Palazzo Alliata of Pietratagliata, Palermo
Palazzo Alliata of Pietratagliata is located in Via Bandiera, heart of the Old Town of the city of Palermo, which is among the oldest streets of the city; a few steps from the most important monuments and from historical markets.
In the building an apartment is available for short rentals elegantly furnished and equipped for 4 people (two bedrooms with two bathrooms plus kitchen, dining room, living room and entrance) equipped with all comforts: wi-fi, air conditioning in all rooms, washing machine, dishwasher, digital TV.
The Palace is a few meters from the Via Roma (one of the great metropolitan roads) and from Piazza S. Domenico (where La Rinascente is located), it is very close to the Baroque speakers of Serpotta and Salinas Archaeological Museum It is just a few minutes' walk from Piazza del Massimo Opera House.
The history of the Palace
Around the second half of the fifteenth century Antonio Temine, judge of the Grand Court and praetor of Palermo, established his residence in Via Bandiera, promoting the construction of an imposing crenellated palace with a high tower. The residence of the praetor soon became a point of reference for the people of Palermo; even the presence of the flags that stood out on the tower, for centuries one of the highest in the city, gave the current name to the road that since the Middle Ages is one of the main roads for urban circulation.
Late Gothic, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicism and Neo-Gothic are present in the palace where it is possible to perceive the thrilling experience of experiencing history through many eras, like in a time machine.
Services: Staying in the heart of the city of Palermo
Inside the building there is an apartment for short rentals elegantly furnished and equipped for 4 people (two bedrooms with two bathrooms plus kitchen, dining room, living room and entrance) equipped with all comforts: free wi-fi, air conditioning in all environments, washing machine, dishwasher, digital TV.
Price upon request
Places of interest nearby:
Massimo Theater, Vucciria Historical Market, Church of San Domenico, Salinas Archaeological Museum