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Why Michelangelo chose Centro Storico
Ideally located in the heart of Palermo , for those who have interest in cultural or peaceful and fun. The recently renovated house is situated in a historic building , whose original construction dates from the late sixteenth century. VI is accessed by a beautiful courtyard , private, and protected by an automatic gate , where you can park your car. E ' equipped with every comfort, nice and completely renovated to very little. The house is located in a strategic point just a few meters from the train station , 50 meters from the bus stop including that which leads to the beautiful and famous beach of Mondello , just 50 meters from the central Via Roma , the main street for shopping ; and close to other shopping streets of the city. On foot you can visit all the major monuments of the historic center . Also for those who love the nightlife , 50 meters there are several clubs, pubs and restaurants that enliven the evenings Palermo , destination of many young and old .
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It is accessed from Via Roma coming from the train station is the 6th street on right.Depending 30 meters from Via Roma.
From the airport by taxi or bus that leaves only a few meters away from the square of the railway station.
By car from any direction, just take it as a reference to the train station and then follow the directions above.
Leaning on a wide bay at the foot of Monte Pellegrino, Palermo was counted in ancient times one of the most flourishing cities of the Mediterranean. Despite signs of un'incuria long-term, is now a very charming city that hides real gems of art, inherited from periods of splendor Arab normammi and Spanish. The imposing Palace of the Normans, the Palatine Chapel, the wealth of the Arab-Norman style, with wooden ceiling with stalactites and mosaics (XII sec.) Which are among the most beautiful in the Byzantine art. Other beautiful mosaics can be seen in the Martorana, a twelfth century church, several times. Not far away, the Arab cupolas of San Cataldo, conceal significant floor mosaic Norman. But, one of the most famous buildings of the Norman city, is the church of St. John of the Hermits (1136), topped with five red domes and decorated with a lovely garden which contains the ruins of a cloister. At the intersection of Via Vittorio Emanuele and Via Maqueda, opens the spectacular Piazza Vigliena, known as the Quattro Canti, Palermo symbol of Baroque, represented by the four concave facades of the buildings located at the four corners. Not far away you enter Piazza Pretoria, where the fountain of the sixteenth century is one of the rare examples of Renaissance art in Palermo. In the basement, then, lie the Catacombs of the Capuchins, which contains about eight thousand embalmed bodies of wealthy Palermo, still dressed in their own clothes, gathered here from the seventeenth century to the end of the nineteenth. Do not miss a visit to the Vucciria market, albeit wit