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Palazzo Reale

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Restroom first and then exhibits, lol

My guide told me this is one of the few places in the city where you could use the restroom for... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2018
Daniel A
Beijing, China
Dentro Caravaggio

I visited Milan in January to visit the exhibition of work by Caravaggio. On line ticket sales were... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2018
Andy f
Blackburn, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 13 August 2018

My guide told me this is one of the few places in the city where you could use the restroom for free. I took advantage of it and when we were finished, we walked around and looked at the museum. It’s not very large, it...More

1  Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 7 July 2018

The Royal Palace is located next to the Duomo, in the heart of the city. It dates back to the 12th century, and it has been the home of powerful dynasties like the Viscontis and Sforzas, apart from Spanish governors and Austrian rulers. The building...More

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Reviewed 4 July 2018

I paid for the Dürer exhibit, but parts of the building are free--often including some free small art exhibits. the building is lovely and a nice cool respite from the tourist crowds of the Piazza dell Duomo just metres away. Plus you might see some...More

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Reviewed 26 May 2018 via mobile

A gem of an exhibition with 50 impressionist and avant-garde masterpieces from the Philadelphia art museum. Must see if in Milan this summer

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Reviewed 18 April 2018

It was a real pleasure to go to two exhibitions at the Palazzo Reale -not only due to the low prices in comparison with London, but that you could take your time at each picture as the two exhibitions were not over crowded as is...More

3  Thank Andrzej116
Reviewed 18 March 2018

A delightful exhibition, only 50 works and some relatively unknown although the artists are very famous. Well set out and the translations are very good, which is not always the case! Only the first rooms have somewhere to sit, so beware anyone who has a...More

2  Thank 10Alpaca10
Reviewed 4 February 2018

We visited Milan in January and luckily they decided to extend the exhibition to allow more people to see it. We arrived in plenty of time for the opening at 1.30pm and there was already a queue , mostly Italians. We queued for about an...More

4  Thank Taxidevil
Reviewed 31 January 2018

Last days to see the amazing Caravaggio exhibition. Great installation, perfect organization and amazing lights!

3  Thank TrendSetterTraveller
Reviewed 22 January 2018

I visited Milan in January to visit the exhibition of work by Caravaggio. On line ticket sales were fully booked weeks before my visit so I queued patiently in line for the best part of three hours. Thankfully the sun was shining and those waiting...More

3  Thank Andy f
Reviewed 14 December 2017

The Caravaggio exhibition is outstanding. If you don't get why Caravaggio is such an important figure in the history of painting, this will get you there. But there is another exhibition at the Palazzo Reale as well - and that is Toulouse Lautrec. If I...More

1  Thank sapore41
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8 March 2018|
Response from sapore41 | Reviewed this property |
I went there for the exhibitions. Regret I have no info on simply visiting the palazzo itself.
19 February 2018|
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Response from J0anned568 | Reviewed this property |
I believe the answer is yes. There appears to be a palace museum which I think is what you want. The entrance is near to them in entrance of the building as it faces the Duomo.
29 December 2017|
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Response from J0anned568 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I would just turn up. They count the people in and as the others have said, if there are 'no shows' then you probably buy a ticket at the entrance of the exhibition. Worth a go, and nothing to lose!