Really beatiful villa with Rafael's fresco, not very crowded. Smaller scale sight which does not get you too exhausted.
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Very nice if you are interested in frescos. Great opportunity to study them from nearby without masses of people disturbing you like the sistine chapel. Well conserved and worth the price. The only thing that is a pity is you can't visit the whole surrounding...More
This villa is a masterpiece from the Renaissance. See frescoes by Raphael and other legendary artists, then learn the story behind the Loggia of Cupid and Psyche.
If you have been to Rome several times and are looking to explore lesser-known attractions, this one is for you. This beautiful building is now an art Gallery containing, among others, works by Raphael. When we visited, the second floor housed a special exhibition. One...More
We were advised to see this villa from our hotel and we were so happy we went. The Villa is beautiful including a Raphael fresco and incredible frescoes in every room. Highly recommend to visit
When you enter this Villa you enter Renaissance. Built by a banker in 1500's, it is situated near the Tiber in Trastevere District. If you want to feel the opulence and the power of the Renaissance and add to it the fantastic frescos of Raffaello...More
Well worth a visit if you are nearby. The frescos aren't the finest I've ever seen but good enough to warrant a visit. They weren't done by Rafael himself but by his students. There is one fine drawing by Michelangelo also. This villa is a...More
This villa was built in the early 1500 for a wealthy banking family and its simple design has made it one of the earliest example of Renaissance architecture. The house is most famous for it frescoes painted by Raphael and his pupils. The majority of...More
Farnesina villa is extremely important as it represents the first example of renaissance villa in Rome, and many other took inspiration from that. Originally built for the rich Florentine banker Agostino Chigi, its historic relevance is great. I deeply appreciated the second floor with the...More