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The Royal Palace (Norman Palace or Plazzo del Normanni in Italian), as the name suggests, dates from Roman times and was one of the highlights of our visit to Rome.
It has to some extent been the seat of power in Palermo from Norman times...More
Step back into history and relish the architecture of the Norman Palace. Take your time as you walk through the different halls and imagine what life was like.
The only draw back for me was the the large groups of "tours" The groups would block...More
Paid 17euro to see everything there was, but found it very expensive comparing with other attractions on Sicily. The garden is small and there is nothing to see- I do not recommend paying for the ticket to see it - there are better and nicer...More
Absolutely fascinating and must not be missed. The palace is of Arab-Norman architecture representing a blend of cultural and political power. It became the residence of Norman kings. The Palatine Chapel is unique and breathtaking!
There are many visitors but the building seems to absorb...More
We saved the last day to visit the Royal Palace. We really did not need to save that long. We paid 17€ each for entry and the audio guide. We got to see a courtyard and the amazing chapel ( which is the highlight) and...More
We LOVED the church, its a gorgeous bizantine art, the pictures talk to itself, 10 Euros, but i was VERY disappointed the “Giargino Reale”, a 2 Euros plus ticket for just a small garden with NO flowers, even a single flower, and just 2 big...More
The ticket for the Capella Normanni also lets you see the rest of the palace although on several days a week entry is restricted to just a few rooms because it is a working government building. After the chapel everything else is a bit of...More
Walked a long way to get here, massive queue for tickets, massive queue to get in - bag check - security scanner then got stuck behind hoards of walking tours, another long wait to get in the church, was to full to get photos, were...More