We only had 30 mins here,but it was beautiful. It was free no sure if it is normally. There was actors dressed up which was great
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Though beautiful, but it would help if there is english alongside the italian explanations. There is restoration work taking place but it certainly need more. It is worth the visit. €6 per adult
Seen from the Via Balbi, the Palazzo Reale looks pretty impressive. In reality, it is full of masses of instantly forgettable art. The Hall of Mirrors does, at least, help to break the monotony. There are, however, impressive views of the palace from the terrace,...More
This palazzo isn't about art, this palazzo is about the layout of a palazzo as you walk through the upstairs rooms, and the small garden at the back.
Having seen the Palazzo Rosso - the most delicious peak into well-off urban genovese life in the 16th century - this is the Season 2: next century.
Located on the Piano Nobile, the museum comprises a series of elegant rooms decorated and furnished in the 18th century by the Durazzo family and in the 19th century by the Savoys.
The ballroom is really spectacular. The rest of the pace, less so. However if you are in Genoa, make sure you do not miss it.
The decoration is over the top and quite impressive. I had a nice time there and really liked the mirror room and the garden. I like the outside of the building as much as the inside, I think.
After a month in Italy, I was becoming blind to the grandeur and beauty of its art and architecture. This place is full of that but reawakened me to the stunning brilliance of it all. There's a gilded hall of mirrors that I'd suggest is...More