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Palazzo Colonna - Galleria Colonna, Rome

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  • Wow! What a visit! Went as a family, 3 kids 9/11/13 years old, and 3 adults. It was just the most amazing experience. Our English speaking guide Rebecca was just incredible, specialised in children’s....  more
    Wow! What a visit! Went as a family, 3 kids 9/11/13 years old, and 3 adults. It was just the most amazing experience. Our English speaking guide Rebecca was just incredible, specialised in children’s....  more »
  • Beautiful art collection and palace. Very disappointed with the refusal to honor complete ticket purchases in advance to see the apartment. Staff very curt and far from welcoming. 
    Beautiful art collection and palace. Very disappointed with the refusal to honor complete ticket purchases in advance to see the apartment. Staff very curt and far from welcoming.  more »
  • Palazzo Colonna remains one of Rome's best-kept secrets. The wealth of the collections, coupled with an exquisite palace and royal treatment of visitors makes for a unique visit. Every single museum.....  more
    Palazzo Colonna remains one of Rome's best-kept secrets. The wealth of the collections, coupled with an exquisite palace and royal treatment of visitors makes for a unique visit. Every single museum.....  more »
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  • The full ticket cost 30 euro. This includes the gallery, private apartment and gardens. It took us over 2 hours to cover the whole gallery. The gallery is magnificent and worth every cent. Only bested by Saint Peter's and the Sistine Chapel.
  • Incredible place to visit and history connected to the family. Existing almost 1000 years, at least first written document can evidence it, full of intriguing details and family members have shaped history known to us. We took guided tour and it was very good but still not really enough time to properly enjoy it. Canvas collection is just enormous and for real enthusiasts and those who are more familiar would recommend to do the visit on their own. The visiting hours are limited, but still to precious to miss out on. Clear recommendation. Will visit for sure next time I am in Rome.
  • Great - expensive, but worth the visit! We also recommend the visit of the apartments of princess Isabella (guided tour only) and the tour of the gardens (great view). Not as crowded as many other sights in Rome
  • Not as much traffic as in other places but definitely worth a visit and around.
  • Great galleria and greater boutiques. Remembers me of Galleria Emmanuelle Vittoro in Milan. Same architecture, same mosaique, same beauty but in smaller. You can also drink a coffee and have a quick bite there. Suggested tim to spend: 2 hours.

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