The birthplace of Raffaello represents an interesting visit, even if not very special. The visit of the house provide a good insight of the life style of the time. Some paintings of artists of the school are also present.
Another of Urbinos great attractions.It is a house museum containing as you would expect lots of artwork and information of Raffaello's history
One of the best houses of famous people I have ever seen! Since Raphael is well known to everybody and is the most famous person born in Urbino - the visit to his house is a must. The house itself is very beautiful, you walk around and marvel how fortunate for Rafael was to be born in a family of... 更多
We all expect to see more of Raffaello, his life, relatives, and life in 15. and 16. Century. We need to climb up to the middle of a hill and to a narrow house. Inside, you will find a labyrinth of corridors, staircases and rooms. Some are small, some bigger, some with old furniture and interesting, some uninteresting with fakes... 更多
This is one of the major sights in Urbino. The structure is interesting and a complete visit inside and out is a must. The art is wonderful but not much by Raphael.
Really enjoyed this visit and walk into the home of one of the real geniuses' of the Renaissance Art. Sit on the same window boxes, walk through the same doors and see where Raphael' father mixed his colours in the courtyard. They lived very well and the house is enormous for a family in the 15th century. Really enjoyed this... 更多
Casa Raffaello is well worth a visit since it gives a good view of what a mideval middle class home looked like. Check out the kitchen with the technical arrangement for turning the roast for example. And don't miss the small altar i the mid yard where his father Giovanni Santi taught him to grind the colors. There is art... 更多
This was our favourite tourist attraction in Urbino. The birthplace of Raffael, it is a fascinating house that meanders in every direction, with paintings in each room.
This as interesting museum, but it does not take more than 45 minutes to see everything. The exhibits cover several periods and some of the paintings as good copies. Worth the small entrance fee.
The birthplace of the famous painter Raphael. Positioned in the heart of the old town and perfectly preserved since this became a museum. Frankly, aside from the fact that Raphael passed here only his childhood, the rooms have been restored and I doubt they have maintained the originality through all these centuries, but it is also exciting to just stand... 更多