Come and visit the fabulous Pitti Palace, the last royal residence of the Medici family in Florence. The museum inside, takes place through the daily life of the Grand Dukes of the Medici family, from Cosimo the 1 st to the last descendants (early 700s), Ferdinando, Gian Gastone and finally Anna Maria Luisa, also known as the "Electress Palatine" to whom it is dedicated the main gallery inside. The palace was also the residence of the successors of the Medici, the Asburgo Lorena family and of the first King of Italy with attached Royal apartments. In addition to the civic and political function of the rooms, the museum also houses a private collection of paintings, ancient statues, Florentine furniture and mosaics of great beauty and historical importance. Not to mention the frescoes that decorate the ceilings and walls. The Palace's main attractions are the Palatine Gallery, the Royal Apartments, the Gallery of Modern Art, the Treasure of the Grand Dukes and the Museum of Fashion and Costume. The entrance ticket is valid for the whole day and you can visit the gallery without time limits.Lee mas
This experience is not recommended for people with limited mobility.
Maybe you will follow the security check line, during the busiest days.
You can explore freely the gallery, without time limits.
Visiting the Pitti Palace, you'll discover the last residence of the Medici family in Florence, once inside you can also admire the Palatine Gallery.
The museum also contains a private collection of paintings, ancient statues, Florentine furniture and mosaics of inestimable historical value.
Through the priority entrance ticket, you will enter from the priority entrance and you'll not have to wait in the long queues outside the palace.