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VILLA FARNESINA IN ROME AND RAPHAEL FRESCOES

Villa Farnesina, located in Rome (Trastevere), is considered one of the noblest and most harmonious creations of Italian Renaissance. At the beginning of the sixteenth century, it was commissioned by the Sienese banker Agostino Chigi to the architect Baldassarre Peruzzi. The interior is decorated with frescoes by Raphael Sanzio, Sebastiano del Piombo, Giovanni da Udine, Giovanni Bazzi known as il Sodoma, Giulio RomanoGiovan Francesco Penni, and Baldassarre Peruzzi himself.  At the end of the sixteenth century the Villa was purchased by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese from whom it takes its name “Farnesina” to distinguish it from Palazzo Farnese on the other side of the Tiber. The Villa is also used for official representative purposes by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.

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OPENING HOURS

Villa Farnesina is open from Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm, closed on Sunday and holiday.
Visitors who present their admission ticket to the Vatican Museums (within 7 days from the date of visit to the Vatican Museum) will be entitled to a reduced entrance fee to the Villa Farnesina

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GUIDED TOURS

  • Guided tours on Monday, Friday and Saturday at 12.30
  • Guided tours in English on Saturday at 10 am

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SPECIAL OPENINGS

The Villa will be open the second sunday of each month. Next opening:

  • Sunday, October 12 (9 am – 5 pm): guided tours at 12:30 am (with live music of the Renaissance, reservation required), 3 pm, 4 pm

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OPENING ON REQUEST

The opening of the Villa Farnesina is granted to anyone who requests it, unless there is a special approval from the Management department. Requests will only be accepted for a group with a minimum of 30 visitors, with a charge of 360,00 euros.  Read more

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