I saw both the elliott erwitt and Henry Bresson photography exhibitions that were on in may and loved them. Absolutely worth the 15 euro entry fee if you love photography.
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It is an ordinary old palace which is currently being used as a museum. The square is spacious though the museum in nothing special.
Piazza Ducale originally was the residence of the Doges of the maritime republic. Part of it served as the center of government. It is a massive, imposing structure opening onto Piazza Matteotti and adjacent to Piazza dei Ferrari. The attraction today of Palazzo Ducale is...More
This Palace, located near the harbour, was a really disapointing visit, since it´s really abandoned, only same areas available to the public (and those, urgently needed to be repaired..) and the gardens need urgently the due care. It´s a shame due to the History that...More
Hello José! We are pretty sure you are talking about another Palace, the Villa del Principe - which effectively was Andrea Doria's Palace. We are another one, so we'll be happy to host you next time! We have to ask you to modify your review...More
I had the opportunity to see an exposition on the life of Andy Warhol at the Palazzo Ducale which made the visit of the palazzo even nicer! Not too sure what there is to visit when there is no expo , but yet, a nice...More
Well it's not a surprise. As most of the palace in Italy it's a piece of art. You could think it's one more with paintings and beautiful architecture.. but.. well it's Italy.. if you're bored with beautiful places why are you here.
however the main rooms are used for congress, meetings etc, so in a nutshell you cannot visit anything. stick to the facade and the courtyards