This house provides a brief but captivating 45 minute tour of the residence of Giorgio de Chirico. You have to book a tour in advance on the website, and pay 7 Euro on entrance. We booked a day in advance for a Friday in March.
Downstairs are many of his paintings from his later metaphysical period and some of his reproductions which provide an insight into his influences and techniques. The guide was knowledgeable and enthusiastic, giving enough information, but providing space for visitors to admire the works on their own.
Upstairs are his and his wife's bedrooms as well as the room where he worked, all kept as is was when he lived there. It's a fantastic experience for anyone who has admired De Chirico's work - my only wish would be to wander round and look at the paintings a bit longer.
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