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Palazzo Doria Pamphilj

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Palazzo Doria Pamphilj

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Via del Corso 305, 00186 Rome Italy
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sobay310 wrote a review Oct 2020
Los Angeles, California29 contributions7 helpful votes
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I recently visited this gem and was really glad I did. I’ve walked this route many times and never noticed this until i looked up new places and things to do and see. During covid times this place was nearly empty. Which was better for me. I would definitely recommend if you have the time .
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Date of experience: October 2020
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discerning_voyages wrote a review Aug 2020
Hong Kong, China26 contributions22 helpful votes
The interiors and art collection are spectacular, but this place would do well to improve the visitor experience. For comparison, the management should pay a visit to Colonna Palace where I had a fantastic visitor experience (efficient ticket office, free water to quench thirst, knowledgable guides who were friendly, and no time limit to see the palazzo). Instead, my visit to Palazzo Doria Pamphilj was rushed, the security guards were telling everyone to leave at the end of the timeslot before everyone had a chance to see everything properly. If having timeslots like this was an attempt to deal with coronavirus, this doesn't make sense at all as everyone arrived at the same appointment time, and everyone queued at the ticket office, then started in the first room at the same time, then tried to make their way through the whole visit in the timelimit. Why have a time limited slot, why not just open for a free flow of people to make the visitor experience better and let people take as long as they need?
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Michael W wrote a review May 2020
Charleston, South Carolina147 contributions78 helpful votes
The Doria Pamphilj Gallery is on the main street of Corso in the heart of Rome. It is a family home that has an upstairs world class art gallery. We were in Rome before the pandemic and the gallery was nearly empty. The audio guide is a gem because it is narrated by the family's current prince. The gallery consists of works by Velazquez, Raphael and Titian. The hall of mirrors has a feeling of Versailles.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jonathon Green wrote a review Feb 2020
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One of Rome's richest art collections.Works by Rapheal,Tintoretto,Titian,Caravaggio,Bernini and some flemish masters.Most famous work is Velazquez's portrait of Pope Innoncent the 10th.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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S Woods wrote a review Feb 2020
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Visited on a Friday afternoon; it was quite empty. Several lovely pieces by the Candle Master in their collection. Viewing the family apartments is worth the extra two euro. The audio guide is included and narrated by one of the family members. This is the best place I visited in Rome, even better than Gallery Borghese!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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