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Palazzo Reale, Milan

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.7/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web
The marble-spired Palazzo Reale hosts more than 1,500 artworks each year, including masterpieces by Kandinsky, Warhol, and Monet. As you walk inside, Neoclassical tapestries and caryatids reveal the buildings' history. It has served as a medieval seat of government, 18th-century palace, and a 1920s' cultural center. Now, it features modern and contemporary art, as well as fashion. You can also view artifacts from the palace's past, such as period garments. Before you head to Milan, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Milan itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Milan has to offer, including Palazzo Reale.
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  • Ticket online (12 + 2 booking fee), zero row and audio guide included. If you enjoy Japanese art can visit the works of these artists who have influenced the great masters of impressionism. Well worth the trip, the works are many, the route is well organized and the staff friendly. The tour takes around 2 hours. You have until January 2017.
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  • We view our page on Hokusai, Hiroshige and Utamaro. Beautiful except the classic organizational problems that make the visit a frustrating experience without any. May not be able to copy the foreign experiences in terms of timetable and organizational data in an exhibition with so much content make available? It would not seem difficult is certainly would earn more and better from an event° towing° in the tourist attraction of the city.
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  • Right next to the Duomo, is today a cultural space that shows very interesting art exhibitions. The visit after leaving the Cathedral.
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  • The most famous Historical place in Milano. I guess if you did not visit during your stay there, you missed site seen of Milano
  • Palazzo Reale is an ideal location for visiting an exhibition: it's easy to reach fr anywhere in the city, the rooms are luxurious and buying tickets online spares you from long queues.
  • There are always beautiful exhibitions and the building is a piece of history of Milan. Definitely worth checking if you're nearby
  • Buy tickets online to spare you from the queue. I went to see the Escher exhibition: neither the exhibition nor the location disappointment the curios explorer.
  • Nice cafe, good art galleries but rather expensive.
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