A must see. Well worth the price of admission. Room after room of sheer beauty. Not very crowded you can enjoy without being rushed
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Highly recommend visiting the Pitti Palace for its beautiful rooms and art. A very nice visit, my husband and I spent a couple of very pleasant hours. The rooms themselves are magnificent, ceilings were amazing. The Boboli gardens were too hot for August, even in...More
We went here in the afternoon and strolled around. This place breaks with the Renaissance "theme" of the rest of Florence, so it is a nice change if you are tired (if you can ever be) of Frescoes, churches, and sculptures. During the summer Florence's...More
Wonderful museum. We saw online that a ticket for the museum and Bardini gardens was reasonable but arriving (Aug 2017) they had separated them and the price was much higher. The personnel's explanation was simply "It's political". I guess that's just part of the charm...More
The Piti Palace is the pure accumulation of the artistic masterpieces from different epochs and it will show you the story of Medici family - from the merchants to kings and becoming the most powerful people in Italy. It will take you around 10-20 minutes...More
The Garden was one of the worst of its kind and poorly maintained. In summer walking in it and upside a hill is a torture itself... The gallery on the other hand is even greater than Uffizi. Couple of great pieces by Raphael and other...More
An incredible treasure trove of art work encompassing a huge former Medici palace...room after room, royal apartments and furnishings, gem encrusted tables, sculpture and carvings. One wonders where all the gold came from! No long lines or waits; really works well. The only irritating part...More
Palazzo Pitti is a beautiful renaissance building. It is huge, and it is no surprise it was originally the property of a banker, and then the Medici Family, and others followed. It is now a vast museum with numerous exhibitions. Worth a visit.
Beautiful Palazzo art to see and visit the gardens. Fashion exhibit that changes every few years, Salvador Dali's hat that is an upside down shoe and so many more interesting cloths. Look into the Sala Bianca, stunning.
I must admit I was expecting more from this bridge. From one side to the other its full of jewellery shops. but they all close come 6 o'clock. The shutter for the shops are worth looking at but not much else. The Vasari link runs...More