GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM IN VENICE WORKS: THE MASTERPIECES YOU MUST SEE
Guggenheim Museum in Venice works you must see to avoid missing the most important masterpieces.
It’s not easy to make a selection of the unmissable works of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, because it’s not only the museums housing the most complete collection of works of art of the early 20th century, but it is also the house of a visionary art collector who devoted herself to art.
In this post, instead, you’ll find the unmissable works of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice.
Guggenheim Museum Venice works
MUSEUMS IN VENICE TO VISIT: MY ADVICE ON WHICH ONES YOU SHOULD VISIT
Which are the museums in Venice to visit and which ones you shouldn’t miss if you visit Venice?
In this post you’ll find all my advice on the museums in Venice to visit, if you visit the city for the first time or if you come back to admire it again.
Museums in Venice to visit
CASTELVECCHIO MUSEUM IN VERONA: WORKS, INFORMATION AND CURIOUS FACTS
Visiting Verona by starting from Castelvecchio Museum or from Juliet’s House?
I have no doubt!
The first stop in Verona must be Castelvecchio!
In this post you’ll find all you need to know about Castelvecchio Museum in Verona, from works to see to practical information to visit it and curious facts about this unique place.
Castelvecchio Museum in Verona
NEW YORK GUGGENHEIM TICKETS: HOW TO BOOK AND WHAT TO SEE
Guggenheim New York Tickets and tips on how to organize a visit to the museum that you should not miss if you visit the city.
Easily reachable because located a stone’s throw from Central Park, not too large and full of masterpieces, the Guggenheim in New York has all the credentials to be named as a museum to visit more than once and at any age.
You only need an hour and you’ll have a lot of fun, admiring some of the most beautiful works of art of the twentieth century!
Guggenheim New York Tickets
SAINTE CHAPELLE TICKETS: HOW TO BOOK AND JUMP THE ROW
Tickets Sainte Chapelle and all the tips to prepare for the visit of the masterpiece of Gothic architecture in Paris.
Together with the Palazzo della Conciergerie, the Chapel is part of a large monumental complex that over time has served as a court and also a prison.
The most famous prisoner was Marie Antoinette!
If you are thinking of visiting or coming back to Paris I suggest you visit the Sainte Chapelle. In this post I will explain how to skip the line and what to see.
Tickets Sainte Chapelle