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the Palazzo Ducale is a pretty big building and it is a must see in this are of Le Marche. There is a lot to see and it is particularly interesting that you get an idea of how they used to gather and store water...More
a beautiful palace to visit. there are so many different rooms to explore and paintings to see. must check out la muta by Raphael. climb the tower for great views. you can even go into the old stables, baths for the handlers etc. the library...More
The Palace of the Dukes of Urbino is probably one of the best examples of what the Renaissance was and meant - power, art, vision, genius!
The Palace was mostly built in the XV century by will of the Count and then Duke Federico (whose...More
The main attraction of Urbino - Palazzo Ducale with Galeria Nazionale built in the 15th century.
For those who like paintings - you can see one of the most important collections of Renaissance paintings in the world including Raphael’s paintings who was born in Urbino....More
The Ducal Palace (Italian: Palazzo Ducale) is a Renaissance building in the Italian city of Urbino in the Marche. One of the most important monuments in Italy, it is listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998 The Ducal Palace in Urbino was built at...More
This town is a hidden gem within Italy, and that's saying something. This "palace"is just stunning inside and out. The building is beautifully preserved and in excellent condition, the outside is just spectacular when viewed from the area near the city walls. Urbino should be...More
The Palazzo Ducale is very impressive. It is a very well kept monument which is also the symbol of this charming town and one has to visit it. Sculptures of Giò Pomodoro can be admired in the huge corridors of the castel. The Palazzo Ducale...More
A gem of Renaissance architecture that gives you a sense of the sophistication of Duke Federico and his determination to create a cultural masterpiece in his small duchy.
The inner courtyard is sublime and you can visit the stables/kitchens below to get an idea of...More
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I was there just a month ago. Great place. I don't know if there are private guides but the exhibits are very well curated in English, including the rooms themselves (that is, their historical usage and significance, as well... More
I was there just a month ago. Great place. I don't know if there are private guides but the exhibits are very well curated in English, including the rooms themselves (that is, their historical usage and significance, as well as the individual items. As well, books from the bookshop help further.