Yah, it's easy and totally free, thanks to Google Map Street View tecnology, you can do a little trip around its, but it's not all...
In addition to a 'virtual tour', you can see the individual works, (73, among the thousands in the Uffizi), one by one, in HD, and you can get just by moving your mouse, prove it, You'll see a great show !
- The Uffizi Gallery in Florence is one of the most important Italian museums, and one of the largest and best known in the world.
- The building houses a superb collection of priceless works of art, deriving, as core, from the collections of the Medici, enriched over the centuries by bequests, donations and exchanges, highlighted by a fundamental group of religious works derived from the suppression of monasteries and convents between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
- The Vatican Museums, in Viale Vaticano in Rome, inside the State of Vatican City. They are one of the largest art collections in the world, since it exposes the enormous collection of art works accumulated over the centuries by the Popes.
- The museum was founded by Pope Julius II in the sixteenth century. The Sistine Chapel and the papal apartments frescoed by Michelangelo and Raphael works that are part of the museum visitors can admire in their path.
- The Vatican Museums, which occupy most of the vast courtyard of the Belvedere, were visited in 2011 to 5,978,804 people, confirming its position as the most visited museum "Italian", although it should be remembered that this is not really it is on land not belonging to the Italian Republic (in this sense the most visited Italian art museum is the Uffizi Gallery in Florence)