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Wow, if you like the Uffizi then this is a must see.
The collection is vast and a bit like the Uffizi every inch of wall space in every room is covered by artwork - don’t forget to look at the ceiling, some amazing pieces...More
I might say it rivals Vatican museums, and it would be almost true. You can se Medici treasuries and it is beyond anything I have seen before. Royal apartments are also great to see. Giardini di Boboli are bigger than we thught. Unfortunately we havent...More
The Palazzo Pitti Pitti Palace The Palazzo is the largest museum in Florence in the Palace there is a variety of places to visit Modern Art, Silver Museum Museum
of Carriages It Stands on the Boboli Hill and Boboli Gardens is a Park in Florence...More
We visited the Pitti Palace previously in 2012. We were hurried on that occasion so wanted to return for a more leisurely visit. The second visit was definitely worth it. We were able to enjoy some excellent paintings by masters of various historical periods that...More
THIS palace home to the Medics and to later Florentine rules until1919 houses 5 museums.The Galleria Palatina has works by TITIAN, RAPHAEL, RUEBENS, SATRO, and GENTLESCHI,. The Royal Apartments show the opulence of tteh Medici Grand Dukes. The Modern Gallery has a good selection of...More
My first exhibit was the costume/ fashion show which I highly recommend for anyone interested in how fashion reflects culture of the time with gorgeous examples from 20th century designers. Information about each collection is included in Italian and English. The apartments and artwork from...More
This Palazzo was stunning. The beauty of the apartments was amazing. We almost missed one of the apartments as we were leaving on the right hand side of the building. The cafe was rather expensive, but we were too tired to walk any further for...More
Amazing, richness beyond imagination. Although they were the result of plundering of new worlds it is good to see them today available for the public. Otherwise so many art products would be lost in the vaults of trillionaires.
We've mostly liked the building and interior - in particular the royal apartment. Luckily they have a section with modern art as well, as I'm not into the classic art a lot. It's huge and we couldn't see everything.
Pitti is a neighborhood characterized by art and history. Renaissance architecture such as Pitti Palace, which houses five museums alone, introduces visitors to the green lungs of spectacular Boboli Gardens. Any visitor can wander through statues, fountains, and panoramic viewpoints. Around the garden, treasures like the Museum of Natural History of the Specola and Villa Bardini guide guests through
Florence as the cradle of the Renaissance. End the day with an aperitif in Piazza della Passera or the more romantic Forte di Belvedere, which offers an amazing panoramic view of the entire city.
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Both are wonderful places to visit! However, I think everyone in your party including the teens would enjoy Uffizi over Pitti. There is more variety in the art - different periods, paintings, sculpture, frescoes, etc... More
Both are wonderful places to visit! However, I think everyone in your party including the teens would enjoy Uffizi over Pitti. There is more variety in the art - different periods, paintings, sculpture, frescoes, etc. Also has the famous works: Birth of Venus and Primavera. There is more energy here and a café on the premises with good food and great views.