In the heart of the city, is the house of the Bonaparte family that allows you to imagine the childhood and youth of the Emperor and the history of his family. You see the different rooms with furniture, utensils and vintage objects. It has a garden in front with stunning and fragrant flowers. Situated in Corsica since the early seventeenth century, the family of Charles and Letizia Ramolino Bonaparte, Napoleon's parents, occupied this house in 1682. Open in summer from 9 to 12h and 14 to 18h, in winter from 10 to 12h and from 14 to 4:45 p.m., closed on Mondays. Entry 7€ in summer and 6€ in winter.