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Nice palazzina

The small palace had 8 - 10 rooms to tour. Each room had descriptions in both English and Italian... read more

Reviewed June 27, 2019
dvkremk
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Chicago, Illinois
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Nice beautiful place to see when you saw most of the town's marvels

In rather good shape with some old paintings, pieces of furniture and frescoes as well as poorly... read more

Reviewed March 3, 2019
Stéphane L
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Paris, France
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The small palace had 8 - 10 rooms to tour. Each room had descriptions in both English and Italian - plus they provided and overview of the structure when we arrived. It is part of the MYFE card. There is artwork, frescoes and some furniture in each room.
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Perhaps we had become too complacent - having visited several sumptuous palaces in previous days - but we were a little disappointed by this Palazzina. Yes, it does have some nice frescoes and pieces of furniture, but it was all looking a bit "tired" - especially the garden.
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In rather good shape with some old paintings, pieces of furniture and frescoes as well as poorly maintained garden, the place has its charm though you can pass it if no time left.
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The Palazzina has a lovely interior, with interesting furnishings and artefacts. I would say it's a 45-minute visit rather than a couple of hours, but well worth exploring in a low-key, peaceful way.
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This is a remarkable residence dating from the 16th century the frescoes are extraordinary and the rooms are full of fantastic antique furniture. You can imagine what it would have been like to live here. I loved it. Don't miss it.
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