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Florence Reservations

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Hey all,

I'll be in Florence for June 15 - June 18 (really just 15-17 as leaving on the 18)

Here is my thought itinerary:

June 15: Arrive in Florence at 12:15 PM (check in to hotel)
- See Boboli Gardens
- Walk around town and just take in sites

June 16
- Go to the Accademia in the morning
- Go to Uffizi museums afterwards

June 17
- Do a car tour of Tuscany region, seeing San Gimignano and Siena.
- Dinner in Florence

I have several questions. I know I should reserve Uffizi and Accademia. What is the best booking website and the relative prices to book? Also, should I reserve the entry to the Boboli gardens? Finally, are there any particular sites I should go see besides the ones already mentioned? I'm staying right by the Duomo.

Thank you!

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