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Palazzo Farnese

Piazza Farnese 1, 01032 Caprarola, Italy
+39 0761 646052
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Remarkable Palazzo and Gardens

This is a must see. The Palace is an architectural masterpiece with fascinating frescos throughout... read more

Reviewed May 14, 2017
Tim M
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Access to almost everything!

Palazzo Farnese is really worth going to. What struck us was that almost everything was possible to... read more

Reviewed March 8, 2017
Per218
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Rome, Italy
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Piazza Farnese 1, 01032 Caprarola, Italy
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Reviewed May 14, 2017 via mobile

This is a must see. The Palace is an architectural masterpiece with fascinating frescos throughout. There is no guide book there but the signage is good. The gardens are superb with lovely fountains and a peaceful wooded area in the middle. Even on a sunny...More

2  Thank Tim M
Reviewed March 8, 2017

Palazzo Farnese is really worth going to. What struck us was that almost everything was possible to see; rooms, gardens... All the paintings are really astonishing!

Thank Per218
Reviewed November 28, 2016

Friends reccommended me to visit this jewel of 16th century. I spent all my visit time (2 hours and half) with my nose up. Architecture is fantastic but the top are the frescos in all this palace. Amazing the geographic map room. They say that...More

2  Thank Corrado C
Reviewed November 27, 2016

Caprarola is nothing special respect to many Italian villages however the Farnese palace is one of the best all over the peninsula! The many rooms are one better than the other with two or three peaks like the famous stars, the geographical maps room and...More

1  Thank treering
Reviewed November 13, 2016

Highly opulent Palazzo deep in the centre of Caprarola. We spent a good few hours exploring the site. So much to see. Rooms are large and full of history. Even got a guided tour as well from a local who knew the place inside out....More

1  Thank Bucketgob
Reviewed October 30, 2016

Although I'm Italian, I must confess I had never heard of Caprarola nor of this second Farnese Palace. It is thanks to an old shool friend of mine that we were taken there. It's about one hour's drive from Rome towards Viterbo. What a beauty!...More

1  Thank Neri I
Reviewed October 30, 2016

A moving visit of a stunning site where proportion, elegance, art, architecture are harmoniously blended. A pleasant and restful morning's visit without the crowds of Rome on your back.

Thank keruzaouen
Reviewed October 27, 2016

I was so surprised when we arrived in Caprarola...a sleepy little town in the Lazio region of Tuscany....the town was drab, small and not very impressive. However when we entered the Palazzo Farnese I completely understood why tourists would travel out to this town for...More

1  Thank Joyce T
Reviewed October 23, 2016

Very interesting castle that is pentagon shaped with a round internal courtyard, spectacular staircase and the map room from the 1500's left me awestruck. Huge tapestry wall size maps that were very accurate were incredible. Lovely gardens but parking and access are not well signed....More

Thank bennybear
Reviewed September 23, 2016 via mobile

Well before the Roi Soleil in Italy magnificent palaces were built and decorated with a taste and such elegance that coming to this place will amaze the most exigent of the tourists. Only 5€ the entrance but I would suggest to book a guided tour.

2  Thank Fabio S
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Deb022
June 10, 2017|
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Response from Ferretgirl42 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, an hour and a half, in my opinion for Villa Lante and Villa Farnese, nice bar accriss from Villa Farnese to meet up in, larger thsn it looke, the bar that is!
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LANYC1110
April 11, 2017|
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Response from Bucketgob | Reviewed this property |
All of the smaller villages in the region have train services that includes Rome as its starting point. They are normally unmanned. Transport tickets when purchased usually gives you the option to use trains and local... More
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TidewaterTraveler_GA
March 29, 2017|
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Response from Bucketgob | Reviewed this property |
Think we paid around 5 Euro for 2 senior tickets.. Not expensive for the visit and well worth the money..
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