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Reasonable priced at $10.00 Euros. The Michaelangelo, Head of a Woman, was alone worth the price of admission. Loved all the Corregio paintings, collection of Maria Luigia, and the bronzes from Rome not to mention the Teatro Farnese where we happen on a rehearsal in...More
We bought tickets to visit the gallery and were surprised when told that as well as entry to the gallery they allowed us to view another 3 attractions: the archeological museum, the biblioteca and the teatro Farnese. The undoubted highlight was the theatre - a...More
we passed by here in Sept 2017 while there was a renaissance fair. the atmosphere was very playful and pleasant. everyone was in costume. there were also many displays such as archery and food vendors. very festive!
The Palazzo della Pilotta is a big building located between the River and the historical town centre in Parma. Externally, it looks austere and somewhat unfinished in places due to war damage and the destruction of an adjacent church, but inside I believe it houses...More
Palazzo della Pilotta is a home to the National Gallery of Parma, the Archeological Museum and Teatro Farnese - three treasures in one building. I wrote separate reviews for them.
The 1583 building looks very austere and almost scary from the outside, but do go...More
Visiting Palazzo della Pilotta one should keep very clear in mind the fact that it looks almost spartan in its decoration, this is due to the fact that it was never conceived as a residence but as an annex to it with an immense library...More
There are 4 pieces to the place. The theatre, the pinoteca, the ancient art and library. All but the ancient art are worth the visit. 3 rooms. You can get through it quickly but if you are short on time leave it out. The staff...More