledgeable and shared her insights of the area, galleries and history with us. She pointed out many areas we most likely would have missed if left on our own. Only the synagog had a dress code. Samuela made a reservation...More
Our guide - Samuela - was quite knowledgeable and personable. The 3 hours we spent with her were lovely. She had detailed knowledge of the city and of Jewish life and Jewish history . She was able to point out many things we would not...More
Our lovely guide Samuela took us around the breathtakingly beautiful synagogue and to areas of jewish interest in Florence. We spent most of the time in the synagogue and then went to where the ghetto used to be and stopped at acouple of points of...More
My wife and I Took this tour along with some other couples. We met by the Ponte Vecchio and Walked through the city eventually reaching the synagogue. Giovanna grew up in Florence and gave a very comprehensive tour of popular sites, e.g., Uffizzi Palace, and...More
Our guide, Samuela was knowledgeable and charming. She spent quite a bit of time with us going from the synagogue to what used to be the old ghetto. She pointed out things one would never know without a guide. When we could walk no longer,...More
Family of 4- including a 13 and 16 year old. Giovanna knew a lot, and was great trying to engage our two teenagers. It was a bit hard as it was our first day in Italy after traveling overnight. For us 2 hours would have...More
Stop and stare at the beauty and symmetry of the Basilica of Santa Croce any time day or night. Unraveling around it are a number of architectural and artistic masterpieces, from the Synagogue to the Central National Library. As a hub for young people, the area gets busy with people who want to have fun: a continuous flow of tourists and locals become animated by songs and dances.