Luxury Travel Advisors have handpicked the best art galleries and museums from around the world.

The artistic tradition is deeply rooted in Italy. Even in the Neolithic Age, the inhabitants of Italy produced artistic ornaments and artefacts. The art in Italy was properly strengthened and refined during Roman times. Many influences from different European regions and popular artists have enriched the country and left Italy many still significant artistic treasures. While many regions of Italy have developed independently after the fall of the Roman Empire, with the Italian Renaissance the next heyday of the art scene has been reached. Michelangelo, Raphael and Leonardo da Vinci influenced the Renaissance, like Bernini and Borromini the baroque Italy. For lovers of art, Italy is a paradise with an invaluable wealth of works and places.  

The Experience:

Enjoy private tours to the some of the best museums and private art galleries in Italy with experts in their field. Your choices are myriad and you can choose from Florence, Rome or Venice. 

In Rome, you can choose from some or all of the following: The Vatican, the Borghese Gallery, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Museo della Civiltà Romana, Doria Pamphilj Gallery and the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art and many more. 

In Florence, you can choose from the The Galleria degli Uffizi, the Bargello, Accademia, Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, Palazzo Vecchio, Pitti Palace, and many more. Our recommendation is to Tour the Uffizi Gallery with our expert guide, then step back in time and enjoy an exclusive viewing of the Vasari Corridor, the Medici’s secret city walkway; or enjoy the privilege of a very special, private after-hours visit of the Last Supper, with a personal guide who will reveal all the secrets of Leonardo da Vinci’s most celebrated works.

In Venice, you can choose from the Doges' Palace, Museo Civico Correr, Ca'Rezzonico, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice's Galleria dell'Accademia and much more. 


Villa Cora, Florence 

Villa Cora is located inside a centuries-old park that overlooks the Boboli Gardens, on the hills just outside the historical center of Florence. The villa is an aristocratic residence built at the end of the XIX century upon commission by Baron Oppenheim reflecting the architectural styles of that period, dominated by a strong eclectic decor that provides the villa with different, sometimes even bizarre, artistic styles.

Villa Cora, inaugurated when Florence was the capital of the Kingdom of Italy, has become throughout the years one of the major cultural and cosmopolitan symbols of Florence.

If you have a favourite 'art' destination you think we should know about, please get in touch.

Please remember all our trips are interchangeable. Why not combine Italian Art with Italian Gastronomy or even Indian Wonders?

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