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Académie de France à Rome - Villa Medici, Rome

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  • Go early to book your tour, if you want to go through the Villa. We arrived mid-afternoon and there were no more English tours for the day. We opted for French (we're Canadian, so have a smattering of...  more »
  • We did the visit tour (12€) and our guide was super ! Many interesting things to learn and beautiful gardens to enjoy !!  more »
  • Thought we were going to get a tour of the Villa, but the tour really focuses on the Accademia di Francia, which now runs the place. If you are into Renisance art this is for you. Only spent a few min...  more »
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  • Current home of the Academy of France, I moved the Bonaparte after purchase, it belonged to Lorraine and even before Ferdinand de Medici, in Roman times there were Lavish gardens, the excavated material was placed in the villa by Ferdinando dei Medici who made an outdoor display of the statues which had found, now happily recovered and partly to the loggia dei Lanzi partly in the Uffizi. from the villa you can enjoy a panorama over Rome divine, it is located near or next to the square of Spain, arrive in Spain to visit metro stop in the reservation.
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  • At 12 o'clock noon, I participated in the visiting room and garden English travel---lasted 90 minutes, the whole process is full of fun facts about Italy, France, and ancient Roman culture. The garden was stunning, and we visited the murals in the building structure as well. Fresco of three rooms in the Villa are open, they are endowed with meaning of myth.
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  • We did we pay before say us that we won't be able to attend the visit only 2 hours later (a visit was just starting to which we were invited by the guide but the ticket office has decided otherwise), we eventually nothing could visit at all. A location, without any will to inform or guide tourists
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  • On the first floor part got in free. Courtyard could be seen, but I don't know if the entrance.
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  • A shame 12euros entry but they are our taxes! Especially not go in this magnificent Palace romain.patrimoine french... but for who?
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