|Pisa, Italy||2 hours||Attractions/Entertainment|
The Palazzo, commissioned by Francesco I de' Medici and built between 1583 and 1587, overlooks the Arno riversides while at the rear, through two large arches, it is connected on one side to the church of San Nicola and on the other to the thirteenth-century Casa delle Widows. Currently also the seat of the Superintendence, it houses the museum in the rooms on the main floor. It documents the unfolding over time of an identical propensity for beauty of the ruling classes, from the Medici to the bourgeois collectors of the twentieth century.
€ 7 per person