MILAN – The Gallerie d'Italia celebrate Valentine's Day by creating a couple's ticket for 14 February with two entrances at the cost of one and on the occasion of Valentine's Day the Intesa Sanpaolo museums will also offer guided tours linked to the theme of passion and romance.
In Milan from 3pm to 6.30pm it will be possible to take part in 'Gallerie mon amour', a journey through the museum rooms and the 'Moroni (1521-1580) exhibition. The portrait of his time'. The cost is 5 euros per person in addition to the entrance ticket, without the need for a reservation. In this way you will also be able to visit the exhibition dedicated to Maria Callas through photos from the Publifoto Intesa Sanpaolo Archive.
In Naples the 'Fatal Loves' will be the protagonists with guided tours from 1pm to 4.30pm at a cost of 7 euros, ticket included, and reservations required.
In Turin at 6.30pm 'Love has no age', a story centered on the Piano Nobile, full of “cupids” and romantic works created by court painters, and then continues with the temporary exhibition 'He has no age. The Sanremo Festival in black and white 1951-1976'.
In Vicenza at 6.30pm the 'Love is in the hair' itinerary linked to the exhibition “Le trecce di Faustina.
Hairstyles, women and power in the Renaissance” at five euros excluding ticket and reservation required.
The Ivan Bruschi Antiques House Museum in Arezzo offers at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm A Casa Bruschi con amore, a special guided tour on the theme of passion through collecting and works of art for five euros per person in addition to the cost of the ticket. ticket and reservation recommended.
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