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Palazzo Pitti

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Palazzo Pitti

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Piazza Dei Pitti 1, 50125, Florence Italy
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Tuscany in One Day Sightseeing Tour from Florence
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Tuscany in One Day Sightseeing Tour from Florence

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Well-suited for time-limited travelers, this Florence day trip lets you conquer Tuscany's must-see sights in a day. Snap photos in front of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Leaning Tower of Pisa (skip-the-line admission ticket available as an upgrade); taste wine in the Chianti region; and explore medieval San Gimignano. Plus, you'll travel between each place with ease and relax knowing the entire day is planned out in advance.
USD 73.72 per adult
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Craig E wrote a review Oct. 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom1,677 contributions166 helpful votes
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Large gallery and museum located next to the Boboli gardens. Worth a visit if you have time, but not a must see in my opinion. The complex is pretty big and is literally a walking art gallery.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Majda B wrote a review Oct. 2020
London, United Kingdom44 contributions23 helpful votes
It's a " MUST" to visit . this Palace is just a Chef d'Oeuvre and one of the spots that you DEFINITELY MUST SEE.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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FrederickWentworth wrote a review Oct. 2020
Rouen, France745 contributions172 helpful votes
Visited twice in Oct. 2020. We absolutely LOVED the "Lupi arrivo a Firenze" installation (and still rave about it) by Liu Ruowang outside the palace (a very forbidding building not to my taste at all). There were children climbing on the wolves thus giving a gorgeous patina to the oxidised cast-iron statues--lovely, lovely. GO! GO! GO! We disliked the pretentious, even hideous neo-classical decor created for Napoleon and the Hapsburgs in some of the rooms and the way the paintings are hanged (same as in Chantilly for ex.), stacked up in such a way they are often almost invisible, and certainly difficult to appreciate because of the reflection from the windows and lamps. I believe they should not try to show them all so we could see them more easily (some are far from exceptional). However the paintings are of course unforgettable. As with other museums I shall only mention what I would recommend to a friend: the 4 Poussin landscapes (yes, 4 of them!), the 2 Salvator Rosa harbour scenes (I never knew he had painted any), Tintoretto's "Deposition, the Raphael(s) of course (some moved from the Uffizi) particularly the self-portrait and the Madonnas, the Titian(s) particularly "Ippolito de Medici", "Portrait of a Man", "La Maddalena" (gorgeous brushwork of her hair), Rubens(s) particularly one of the very rare lanscapes all the more so as it is not apocalyptic but pastoral unlike those in Vienna, Veronese's "Portrait of a man". Of course do not overlook all the Tintoretto(s), Bronzino(s), etc.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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a m wrote a review Aug. 2020
London, United Kingdom217 contributions229 helpful votes
Gorgeous, opulent state rooms but It wouldn’t kill them to do a bit of cleaning. There’s just no excuse for everything being covered in dust and looking uncared for. If I worked there I’d offer to bring a feather duster in and do it myself but none of the staff look like they could give a damn.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Nicole G wrote a review Jul. 2020
Pordenone, Italy35 contributions13 helpful votes
We purchased the tickets to the palace and garden and were pleasantly surprised by all the historic beauty. My son, 9 years old was amazed and delighted and really enjoyed the palace. This was simply breathtaking. A must when in Florence.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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