Discounted tickets for the Uffizi Gallery
The great price reduction
Discounted tickets for the Uffizi Gallery, since yesterday you can access the famous Italian museum with discounted prices. The special rate has a limited duration, however, in fact, this price reduction will be valid from November 1 to February 28. The new prices will be reduced from 12 euros instead of 20 and for Palazzo Pitti 10 euros instead of 16.
In addition, for those who enter at Palazzo Pitti before 9.25 am will pay half price. 5 euro instead of 10 euro. Also from November 1. It will also be possible to enter for free for the next five days at the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of the Opificio delle Pietre dure.
The director of the Galleries Eike Schmidt “At this particular time there are, understandably and rightly, few people around, and this also applies to museums. So it is the best time to visit Uffizi and Palazzo Pitti in total quiet and relaxation, enjoying a contemplative experience and total immersion in art, and from November all this will be possible practically at half price. It is an opportunity not to be missed”.
UFFIZI exhibition dedicated to women
The other exhibition will take place in the autumn period from 27 October 2020 to 31 January 2021. Entitled ‘Raphael and the return of the Medici Pope: restorations and discoveries’. Thanks to this exhibition the ‘Portrait of Pope Leo X with Cardinals Giulio de’ Medici and Luigi de’ Rossi’ returns home to Florence.
The exhibition has been curated by the director of the Uffizi Eike Schmidt. The exhibition dedicated to women in ancient Rome will begin on November 3 until February 14. Under the title ‘Empresses, matrons, liberties – Faces and secrets of Roman women’. The exhibition aims to communicate the figure of women during the Roman Empire.
In particular the figure of the woman seen from three different points of view: the negative female exempla, the positive models and finally the public role given to the matrons. This autumn at the Uffizi it will be possible to visit three completely different and at the same time very interesting exhibitions.
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