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Palazzo Medici Riccardi

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Via Camillo Cavour 1-3, 50129, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful palazzo, impressive inside porch with armor coats and peaces of art. Feeling of time stopped here... The pearl of the place - Magi Chapel with Bennozzo Gozzoli fresco. Charming, breathtaking painting, unforgettable!

Thank colibri7900
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After visiting the Basilica di San Lorenzo we wandered around and came upon an open door along Via de’ Ginori that led into a garden. The garden is bordered a high wall along Via Ginori and the Palazzo. The central path is marked by four...More

Thank SoCalOregonian
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

The interior of the palazzo is somewhat plain, and not the most interesting part of your visit. One of the first things you will see upon entering the palace is the chapel of the Magi. This is a small room, but do not ignore it:...More

1  Thank evagraaf
Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

A very important Palazzo for anyone interested in the Medici family or Florentine history. Currently in use as the seat of the Metropolitan City of Florence. A relatively plain exterior belies the engaging interior. Sites include important renaisance art, roman pieces and modern exhibitions. Not...More

Thank inoble
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Yet another church, but they're all very different, this one with a museum thrown in for good measure. Worth a visit.

Thank simonannitsford
Reviewed 10 July 2018

This is one of the elegant palaces in Florence with all the "necessary" paintings, decorations, statues. YOu can immagine how the Medici's lived here.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 6 July 2018 via mobile

Was told that there were public offices in the building and that it was closed. Couldn’t really understand but was essentially turned away. Wandered through the courtyard and looked at some statuary and out the far side. It was a site listed on our Firenze...More

Thank Tony G
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

After seeing Medici: Masters of Florence we were excited to be at the main building of the story. We entered the Medici museum at €10 a piece and thought we would see a lot of artifacts from the Medici and commissioned art work as well....More

2  Thank NetoA5
Reviewed 22 June 2018

The building is impressive inside and out, and the frescoes are impressive. Unfortunately the overall impression was tempered by the general feeling that the interiors were unloved and uncared for. It must be weeks since the cleaners were last there. The temporary exhibitions were both...More

2  Thank Dave S
Reviewed 18 June 2018

A stunning Medici palace that we almost missed when planning the trip and focusing on the "top" sights. The Chapel of the Magi is very impressive, and the whole palace is very well preserved.

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Dr_Wilson_12
11 January 2018|
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Response from MorganLewisKhan | Reviewed this property |
There is an elevator, on the right of the main courtyard where the exit stairs are. There was a guard there to assist patrons, as well.
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Miriam M
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Response from Mike S | Reviewed this property |
The answer is "it all depends......." Its complex. If you already know what you will want to see you can easily research the costs of your destinations and compare that with the cost of the card. However, that doesn't... More
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kelseyjanine
13 August 2017|
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Response from Leesa B | Reviewed this property |
There was no line. It was 12 euro. This museum is small and not part of the usual tourist attractions and perfect on a hot Florence afternoon. Hope this was helpful.
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