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By the time we made it to the Pitti Palance, we had seen Accademic and the Uffizi Gallery earlier in the day. The palace is beautiful with great furnishings and art. The palace and the gardens require a lot of walking. For two souls who...More
We purchased a 3-day ticket with our reservation to the Uffizi. This entitled us to visit several other sites including the Palazzo Pitti & the Boboli Gardens. We found the history of the Palazzo even more interesting than the art collect.
This gallery is host to many paintings by Raphael, Titian, Tintoretto, Rubens, Caravaggio and many other masters. The ornate and lavish frames in which they reside overshadow some of the paintings. It is also home to the Royal and Imperial apartments and many sculptures, inlaid...More
Surprisingly this place doesn't get that much attention and it should because this place is very beautiful. We crossed the Ponte Vecchio and walked about 5 minutes to reach Pitti, to see the magnificent palace. Its worth a visit, recommend people to make some time...More
With all of the grand museums in Florence it is easy to overlook the Palatine Gallery. When it is high season and the lines for the Uffizi stretch around the block, consider getting a ticket for Palazzo Pitti instead. The crowds are smaller. The Palatine...More
Buy tickets online in advance and save yourself the pain of waiting in the sun to get in.
The palace was once home to the Medici family and houses wall to wall, floor to ceiling art in each room. Spend 2 hours there though many...More
This was an unbelievable palace filled with art work, sculptures, frescoes and furniture. Almost too much to see. Not crowded like the Uffizi.
Take the elevator to the top and work your way down. Much easier than climbing the stairs.
The line for tickets moved...More
This is one those galleries where you need a few days to see its entirety. It used to be the Medici’s family palace, it is immense and home for four museums. You can also visit the garden, also grandiose and merit a few hours to...More