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This is slightly out of the way but still walkable. If you are interested in history / architecture this building is worth visiting and we enjoyed it. The ticket price in EUR 6 plus an audio guide for EUR 5 (you need to leave ID...More
A worhtwhile building for the architecture alone, a mix of norman and byzantine. The ceiling paintings and stone carvings are exquisite, while the (underused) exhibition space showed some original crafted wooden partitions.
The garden is in use by the local neighbourdhood and neglected, but the...More
This is such a missed opportunity for the locals to have something truly amazing. With a bit of care and money, a restoration of the gardens and water features would very much enhance this experience. The structure is there, ready for it to happen. I...More
We wasted time wandering off to this Tourist attraction. The staff were friendly enough and we too paid €6 each.
There was very little useful information about the history and what there was, was in Italian. We got more info from our guide book.
A little of the beaten track, this building tells a remarkable story of how the Normans quickly adapted to a Mediterranean lifestyle of wine and dancers.
The building itself was cleverly designed to be comfortable in the hottest weather, using many of the features that...More
As my husband loves all things Arab we had to go there! Walking through the underside of Palermo to get there was pretty revolting, garbage everywhere, dog 'doo's' as well - but when you get here, its like a little haven of tranquility in a...More
Luckily, we were staying nearby in an apartment we rented, not the best neighbourhood, but feels ok, to live near the locals, we found the palace, and we went in to visit, also try to visit the next door Capella from the S.S. Trinita, from...More
Spend your money somewhere else! It’s a nice building. The most beautiful part is free: the outer facade and the view on the castle from the garden. The exposition inside wasn’t worth the ticket and the posted information was >90% in Italian only. The terrace...More
The place was beautiful once . ONCE! This one is empty , the most part of it is closed don't know why. The lushful gardens that existed are no more. The entrance fee for 6 euros was too expensive in order to see nothing. We...More