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Offer Picasso exhibition in Florence

September 23, 2014

Discover our offer for the Picasso exhibition in Florence at Palazzo Strozzi from 20 September 2014 until 25 January 2015.

Picasso and Spanish modernity offers 90 works by the master Pablo Piccasso and other Spanish artists such as Joan Miró, Salvador Dalí, Juan Gris, Maria Blanchard, Julio González among drawings, paintings, sculptures and engravings. The place of the exhibition is far just 5 minutes’ walk from the Hotel Brunelleschi, which can be easily reached on foot through the streets of downtown.

The package dedicated to the exhibition includes:
– 1 night or more in a room Classic Executive, Deluxe, Family, or One Bedroom Suite
– Rich breakfast buffet
– One ticket entrance for the exhibition per person
– Free access to the fitness room
– Free Wi-Fi

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Opening Hours
Daily holidays included 10.00–20.00
Thursday 10.00–23.00
Only with reservation for groups of people 9.00–10.00
Visitors admitted until one hour before closing time.

If you are traveling with your children, we recommend a visit on Sunday to participate in “I’m Picasso”, a course created for families with children aged from 7 to 12 years from 10.30 to 12.30, to discover together the Picasso’s works and his story (in the other days the path is available for groups of at least 6 people).

… and do not forget to stamp your passport for Picasso and Spanish modernity in Tuscany: by visiting the Picasso exhibition, by participating in events related to the exhibition, by visiting one of the museums listed in the Passport, by taking part in the conferences, you can arrange for a stamp that make it a unique and personal souvenir of Florence. Moreover, by submitting your passport to the ticket with 5 stamps, you will receive one free entrance ticket to Picasso and Spanish modernity. Download here your PASSPORT.

Finally, we announce you the brand new Museum of the twentieth century, opened a couple of months in the ancient Hospital of Leopoldine.

See you in Florence!

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