Palazzo Dei Normanni, Palermo
About Palazzo Dei Normanni, Palermo
Palazzo Dei Normanni, Palermo - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Piazza Indipendenza, 1, 90129 Palermo, Italy
Ticket Price: 6 EUR
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:15 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Built in the 12th century by William II, this Norman castle is famed to be one of the most superlative Arab-Norman structures around the globe. Worth admiring for the visitors are the magnificent Mosaics, Roof done in wood which is designed and painted intricately, marble work and other remains of the Catalan times.
Today, it stands as the regional parliament of Sicily.
Palazzo Dei Normanni Information
- The place is closed during mass.
- Maintain peace at all times.
How To reach Palazzo Dei Normanni by Public Transport
- Foot, rented car, bus no 109, 234, 246, 122, 225
Restaurants Near Palazzo Dei Normanni
- Al Casato dei Ventimiglia
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Palazzo Dei Normanni, Palermo Reviews - Write a Review
UNESCO world heritage site and when you're there you can see why. The Capella Palatina is worth the entry fee alone and is simply breathtaking.
It’s doesn’t worth the money you pay for the entrance. Total disappointment. I’ve paid 11 euro for the entrance and an exposition. You better take a walk around it, it’s free and it’s beautiful.
First time we were here we weren't allowed in because of a wedding, which hadn't been specified on the website, and the second time was extremely average, as the chapel upstairs was overdone. The modern art and history downstairs on the other hand was good. Worth your money and time if you just pass by, but don't go to Palermo just for the palazzo.
Definitely worth a visit. The chapel is incredible. The rest of the palace doesn't match it, but is interesting to see.
Terrific and inspiring site, despite no place to sit, mobs of tour groups,even in off season. You can stay as long as you can look up and stand and be jostled. Some time you have to suffer for art's sake.
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