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Tuscia: full-day tour from Rome
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Tuscia: full-day tour from Rome

Enjoy this full-day private tour to discover the historical and natural beauties of Tuscia.<br>A professional English-speaking chauffeur will drive you throughout this amazing region
$420.37 per adult
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Viathou P wrote a review Sep 2020
Tuscany, Italy142 contributions68 helpful votes
What an incredible Palazzo. When you walk up to the Palace, you would never guess how amazing the inside is. Frescoes in every room on walls and ceilings. The hexagon outside hides a round piazza in the inside. very unusual and wonderful to see. The amount of frescoes are nearly to many to take them all in. The room with the maps of all the continents of the world is impressive. If you have the chance to go and visit the gardens with the wonderful fountains and waterworks, you really should.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Studio Timografia wrote a review Feb 2020
Chicago, Illinois229 contributions93 helpful votes
I've wanted to visit this exquisite Palazzo for as long as I can remember however it was never convenient for me on past trips but this time I was determined. I left Bracciano as the sun was coming up and the insanely heavy fog caused me to pull over for a bit because I couldn't see 3 meters in front of me and with the curves of the roads, I figured better safe than dead. The parking at the Scuderie just adjacent to the Palazzo was open and parking was easy. I was the first to arrive right at opening and that gave me the opportunity to take the photos I had planned on. By far the most glorious staircase I have ever seen in my life. The gardens were open which was an added bonus. Some of the most beautiful frescoes too.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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MurRita wrote a review Dec 2019
Melbourne, Australia34 contributions9 helpful votes
This place was the ancient seat of the fabulously wealthy and powerful Farnese dynasty. Excellent information plaques in English throughout. A little off the beaten track, but very much worth the trip (a day trip out of Rome affords plenty of time, including travel), with lovely countryside to enjoy along the way
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Madalyn H wrote a review Oct 2019
Huddersfield, United Kingdom1,492 contributions401 helpful votes
Absolutely fantastic palace with great frescoes, including a map room. Wonderful gardens - with a fantastic garden extension at the top of the garden, which could easily be missed.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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vughtenaar wrote a review Sep 2019
Rehovot136 contributions42 helpful votes
This very large villa/palace is an amazing place to visit, which till now relatively few do (certainly compared to the French embassy in Rome, when parts of it are open to the public). The richness is hard to describe (and there is a good illustrated description on the web. For a combination fortress, renaissance show-off palace and beautiful art, this is worth a day trip (takes a while to get there)
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Date of experience: September 2019
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