Florence's Uffizi Will Offer Personalised Tours to Visitors

Tourists walk next to the famous Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Ita–© scaliger

The Uffizi Gallery in Florence is planning more personalised museum routes for visitors, similar to services offered by the Louvre in Paris.The details have not been set yet, but visitors will have soon more choices regarding the way they visit the gallery," said Schmidt, adding that the museum would be putting its staircases back to use.
The Uffizi Director said the new system would be up and running in 2018 or 2019, but some measures may be introduced earlier.

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