Discover the best top things to do in Citta di Castello, Italy including Fondazione Palazzo Albizzini Collezione Burri, Pinacoteca di Palazzo Vitelli alla Cannoniera, Tipografia Grifani Donati, Cattedrale dei Santi Florido e Amanzio, Torre del Vescovo, Museo del Duomo, Abbazia di Badia Petroia, Museo Tela Umbra, Santuario della Madonna di Belvedere, Oratorio San Crescentino.
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4.5 based on 214 reviews
Split in 2 parts between the 'Palazzo Albizzini' in Citta di Castello and the 'Essiccatoi del Tabacco' on the outskirt of this town, the Museum was set up by the great artist Alberto Burri before his untimely Death (1995). Even persons not very familiar with the esoterism of modern art will enjoy this fabulous display of different, esxciting works; 'Sacchi', 'Combustioni', Gretto' etc, superbly displayed and very well cared for by a passionate team of professionals. A very nice place to visit and enjoy in one of the less known, but still very beautiful, parts of Italy
4.5 based on 112 reviews
Interesting art collection housed in a well cared for museum with stunning external scraffito by Vasari and delightful Gardens. Very helpful and well informed staff. We were very fortunate to have a guided tour of the current ceramics exhibition - Terrae - La Ceramica Nell'informale e Nella Ricerca Contemporanea - conducted by the curator Lorenzo Fiorucci. It was absolutely fascinating. If you are in Citta di Castello before 1st November 2015 - I really recommend you visit the beautiful Pinacoteca Comunale and see this exceptional exhibition.
5 based on 63 reviews
The Tipografia Grifani Donati founded in 1799 and currently managed by the seventh and eighth generation , it is a place where you can admire and enjoy the three printing techniques still in use in the structure such as: Typography ( printing process ) , the Calcografia ( engraving process ) and the lithography ( planographic process ) . The site hosts machines nineteenth fully functional , the Tipografia Grifani Donati is both museum and is waiting for interesting sightseeing . See you soon!!
A very interesting trip into a bygone era, where typography used to be a manual operations.....with an array of old machines and type settings , very well preserved. A must see.Thanks you for your visit, lwe are very happy that is liked you!! Gianni
4.5 based on 90 reviews
This Duomo doesn't look that interesting from the outside. The inside is a different story: many beautiful frescos and a nice ceiling. But don't forget to visit the crypt below the Duomo. It's almost a complete church in itself, with statues and a beautiful ceiling above the sarcophagus of San Florido.
4 based on 24 reviews
Beautiful mediaeval tower and structure. Great view of town. A piece of history. The tower is from XI century. A masterpiece of architecture.
4 based on 38 reviews
Wander past the main entrance to the Cathedral church, and you come to the museum entrance: Enter it to see some truly fantastic treasures.
The Canoscio Treasure dates from the 5th century and includes a collection of pots, dishes and liturgical objects discovered before the Second World War at nearby Canoscio. The chance find is unbelievably fine.
Throughout the museum are pieces linked with services, church leaders and papal occasions.
It is well worth a visit - even a diversion from your planned trip.
Among the important paintings in the museum are the “Madonna and Child with St. John”, attributed to Bernardino di Betto (known as Il Pinturicchio, 1454-1513), a pupil of Perugino.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
e dalle rotte turistiche..sulla via per Morra.Il paese è minuscolo e nulla di che,l'abbazia invece è originalissima e suggestiva peccato che non siamo riusciti a vederla internamente,ma merita comunque la visita. Molto belle le formelle in cotto ai lati dell'ingresso
5 based on 15 reviews
If you like anything to do with fabrics, this is the museum to go to. It will take you an hour, tops, to see where the Franchettis started a looming industry. Volunteers continue to loom fabulous linens of all varieties to keep the art and museum going. Be sure to see the classroom which Maria Montessori helped establish for the children of unwed mothers working the looms. She was only in Citta di Castello for a year, but she made an important contribution to it. Also, be sure to ask for a tour of the actual looms. If you're lucky, your tour guide can give you a demonstration of how the looms work.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Dominant castello a l ouest ce sanctuaire baroquissime a vraiment quelques choses de toscan son architecture,la grande quiétude,du lieux la douceur de l’endroit une sensation hors du temps de dolce vita
4.5 based on 4 reviews
cittadino,in località Morra si trova questo scrigno ricco di preziosi affreschi alcuni attribuiti al Signorelli. Se si è in possesso dell' ecclesia card (da fare presso il museo diocesano di Città di Castello) si entra gratuitamente altrimenti bisogna fare il biglietto,ma ne vale la pena.Nonostante ci siano degli orari di visita ben precisi noi siamo dovuti scendere alla vicina casa del custode per farci aprire. La signora che ci ha aperto non brilla certo per simpatia e non è in grado di dare alcuna notizia storica sull'edificio,ma la bellezza supplisce alle sue carenze. Vietato scattare foto
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