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This old palazzo in the centre of the town on Via Nicolaci was built for the Nicolaci family in the 18th century. The facade has some amazing carved balconies supported by mythological creatures such as mermaids, griffons and lions. There is a large courtyard that...More
Came across it by chance really and found out later it is one of the best places to see in Noto. There were many rooms on many floors and for me the most interesting feature was the wealth of different tiles that comprised the floors...More
Palaces like this give a wonderful insight into the way the gentry lived in Noto...an era in Sicily brought to wondrous life in Luchino Visconti's film of the novel "The Leopard." We even returned later in the day for a chamber music concert in the...More
Entry was €4 and on arrival we received a brochure with details, which we gave back at the end. The palace is made up of around 90 rooms, of which 9 are open to the public. The interior is not the splendour of many European...More
We want to see the inforata and I discovered this place so I told the tour leader and we want in $4 each person , it has a very oldish style but seems romantic me and my husband danced in the middle of the big...More
Visited this place as it had good reviews. paid 4 euros to look around a ‘palace’ that is in ruins and not looked after. After visiting statley homes in Britain it doesn’t compare. The best thing about it is the view of noto. Personally I...More