Based on some negative reviews, I almost decided to give this a miss - thank goodness I chose to ignore them and make up my own mind. I will accept that, unlike many of the Country piles we visit in the UK, the rooms here are sparsely furnished - but that is not to say that they are without interest.
I really can't understand a review that claims that the Palace is "empty" because there are many rooms with large numbers of centuries-old paintings!on every wall; and other rooms contained many memories derby sculptures and works of art by a famous son of Gubbio.
And don't just look at the obvious works of art on display; look up at the stunning ceilings and down at the tiled floors. And don't forget the fantastic marquetry; and go down below to see the archaeological footings and remains.
Empty? Disappointing? I choose to disagree.
And if you do come, don't miss the lovely terrace with its snack bar and fabulous views. And you don't have to visit the Palazzo to use the terrace.
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