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Palazzo Reale, Milan

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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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  • Exciting visit to a pretty comprehensive exhibition-included in the price of admission a comprehensive and engaging audioguide downside: I couldn't use the camera without flash I was told if it was possible to take pictures with your phone
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  • We've visited the Manet exhibition. Although a limited number of paintings the organizers did manage to follow a main path of presenting the paintings. They were nicely integrated within one framework...  more »
  • Recateci at the Royal Palace for the exhibition of Manet [30 u.s. 10.45 hours], the cashier is in trouble with the remains and claims payment with debit cards-i pay two tickets with my credit card and, since I only delivery tickets, I remind my Visa payment voucher [referred thereby to my relationship with Visa and not with the Organization of the exhibition]-I answered that they do not give it! ... but what qualifications are required to work at the Palazzo Reale in Milan? And for their personnel managers?
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  • The building is not so beatutiful but it's venue of a countless number of amazing exhibitions of art
  • Good place for all kind of museum around. Regular new exhibitions available.
  • Basically an empty palace now converted to an exhibition hall. Worth visiting if the exhibition is good.
  • In the city centre and amazing to visit as the cathedral is right there. Close to the shopping central too. Makes for good pictures
  • The cathedral is very very big. You can see a panorama of Milan from its terrace. You can see the original sculptures, glasses, etc in the museum. It is very well preserved. Staffs are helpful, they know the history, they are very helpful.