We kicked off our Sicilian trip with a 3 day stay in Palermo at the Palazzo Montevago. We were completely blown away and charmed by the gracious hospitality extended to us by Giovanni. Nothing was a problem for him. His Palazzo is indeed as beautiful as in the pictures portrayed on his website. His continuous restoration has produced a gorgeous... More
- Also Known As:
- Palazzo Montevago Palermo, Sicily
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The building of sixteenth-century origin, as testified by the elegant portal with archivolt that leans out on via del Bosco, was born as dwelling of Paolo Caggio, who founded here the Accademia dei solitari (Academy of the solitary ones). The original plant was subsequently restructured in the mid of eighteen-century under the project of the architect Giovanni Filingeri, brother of that Pietro's Filingeri. ... more less
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