Sprawling over an area as large as six football fields, the Palazzo Pitti is the largest museum complex in Florence. The multitude of tenants throughout the centuries, which have ranged from the Medicis to Napoleon, amassed an impressive and diverse art collection, which was put on display to the public in 1919. It was separated into seven different museums and galleries: the Palatine Gallery, Royal Apartments, Gallery of Modern Art, Silver Museum, Porcelain Museum, Costume Gallery, and the Carriages Museum. Ticket prices vary depending on the number of galleries you visit, so make sure you know which galleries you want to see beforehand.
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