Palazzo Pitti e la Galleria Palatina

On the south bank of the River Arno, Pitti Palace is located, the largest building in the city that was once the private residence of all major families who ruled the city: the Medici, the Lorraine, the Savoy.Today Palazzo Pitti is a complex of museums well 6 museums !! The Gallery is the museum's most interesting among them: here are works by Raphael, Caravaggio, Titian, Tintoretto and many other artists; also we will visit the beautiful interiors of the palace with its beautiful frescoes and s … Read more
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On the south bank of the River Arno, Pitti Palace is located, the largest building in the city that was once the private residence of all major families who ruled the city: the Medici, the Lorraine, the Savoy.Today Palazzo Pitti is a complex of museums well 6 museums !! The Gallery is the museum's most interesting among them: here are works by Raphael, Caravaggio, Titian, Tintoretto and many other artists; also we will visit the beautiful interiors of the palace with its beautiful frescoes and stucco and the only items of furniture of everyday life all in strict Baroque style. Inside the palace you can also visit the Boboli Gardens: 4.5 hectares of beautiful garden!! But do not panic: there is no 'need to visit it all! With our guide you can admire the beautiful Fountain of Neptune, a walk in the incredible amphitheater and get up to monkey garden with fountains. As we said, the Pitti Palace hosts 5 other museums in addition to the Palatine Gallery; including the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of silver and especially the costume museum where you can admire and understand the evolution of fashion from the fourteenth century to the present day; not surprisingly Pitti Palace hosts the "Pitti": along with that of Milan, the main fashion week of Italian fashion for men, women and children.

 
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