Gå forbi køen-billett til Accademia-galleriet and Michelangelos David i Firenze
La Galleria dell'Accademia ble grunnlagt i 1784 etter en resolusjon fra storhertug Leopold II. Det skulle romme en samling antikke og moderne malerier og skulpturer, slik at studentene på Accademia di Belle Arti i nærheten kunne gjennomføre studiene sine i lys av disse flotte mesterverkene. Accademia-galleriet ligger i deler av det tidligere klosteret San Niccolò i Cafaggio og hospicet San Matteo.
Besøket i Accademia-galleriet begynner med Sala dell'Anticolosso, der gipsoriginalen av «Sabinerinnerovet» (1582) av Giambologna er plassert. Her finner du også noen malerier, for eksempel «Pietà di Luco» av Andrea del Sarto og «Polittico dell'Annunziata» av Filippo Lippi. Herfra kommer du til Galleria dei Prigioni, en korridor som inneholder en rekke ufullstendige skulpturer av Michelangelo.
På slutten av galleriet finner du høydepunktet, Michelangelos «David».
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Thanks for charging me more so that I could have what was available through the museum. I basically took an email and went to a kiosk directly across the street and picked up a ticket that I could’ve purchased in advance through the museum on my own!
This is a quick way to skip the long lines and get into the museum. You need to take your voucher to the ticket office to receive your tickets, and then you go through the "quick access" line.
Saved a heap of time with these tickets. Statue of David is well worth the admission price, this ticket are worth the money
We did not have to make one line, but two lines. It was very confusing and we were not the only ones that purchased tickets through Viator and were all without the tickets. They sent me email saying the tickets were attached, but they were not. Not a good experience!
I don't think that I would recommend this. Skip the line ticket was okay but not sure that it was really worth the extra payment.
I kind of had a different idea of the Galleria. I found the avid to be one of the VERY few exhibits worth seeing (next to a handful of other Michelangelo sculptures). Skipping the line worked well and it's definitely worth skipping the line. The actual line of people not having reserved in advance was about 200 meters long!
Great idea to avoid lengthy queues. The allocated time system is good although we did see people in the line with allocated times 3hrs from the time slot yet they were allowed to enter regardless. David himself was breathtaking!!
There are about three lines outside the Accademia to get in and there isn't much direction on which line you should be in. I think the blue line is the correct line. You have stand in a long line across the street with your mobile ticket to get paper tickets, but pay attention to the time that is stamped on your tickets. I requested 09:30 entrance and didn't notice until I was in the second line to get in that the time they gave me was 16:30. I went back to the ticket office and he had me pull up my original pass and pointed out that I did not get the time I originally requested, so pay attention to the email they send you after you request your time slot!!! The ticket counter guy put a red line through our time and said I was good to go. Apparently that was some kind of signal to the guys letting people in because they let us in at around 10:15 when we finally made it through the second line. This doesn't really seem like much of a "skip-the-line' to me after, but it may have saved us a little time...who knows?
The tickets can be easily redeem at the ticket office on the other side of the road. Then just go to the "red line" and line up from there. I highly recommend you to buy in advance. Otherwise, you will have to stuck in line for hours of waiting. I've been seeing pictures and videos of David for years and finally have a chance to go to Florence and see it with my eyes. I was quite amused and this was totally worth it. Be aware of people putting some invaluable pictures on the road in front of the Accademia entrance and trying to ask you for money if you do accidentally walk over or (just) beside those pictures. I walk beside those pictures and that guy tried to ask me for the money. You can just walk like usual and ignore them. They will then walk back for other easy targets. While I was in line for the entrance, I did saw an employee (he was at least 60 years old) from Accademia walked over the pictures while walking out of the entrance and fell onto the stone road while trying to avoid those pictures (Lucky, he was ok). I also see kids walked over those pictures and they didn't asked for any money. If you are waiting in line, you will see them doing it over and over again to travelers. Be prepare and be aware!
Pretty amazing seeing David up close. As promised, unbelievable long lines and we skipped all that. We had to go one place to trade our victor pass in but then we’re sent to an entrance where we went right in.
By from the official site. Viator confirmed a 9:30 and final tickets came for 18:45. I had to fly in the afternoon so this turned out in the worst customer service experience ever. Instead of trying to assist when I informed them what the problem was they insisted that i should read the fine letters in the policy that was coming online during the initial booking.... i feel completely cheated... if you want to talk to machines there is no reason to do it from this site... do it from the official ticket site.
This skip-the-line ticket option is certainly the way to go! We arrived about 30 minutes prior to our museum entry time per the Viator voucher, exchanged our voucher for our tickets and were whisked right in to see Michelangelo's David and other gallery attractions.
Eritza was our tour guide and she was terrific. A local Florentine, she brought humor and reliability to her guiding. This tour is completely worth it for two reasons:1 its a wonderful overview tour so you can figure out where you want to explore on your own in Florence, and 2 skipping the line at the Academia to see the Statue of David was totally worth it, plus you learn things about the statue you would not know if you saw it on your own. I highly recommend this tour.
A must see if only for David. Skip the line did help at this time.
great to use skip the line. David was amazing. worth it.
You have to go to the Accademia Gallery if in Florence to see the David. The skip the line allowed you to get right in and not deal with the very long lines. Once inside it was a self guided tour which was perfect for us although they do have an audio tour you can purchase. Michelangelo's David is amazing!
We would definitely recommend skip-the-line! It was nice to be able to walk in instead of waiting in the long lines. Once inside, it was breathtaking! It was an incredible experience to see the statue of David. It was beyond belief.