Palatine Gallery Tour
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Palatine Gallery (first floor of the Pitti Palace).
Palatine Gallery Tour. An itinerary that recreates the cultural climate at court during the reign of the Medici. The Palatine Gallery a private collection of paintings owned by the grand dukes, is displayed in the official staterooms on the first floor of the Pitti Palace. The extraordinary decoration of the Planetary Rooms, designed by the great Baroque painter Pietro da Cortona, creates an overwhelming effect of frescoes and stucco. It forms the background of the superb exhibition of paintings from the Medici collections, including masterpieces by Raphael, Titian, Rubens and Van Dyck.
Palatine Gallery Group Guided Tour
Starting Time: 4.00 pm.
Frequency: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Duration: about 2 hours
Meeting Point: 15 minutes before the tour starting time in front of the ticket office of Palatine Gallery.
Price: From Nov. 1st to Feb. 28th– 33,00 euro per person
From March 1st to Oct. 31st – 39,00 euro per person.
Children under 6: Free.
The price includes: guide service, headphones for groups over 7 people, museum entrance ticket and pre-booking fee (skip the line).
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