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As of October 2018 (yes... 2018) this place still does not accept credit card.
For the first time in years I actually went to an ATM to withdraw cash, then returned and bought a ticket.
Only to go up the stairs and find out that...More
It is possible to vist some rooms with documents and examples of the University activity, a couple of big and gorgeus baroque rooms, and the tower from which it is possible to enjoy a good view of of the city. The Leopoldine room was under...More
They charge you to see four areas of the university and all were disappointing. The chapel is under construction and you can only really see the ceiling. Rather than climb all the stairs to get a city view, go to the cathedral and take the...More
Went on a Sunday and entrance was free. Downstairs is a nice exhibition of Greek and Roman statues (copies or originals), especially about children with their pets. Very nice indeed. Went upstairs and was taken aback by the beauty of the aula...just wow. So beautiful!...More
I went to museum on Sunday and entry was free.. that was a pleasant surprise. Went to the big hall, completely empty.but can easily be compared to Paris Versailles palace. Such a huge room, nice painting all over the ceiling and lot of models. (I...More
Bought a ticket for one of the halls and the roof for the view, I was amazed at what was behind the door to the hall on the first floor, it was stunning well worth the visit alone, Then the views from the top are...More