The present site of the French Embassy (and the setting for Act 2 of "Tosca"!), this opulent edifice boasts architectural detail by Michelangelo and frescoes by Carraci. One can book reservations for tours online, but must be made well in advance. Most tours are in french, some in Italian and a paltry few in English. the latter tend to booked WAY in advance. A good way to get on tours is to sign up for the italian tours. The guides are french speaking, but their Italian is simple enough one can get the gist of what they are saying. Tours are an hour, and limited to 25.
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