Pitti Palace Palatine Gallery and Royal Apartments

The Official Guide
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[Marco Chiarini]. The Palatine Gallery and Royal and Imperial Apartments occupy the entire first floor of Pitti Palace, which was the residence of the Medici dynasty, then of Habsburg-Lorraine one and lastly of the House of Savoy, hosting the King of Italy from to The fourteen magnificent rooms that open out along the south side of the Palazzo Pitti façade are today known as the Royal Apartments.

From the 17th century on, these majestic rooms were the residence of the Grand Ducal Medici family, then of the Lorenese and finally, of the Savoys, when Florence became the second capital of unified Italy and Vittoria Emanuele II chose to make the Pitti the.

The Palatine Gallery and Royal Apartments are located in the Pitti Palace, the former residence of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany (Medici and Lorraine) and of Italian royal family. Today the Palace is divided into four museums: the Treasury of the Grand Dukes on the ground floor, the Palatine Gallery and the Imperial and Royal Apartments on the first floor, the Gallery of Modern Art and the Museum of Costume and Fashion on the second floor.

The main floor of the Pitti Palace is entirely occupied by the Palatine Gallery and Royal Apartments. The Palace was the residence of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany, first the Medici and later the Lorraine, and then the King of Italy, Located in the left wing of the Palazzo Pitti, the Palatine Gallery was created by the Lorraine between the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.

The Palatine Gallery, the main gallery of Palazzo Pitti, contains a large ensemble of over principally Renaissance paintings, which were once part of the Medicis' and their successors' private art gallery, which overflows into the royal apartments, contains works by Raphael, Titian, Perugino (Lamentation over the Dead Christ), Correggio, Peter Paul Rubens, and Pietro da Cortona.

From the Palatine Gallery, if so much beauty has not affected you with Stendhal syndrome yet, the visit continues through the Royal Apartments. The fourteen magnificent rooms which were the home of the Medici and Lorraine grand ducal families and, fromof the king of Italy during the brief period that Florence was capital of Italy.

(The Palatine Gallery – Room The Royal Apartments and The Gallery of Modern Art – Room ) Francisco told us that the construction of this largest architectural monument in Florence started sometime in at the behest of Lucca Pitti, a merchant and banker of renown and a friend of the Medici family (the de facto rulers).

The Royal Apartments in Palazzo Pitti. On the first floor of the south wing of Palazzo Pitti are the Royal Apartments, a sumptuous complex of imposing rooms fit to receive kings and apartments are richly decorated with frescoes by various famous artists and were furnished by the Medici, and later added to, and rearranged by the royal famiglie who succeded them; first the House of.

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The Palatine Galleryand the Royal Apartmentsoccupy the “noble” floor of the Palazzo Pitti (the entire first floor of the palace). Located on the left wing of the Palazzo, the Palatine Gallery includes wonderful works of art by Raphael, Titianand many Italian and foreign maestros of.

Admire the masterpieces preserved in the Palatine Gallery. Travel back in time by visiting the Royal Apartments. Visit the Pitti Palace Following the guide's explanations admire the private collections of the Medici family.

After the tour enjoy a visit in autonomy to the Royal Apartments and the Gallery. Private guided tour of Palatine Gallery & Brancacci Chapel When you think you have seen all the art jewels of Florence you can decide to cross over the Ponte Vecchio, and just a few yards away you’ll see one of the imposing residences of the Medici family: Pitti Palace.

This amazing museum has something for everyone: it’s the Medici family residence combined with gardens and a.

Museum. The Gallery is called “Palatina” because it is located in the “Palazzo” of the ruling family, the imposing Pitti Palace, royal residence of the Medici, of the Lorraine and lastly of the Savoy collection of paintings, arranged in rooms sumptuously decorated with baroque stuccoes and frescoes, is a rare and precious example of a private princely gallery.

Pitti Palace holds today several principal galleries and museums: the Palatine Gallery and the Royal Apartments, the Gallery of Modern Arts, the Costume Gallery, the Silver Museum, the Porcelain Museum and the Boboli garden (a real open-air museum). The pedestrian area begins from the Pitti.

A visit of the Palatine Gallery also includes the Royal Apartments (Appartamenti Reali), together occupying the entire first floor of the Pitti Palace.

This floor was the residence of the Medici Grand Dukes of Tuscany, of the Lorraine family, and from to of the King of Italy. The Pitti Palace hours for the Palatine Gallery, the Royal Apartments and the Gallery of Modern Art are from Tuesday to Sunday, am to pm (although the ticket office closes at pm).

The building is closed on Mondays, furthermore on New Year's Eve. Ticket to the Palatine Gallery included in the price and with the same ticket you can also visit the Pitti Palace Royal Apartments and the Galleria d’Arte Moderna (Gallery of Modern Art) on the top floor of the Pitti Palace and the Tesoro dei Granduchi (Treasure of the Grand-Dukes) on the ground floor.

The rooms that house the gallery can be entered from the staircase erected by Ammannati. At the time of the Medici, these rooms formed the apartments of the Grand Duke and his audience rooms.

They are partially frescoed by Pietro da Cortona () with an imposing decorative cycle that makes use of classical myth to allude to the Life and. Pitti Palace entrance fee is well worth it as the Palazzo is by far the largest museum complex in Florence. [readmore] The primary palace block covers o square meters and comprises multiple principal galleries.

In fact, Palazzo ticket booking covers fast-track access to the palace and its museums: The Palatine Gallery with Royal. The Pitti Palace complex with the Palatine Gallery, the Modern Art Gallery and the Boboli Gardens is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Florence.

From Piazza Pitti you can cross the district of San Niccolò, visit the Bardini Museum and reach the foot of the ramps leading to Piazzale Michelangelo. The Palace Gallery and Royal Apartments live up the billing.

Stunning. Worth going to see the Modern Art and Costume Gallery as well. Although bizarrely the Costume Gallery is on the Gardens ticket. Nice little cafe in the Palace courtyard. Drinks, coffee, sandwiches and cakesK TripAdvisor reviews. Pitti Palace guided tour: magnificence at the court of the Medici Guided tour of the Palatine Gallery: from the history of the palace to masterpieces by artists such as Botticelli and Caravaggio We will visit the Palatine Gallery, housed within the magnificent rooms of Palazzo Pitti.

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The royal apartments are OK if samey after a while, and the Palatine Gallery was quite nice, though you do get the impression that it has the Uffizi's cast-offs. The entrance to the gallery also starts with some hilariously bad tapestries on the wall in the first part, which people were actually laughing atK TripAdvisor reviews.

- The collection of the Palatine Gallery includes works collected by the Medici and continued by their successors in a lavish setting including frescoes and furniture.

The core of the collection is made up of eleven masterpieces by Raphael together with masterpieces by Caravaggio, Titian, Andrea del Sarto, Giorgione and Rubens.

The Boboli garden surrounding the palace is 62 pins. Allow two hours for a quick tour of the palace's highlights (the Palatine Gallery and apartments) and an hour to see the main part of the Boboli Gardens closest to the palace.

All the various Pitti Palace museums and the Boboli Gardens have the same opening hours. Marco Chiarini’s most popular book is Paintings in the Uffizi and Pitti Galleries.

Marco Chiarini has 21 books on Goodreads with ratings. Marco Chiarini’s most popular book is Paintings in the Uffizi and Pitti Galleries. Pitti Palace Palatine Gallery And Royal Apartments: The Official Guide by.

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Marco Chiarini, Heather Mackay Roberts. Pitti Palace – Private Tour At Galleria Palatina Including Tkts To Boboli Gardens starting from 89 € / person Book Now. Highlights. PITTI PALACE; PALATINA GALLERY; ROYAL APARTMENTS; BOBOLI GARDEN; Description Guided Tour to the Palatine Gallery and the Royal Apartments, the private art collection of the Medici family inside of their last.Pitti Palace it's a museum with paintings, frescos and furniture.

It has 11 Raphael masterpieces, rubens, Titian and Caravaggio. There are also the royal apartments were the kings of Italy lived.

We will continue the tour at the boboli gardens Italian style. Itinerary. Palatine Gallery Royal Apartements Boboli Gardens. Meeting Point + Tour Duration.Book your tickets online for Palazzo Pitti, Florence: See 5, reviews, articles, and 5, photos of Palazzo Pitti, ranked No on Tripadvisor among attractions in Florence.

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