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Palazzo Salis e museo senza frontiere

Salis 3, 23037 Tirano, Italy
0039.340.0640653
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Ranked #4 of 10 Attractions in Tirano
Type: Museums
Owner description: The red swiss UNESCO train ends in TIRANO a relevant political centre in the 16the century. In the...
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Type: Museums
Owner description: The red swiss UNESCO train ends in TIRANO a relevant political centre in the 16the century. In the ancient centre the magnificent Palazzo Salis (16th century),can now be visited with its all fresco and plasterwork decorated rooms,furnished and fit out with precious documents like the original count letter by the emperor Leopold I. A cosy barock church and a rare italian style garden complete the visit. Special promotion 2011 offers guided tour of Palazzo Salis + typical lunch for 20 € per person.--------------------------Il trenino rosso UNESCO arriva a Tirano, antica cittadinadina e crocevia di grande importanza commerciale attorno al 16° secolo. Nel cuore del centro storico si trova l'imponente palazzo Salis (1600), sede dell’antica e potente famiglia Salis governatori della valtellina. Il palazzo può essere oggi visitato nel circuito museale di 10 sale affrescate,arredate ed allestire con importanti documenti quali il diploma comitale dell'imperatore Leopoldo I d'Asburgo.La chiesa barocca ed il raro prezioso giardino all’italiana completan la visita. Una promozione speciale 2011 offre la visita guidata al palazzo + pranzo valtellinese a 20 € per persona.

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 23, 2014

I had seen the Palazzo Salis in the past from the outside, and visited it for the first time this year. It seems like an unassuming building, but once inside it offers so much more than expected. There's a lot of history attached to this palazzo and only by doing the tour can it truly come to life, to realise... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 22, 2014

We were lucky enough for the girls on the front desk to insist on us visiting this place. Great little find. The work that has gone into this renovation is amazing. If you only have two hours to spare until you board the Benina Express, well worth the visit. About a 7 minute casual stroll from the station. 7 Euros... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 25, 2013

The Palazzo Salis is very nicely renovated. The audio guide is very well done and gives the visitors not only a good understanding of the palace, but also of the historic background of the Salis familiy.

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