Some of the most beautiful frescoes you'll ever see by Raphael, Petruzzi and Del Piombo. How anyone can give less than 5 stars for this museum is strange..
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Well worth a visit if you are nearby. The frescos aren't the finest I've ever seen but good enough to warrant a visit. They weren't done by Rafael himself but by his students. There is one fine drawing by Michelangelo also. This villa is a...More
This villa was built in the early 1500 for a wealthy banking family and its simple design has made it one of the earliest example of Renaissance architecture. The house is most famous for it frescoes painted by Raphael and his pupils. The majority of...More
Farnesina villa is extremely important as it represents the first example of renaissance villa in Rome, and many other took inspiration from that. Originally built for the rich Florentine banker Agostino Chigi, its historic relevance is great. I deeply appreciated the second floor with the...More
We visited the Villa on our last full day in Rome. In addition to Raphael's beautiful frescoes, we loved the 'hall of perspectives' by Peruzzi. What made the Villa even more special was that it tied together other sights and works of masters we had...More
Beautiful villa in Trastevere region. Art work by Raphael. A quiet excursion away from crowds. Beautiful garden. So happy we visited.
Came by the Villa Farnesina, and so glad we did...Beautiful grounds, gorgeous frescoes and interiors, and a most interesting story of the man who created his masterpiece.
Great building with fabulous frescoes and very interesting displays about the importation of fruits from abroad, and their meaning in art ( much more interesting than it sounds). Building very hot, no cafe but several down the road.
This is an old villa built for a banker in the early 16th century before it became the home of a cardinal. It's decorated with some amazing frescoes, painted by Rafael among others. It's a peaceful place away from the main Rome attractions and seems...More