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Quirinale Palace (Palazzo del Quirinale)

Piazza del Quirinale | ingresso per i visitatori: da Porta Quirinale, Via del Quirinale, all'altezza di Via della Consulta,, 00187 Rome, Italy
+39 06 46991
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This palace was built by Gregory XIII in 1574 as a summer residence, which serves today as the residence of Italy's president.
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Piazza del Quirinale | ingresso per i visitatori: da Porta Quirinale, Via del Quirinale, all'altezza di Via della Consulta,, 00187 Rome, Italy
+39 06 46991
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We got a little confused and tried to enter the Police Station instead of the Museum which lead to strange looks in today's climate. Beautiful & large building which is the formal residence of the Republics President and well worth a look and the view...More

Thank Skeney57
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I booked my tour on-line for only 1.5 euros. At the entrance, I was asked for ID and confused security by producing an Ontario drivers' license, but they let me in. The tour guide spoke only Italian, but I was given a descriptive leaflet in...More

1  Thank June P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Quirinale Palace is the seat of the Italian Head of State. it is on top of the highest of the 7 hills. We did not have time to tour the Palace, but were able to walk the outside and see the uniformed guards.

Thank lollygal
Reviewed 2 November 2017

A wonderful view of the city from the Quirinale Palace. The building is set on the highest of the seven hills of Rome. You can also visit the museum where you can see amazing artworks, furniture and tapestries. The Museum covers from the Renaissance to...More

Thank Linda S
Reviewed 19 October 2017

The Palace of Quirinale stands on top of the highest the hills on which Rome was originally built. Once a papal and royal residence, it is now the official seat of the Italian Head of State. Tickets, that have to be booked in advance online,...More

Thank Traveller_28006
Reviewed 14 October 2017

We visited Quirinale Palace on reading recommendations and did not quite know what to expect. We booked in advance paying no more than £10.00 each (can't remember but it was very cheap). We were warmly welcomed when we arrived for our timed slot. We knew...More

Thank DoreenArnold
Reviewed 1 October 2017

We passed by this huge building a couple of times, before realising what it was. Unfortunately we were unable to enter. It is in a top spot, literally, and there are always guards outside. Great views over the city, if you get to the right...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 27 September 2017 via mobile

This was our second visit. We messed up our tickets the first time (no refunds) and had to re-purchase the same day. The only tour available was the palace without the gardens. I really wanted to see the gardens so we returned this trip with...More

1  Thank likecomfy
Reviewed 12 September 2017

The Quirinale is the Italian presidential palace, set on the same name hill, the highest of seven hills of Rome. It requires some efforts to reach it uphill, but once there you're rewarded with two things. First, it's a nice and big square with the...More

Thank B1714D
Reviewed 11 September 2017

The Piazza in front has welcome seating areas around the edges to take in the magnificence of the Palazzo and the obelisk. Because of its elevated position there are also good views giving photo opportunities across the city to St Peter's. The President was in...More

Thank DaveC774
A non-stop photo and souvenir opportunity, Trevi is
all about action. From early morning through the wee
hours, the piazza surrounding Trevi Fountain hosts a
never-ending flow of tourists hoping to make a wish or
take a selfie. Clever restaurants, charming
gelaterias, uncanny bars, kitsch shops, and a range of
hotels make up the local landscape. Beneath the bustle
are the remains of an ancient neighbourhood that you
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2 August 2017|
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Response from DomMass | Reviewed this property |
I really don't know. If you want you Can write anche email to the Quirinale, they should answer it. if you need it I can traslate it into Italian.
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12 July 2016|
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Response from Rimy S | Reviewed this property |
hello! as far as i know the palace is open only on Sundays and you are not allowed to tour on your own. in fact there is a security check and a guard stays with the group tour the whole time because the palace is one of the... More