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Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

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#1 of 438 in Museums in Lombardy
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Pinacoteca di Brera sits above a prestigious art school in a former monastery. As you wander from room to room, you'll be traveling to different centuries and art movements, with a focus on Italian religious art. Admire paintings by Caravaggio, Raphael, and Titan. Pick up an audio guide to learn more. Bring as little as possible with you; this gallery has no coat check. You can plan Milan trip in no time by asking Inspirock to help create your itinerary.
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  • Great museum, often times overlooked when visiting Milano. Need reservations post COVID & get the audio guide. Worth the 5€ 
    Great museum, often times overlooked when visiting Milano. Need reservations post COVID & get the audio guide. Worth the 5€  more »
  • The art gallery is interesting, but during our visit it was full of people and there was a slight chaos with entering the building. Most of the works are religious art from before the Renaissance. 
    The art gallery is interesting, but during our visit it was full of people and there was a slight chaos with entering the building. Most of the works are religious art from before the Renaissance.  more »
  • Even if you are not going inside it’s worth to visit and see. Breathtaking place full of history and beautiful architecture. Could take a minute and relax. 
    Even if you are not going inside it’s worth to visit and see. Breathtaking place full of history and beautiful architecture. Could take a minute and relax.  more »
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  • The magic of this place is that it is not only a museum, but also an Academic of fine arts! You can freely walk along the corridors and look into the classrooms where lectures are being held! Also in the museum you can see a unique process - the restoration of paintings in real time! At the exit of the museum - very pleasant cafe, where you can have a cup of coffee and savor your impressions!
  • An incredible place, perfect for people interested in antique art. It's undeniably a popular tourist attraction so you'll most likely find long queues but it's definitely worth the wait. You'll find some convenient lockers at the entrance after purchasing your ticket, so you don't have to carry anything with you while you walk around, but you have to pay for them. Definitely raccomend.
  • I was not able to purchase tickets online - website isn't loading and the email also bounces back. How are people suppose to purchase tickets ? Came on Tuesday and got tickets right at the machine, which was great. Beautiful paintings but very small for the price !
  • Don't forget to book in advance. We had the earliest entrance,but needed to wait as they were late to open the gallery. It is not as big as we expected. In general exposition itself is not bad.
  • One of the best art galleries I have been to, and probably the best only-painting one in Italy and one of best in the world. The price is very reasonable and especially for students. Audio guide was very helpful and good and the price was also good. The gift shop could use improvement.

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