Palazzo Pitti

Palazzo Pitti

Is Palazzo Pitti worth it?

Recent visitors said this is a must-see spot and a great area to people-watch, view magnificent sculptures and rest travel-weary feet (though past travelers recommended avoiding the restaurants in this area, calling them “outrageously overpriced.” To avoid the height of the crowds, visit in the evening.

What is the significance of the Palazzo Pitti?

The Palazzo Pitti is famous for its stunning Renaissance architecture, beautiful frescoes, and exquisite furnishings. It was once the residence of the powerful Medici family and now houses several museums, including the Palatine Gallery, the Royal Apartments, the Museum of Fashion and Costume, and more.

How much is Palazzo Pitti?


Single ticket

Combined Pitti + Boboli (single price)22€
Reduced Eligibility criteria for reduced-price tickets2€
Free admission Eligibility criteria for free admission0€
Entrance reservation How it works3€

What is the history of the Palazzo Pitti?

Although it was inhabited for about four centuries by three dynasties, the Medici, the Hapsburg-Lorraine and the Savoy, the Palace still bears the name of its first owner, Luca Pitti, a Florentine merchant who had it built as his private residence in the middle of the 15th century.

Palazzo Pitti






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