THE ACCADEMIA GALLERY OF FLORENCE: TICKETS AND UNMISSABLE ARTWORKS
After the Uffizi Gallery, the Accademia Gallery is the most visited museum in Florence.
The reason is simple: it houses Michelangelo’s David and, despite many other masterpieces to admire, most visitors go to this museum only to admire this monumental statue.
THE UFFIZI GALLERY: HOW TO BOOK YOUR TICKET AND SKIP THE LINE
No trip to Florence is complete without visiting the Uffizi Gallery, which offers the most complete overview on the Renaissance and a spectacular view on the Arno River.
Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci, and Botticelli are some of the famous artists you can admire there with their masterpieces. Of course, you can’t see everything with only one visit, but there are some works you can’t miss at the Uffizi Gallery.
In this post I’ll explain how to book your ticket and how to skip the line at the Uffizi Gallery.
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VATICAN MUSEUMS ENTRANCE TICKETS: HOW TO SKIP THE LINE
Booking the entrance tickets to the Vatican Museums is essential if you want to make the most of your time to visit the Museums.
The Vatican Museums are huge, full of artworks and it’s hard to visit them, and if you waste your energy to queue, when you enter you’ll be already tired, and you will not appreciate properly the marvels they house, for example the Sistine Chapel.
Those who book their entrance tickets online, instead, can go immediately to the ticket office, where they will replace the reservation they have printed at home with the real entrance tickets, without waiting in line.
In this post how to skip the line !
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MUSEE D’ORSAY: THE UNMISSABLE WORKS, HOW TO REACH IT AND WHERE YOU CAN FIND THE TICKETS
In Paris there are some of my favourite museums, including the Musée d’Orsay.
It’s the perfect continuation of the Louvre Museum with its art collections dating from the second half of the 19th century to the early 20th century.
The museum was originally a railway station, Gare d’Orsay, which in 1986 became the Musée d’Orsay.
In this post how to reach it and where you can find the tickets.
READ ALSO: 5 things to see in Paris for free.
ON SUNDAY AT THE MUSEUM: HOW TO PLAN A VISIT TO A MUSEUM
I do love museums, you know that, and spending a Sunday visiting a museum is a chance to do something interesting and funny at the same time.
Besides, admission to Italian state and civic museums is free every first Sunday of the month, and I often seize the opportunity (read the post I dedicated to my visit to the Natural History Museum of Venice, for example).
READ ALSO: Free museums in Rome and Free museums in Milan.
But not all my friends are excited when I suggest that we should spend some hours visiting a museum, and they often say that museums are boring and dusty.
I think that that feeling is due to unhappy past experiences, but you can change your mind, and with some expedients your Sunday at the museum may be a funny experience.
Here are 3 suggestions, which I successfully experienced, to visit a museum and live happily.