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One of the best experiences from our trip to Florence: amazing hillside view overlooking the whole of Florence, serene elegant gardens, well-conserved rooms and salons dating from the Medicis to the creation of modern Italy, and all in a building that is small enough to...More
It's a quiet and pretty place with only a few tourists and really special guided tours. The rooms give a quiet good impression about the daily life of the great Medici Clan and the italian king. A must-see if you are more than a weekend...More
The villa is very easy to find and its free as being a part of unesco. As it was mentioned earlier there is a tour every 60 minutes. Its not guided e.g. there is a security person walking you through the villa but thats about...More
Wow! This place is amazing! All the rooms are full of antique furniture and historic items. The rooms are so exquisitely decorated you really understand how rich the owners were those hundreds of years ago. There's a free guided tour at half past the hour...More
This is one of the most enchanting Medicean villa to visit. Free entrance, you've only to be sharp (every 30' min. from 10 am to 4 pm, approximately) and leave a tip for people who bring you inside, without explanation: but don't worry. Special, in...More
First, there are very few tourists that attend this attraction. Second, plan ahead. Third, do take a phone in the event you can't walk from the road where the bus leaves you and you need to take a taxi ($19 Euro, nearly to the airport)....More
From 8.30 per hour a free guided tour starts with a volunteer who accompanies you in the various rooms and, if you are lucky, he/she will explain you something about the place, so you can enjoy the visit a lot.
The garden is very nice...More
Definitely worth a visit -April to September only you get a free hourly (on the half hour) tour guide Unfortunately ours did not speak English so was only helpful in admitting us to the various rooms on display but all of it was an architectural...More