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Erzsebet ,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
15 Feb 2023
Absolutely positive feelings about tiqets app. It was really easy to use,we just needed to take the paper tickets from the ticket office before entry. That's it. I recommend this service for...
Absolutely positive feelings about tiqets app. It was really easy to use,we just needed to take the paper tickets from the ticket office before entry. That's it. I recommend this service for everyone to skip the queue.
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Bahar,  Italy Italy
16 Mar 2023
Incredible place, only Boboli Garden’s plants and flowers must be improved to a more magical garden, it is not a well- groomed
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Oana,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
29 Nov 2022
We booked online, but still needed to go to the ticket office and collect the paper tickets. However, we did not wait long as the line moved very quickly at 4 pm when we got there. Totally worth it!
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About: Palazzo Pitti

Palazzo Pitti was built for Renaissance banker Luca Pitti. A loyal consigliere to Cosimo de Medici, Pitti wanted a mansion built to rival those of the mighty Medici. He did pretty well: about 100 years after its construction the Medici acquired it and moved in. With a grand courtyard, Royal Apartments, the Palatine Gallery and a high Baroque interior design, this is a worthy Renaissance palace.

Palazzo Pitti
Wednesday 13:30 - 18:50
Thursday 13:30 - 18:50
Friday 13:30 - 18:50
Saturday 13:30 - 18:50
Sunday 13:30 - 18:50
Monday Closed
Tuesday 13:30 - 18:50
Bardini Gardens
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:50
Thursday 10:00 - 18:50
Friday 10:00 - 18:50
Saturday 10:00 - 18:50
Sunday 10:00 - 18:50
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:50
Palazzo Pitti
1,Piazza de' Pitti, 50125, Florence
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