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There are tours available in different languages so you have to plan your visit accordingly.
Our guide was great, we had a tour of the villa and afterwards went into the gardens.
It was a nice experience and the guide provided us with stories about...More
Avoid the restaurant at all costs. It took nearly an hour to serve coffee and we still didn't get the bill - just gave up and handed the cash to a startled waitress. But the rest was magnificent.
We had a brief tour of the...More
Don’t even know where to begin because everything went wrong from start to end. Booking for 14.00 on the terrace, got tended at 14.25 at an indoors table. Told Mr.Edoardo who got us a table 30 minutes later directly under the sun. At our bewilderment,...More
I was pleasantly surprised. They have tours available in different languages so unless you’re bilingual, it may require some planning. I ended up on the French tour and can only hope that I translated well enough. The property was amazing and hearing about all of...More
Amazing history to this attraction and expertly delivered tour by the guide, Marta. She explained the intricacies of the buildings uses and meanings of the structures, paintings and statues to the group in a very friendly and enthusiastic manner. I really liked that there are...More
i wandered by Villa Medici. the next English tour was several hours away, so i figured i’d at least go thru the temporary exhibition given it’s supposed artistic connections.
it was terrible. no descriptions, very small, no thought at all behind it. unhelpful and indifferent...More
We were tipped off by a friend about this wonderful villa. There are plenty of beautiful villas in Rome but Villa Medici – with its enviable position overlooking the entire city and exquisite 18 acres of gardens filled with fountains and sculptures, acclaimed artists in...More
If you are going to tour Villa Medici you may want to do it first. We toured the Vatican, St. Peter's Basilica, and the Sistine Chapel and nothing compares after that. The 90 minute tour centers mostly on the gardens and only 1/2 an hour...More
To be honest, I didn't really do my homework on the villa, so I didn't expect that all visitors must have a guided tour for their visit. Luckily, an English speaking tour was just about to start once we arrived. The tour I believe is...More
From its original role as ancient army training fields to its present-day identity as one of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods, the Campo Marzio is the best place to get lost in Rome. Gorgeous Renaissance and Baroque palazzos line the streets, and are filled with enticing boutiques and food shops. By day, Rome’s best-dressed denizens criss-cross its streets in a fashionable parade of errands, occasionally pausing to
look fabulous in gorgeous piazzas like San Lorenzo in Lucina. Campo Marzio can be a bit of a sleeper after aperitivi hour (9pm), so visit by day and experience the pulse of daytime Rome.
Response from Phyllis K | Reviewed this property |
Hi...well this is nothing like the Pitti Palace. It is about the garden...if I remember correctly the tour is only in the garden. We were inside to see a couple of rooms up a very long spiral staircase simply because a lot... More
Hi...well this is nothing like the Pitti Palace. It is about the garden...if I remember correctly the tour is only in the garden. We were inside to see a couple of rooms up a very long spiral staircase simply because a lot of the garden was unavailable due to the caterers, etc. taking down things from a wedding. Also we were unable to see the facade for that reason. There is an English speaking tour available. Hope this helps!