Fantastic! Well worth a visit.
when i was there, the photo policy was that you couldn't take photos of the fresco s inside the building.
I was there in July 2007, and took loads of photos, but was asked not to use a tripod.
I visited on Sunday, June 15, 2008 and did not encounter a 'no photography' policy. I found the staff to be very very friendly in spite of the fact I was chasing around three children who were running and shouting and treating the garden like a jungle gym.
There is, however, a 'no dogs allowed' policy that is strictly enforced. Our barboncino had to give this garden and all of its delightful things to pee on a miss.
Anyone wishing to visit this gem should be aware that there is a new, strictly enforced, 'no photography' policy.
It seems to be applied only to those who speak English, whereas the dozens of italian schoolchildren who were photographing there were not scolded or threatened with expulsion, as I or other groups of English speakers were.
This definitely 'cast a shadow' on our long planned visit.
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