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Visit Palazzo Pittiin Florence, Italy

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Explore the rooms of the Palazzo Pitti, the largest building in Florence, look at masterpieces by Rubens and Raphael and have a rest in the gardens of Boboli.
How to visit Palazzo Pitti in Florence
Palazzo Pitti is the largest building in Florence that collects a lot of art masterpieces.

Here you’ll see the giants of art — van Dyck, Botticelli, Rubens, Raphael and also you’ll admire masterpieces of modern art.

Galleria Palatina
Photo: Galleria Palatina, © Dimitris Kamaras

How to do?

1. Make a day to visit the superb palace, it is really huge.
2. Go to Piazza Pitti Square, 1.
3. Start your museum tour with the Palatine Gallery, then continue looking at masterpieces in other museum halls — Gallery of Modern Art and Gallery of costume.
4. To end up go to the gardens of Boboli and relax.

Jardines de Boboli
Photo: Jardines de Boboli, © Toni Almodóvar Escuder

How much?

The ticket to visitthe Palatine Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art costs 8.5 €
Entrance tickets to the gardens including a visit to the Silver Museum and the Costume Gallery — € 7. All-inclusive ticket is €11,50.

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