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Pontremoli Barocca


Guided visits and special events to churches and palaces in the small Baroque capital

In Lunigiana, between the 17th and 18th centuries, Pontremoli changed its appearance and became a small Baroque capital between Tuscany, Emilia, Lombardy and Liguria. The artistic masterpieces of that Golden Age are still preserved today behind the majestic gates overlooking the streets of Pontremoli's historic center.

On the occasion of the Pontremoli Barocca (Baroque Pontremoli) event, throughout the day on Sunday, April 7, with the purchase of a single cumulative ticket it will be possible to visit five places that are extraordinarily open to the public:

  • Dosi Magnavacca Palace
  • Pavesi Ruschi Noceti Palace 
  • Church of S. Giacomo d’Altopascio
  • Teatro della Rosa (Theater of the Rose)
  • Bishop's Palace

Throughout the weekend, additional special events will allow people to enrich the experience and discover other exclusive and extraordinary places.


  • guided tours on Sunday will be continuous throughout the day, with a short break between 1 and 2 p.m.
  • tour shifts will last about 20 minutes, with a maximum of 20 people per shift
  • shifts and tour times are not bookable
  • the time and order of entry to the venues will be freely chosen on the day itself, according to your preferences
  • the cumulative ticket does not include admission and guided tour to the places where the special events will be held on Saturday
  • Saturday's special events will be limited in number and usable only by mandatory reservation from March 1, 2024