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Uffizi vs Accademia

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Uffizi vs Accademia

If to visit only one of them, what would be your choice ?

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1. Re: Uffizi vs Accademia

Apples and oranges, Ekspertas, and we'd opt for the whole fruit basket.

We realize that this doesn't much help at all, but it is our firm belief. If you'd rather a shorter cultural experience, than visiting David at the Accademia might be the ticket for you.

Maybe that helps a wee bit better? We hope so.

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2. Re: Uffizi vs Accademia

you can look at their websites.

I love the Uffizi, but if you have so little time in Florence that you are actually facing this decision, I'd probably go with seeing David at the Academia.

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The Uffizi is an investment in time, energy and research...sounds like you don't have time for that.

David is much easier.

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4. Re: Uffizi vs Accademia

Reading the TA reviews may help you decide.



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5. Re: Uffizi vs Accademia

I enjoyed the Accademia more. Despite all the great artwork at the Uffizi, there is nothing like the "wow" moment of seeing David.

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6. Re: Uffizi vs Accademia

I agree if you really only have time for one - definitely see the David at the Accademia. That being said, that really is the main thing to see at the Accademia, so possibly go there to see the David, and then spend more leisurely time at the Uffizi.

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