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There is interesting history here about the first queen of Italy who ruled briefly from Taormina and there is also an excellent display of marionettes and a beautiful carriage in the tourist office which is housed in the lower level of the Palazzo.
You can come in here on your way round Taormina. It’s just next to the church on the Corso. It’s historical but there’s not really much to see although there was an art exhibition on when we visited. You’ll likely be passing by anyway so...More
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
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
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
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.