- Visit an important UNESCO World Heritage Site and see art collections belonging to the National Gallery of Urbino
- See the Studiolo - Duke Federico da Montefeltro's private study - and his fine art and open cupboards full of musical instruments
- See an underground saddlery and the duke's own bathing area
Put your best foot forward into one of the finest palaces of the Renaissance era, the Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, or National Gallery of Urbino. See Tuscan craftsmanship, grand fireplaces, an underground saddlery and more, all in a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is one of the city's unmissable highlights!
Soak yourself in the finest of artworks at one of the most important monuments in Italy. Browse the collections that belong to the National Gallery of Urbino, housed here across several levels. Highlights are two works by Piero della Francesca and Rafael's Portrait of a Young Woman.
The National Gallery of Urbino was commissioned by the Duke of Urbino, Federico da Montefeltro, who ruled over the Montefeltro State in 1444. See Federico's private study and its beautiful intarsia (wood-laying) work, plus open cupboards full of musical instruments.
You can almost imagine him playing them!
- Entrance to the Galleria Nazionale delle Marche (National Gallery of Urbino)
- Guided tour
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Take bus U30 to stop Puccinotti or Rinascimento, the Palazzo is a short walk away.