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Palazzo Corvaja

Largo Santa Caterina | Largo Santa Caterina, 98039, Taormina, Sicily, Italy
+39 0942 23243
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Shore Excursion from Messina to Mount Etna and Taormina
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Messina Shore Excursion: Private Day Trip to Taormina and Mt Etna
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Largo Santa Caterina | Largo Santa Caterina, 98039, Taormina, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The oldest part of the palace located at the beginning of Corso Umberto was built in the 10th century under Arab’s as a defending fortress of the city. It was extended in the 14th century in mixed style with Arabic tower, Norman central hall and...More

Thank Borzov
Reviewed 4 October 2017

This place is on the regular tourist route and you won't have to go out of your way to see it. If you walk up the Corso you will come across it.

Thank DM S
Reviewed 26 September 2017

After a long walk through this beautiful village, we came upon this unique building. It dates back to the medieval period and its unique architecture reflects its origins. The building is currently home to an a museum and art gallery. As we were on a...More

Thank BigHugh51
Reviewed 25 September 2017

An important point on Corso Umberto. During my stay there it hosted a Van Gogh multimedia experience "exhibition" so I visited it and was very impressed with the interior as well - I could feel the smell of the ancient chambers, wood and stones. Impressive...More

Thank SimonaOradea
Reviewed 19 September 2017

This is a main junction on Corso Umberto. There are many cafes. The church in the square seems to host many weddings where you can see a display of Italian fashion and watch the bride arrive.

Thank Geoff M
Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

Seems like a very nice historic building judging from the outside. Inside there are some galleries/exhibitions, but since it does not interest me much, I didn't care to pay the entrance fee. Part of the building houses Taormina's tourist information.

Thank Ravalus
Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

Probably the most pure medieval-looking building in Taormina. Easy to find, since it's the first major building you'll encounter when entering through Porta Messina.

Thank Aleksandar S
Reviewed 4 August 2017

Overpriced, it was a bit boring compared to other places in Sicily. If you are short on time, you can skip it and not feel cheated. If you have the time, and see it as it is filled with history.

Thank ldtc2
Reviewed 12 July 2017

This building is partly occupied by the Tourist Board and partly for exhibitions. Located on the main street (Corso Umberto I) by a church. It was a stoney Palace in its heyday. Small but interesting historical building. It is a popular landmark in Taormina. I...More

Thank Moses P
Reviewed 25 April 2017

Very interesting building outside and some interest inside. Now houses the tourist information office. Well worth a look as you pass by. Not a lot to see but still interesting and well preserved

Thank Kate L
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