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Palazzo Nicolaci

Via Nicolaci, Noto, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

So worth a visit, especially on a rainy day when you need something indoors. Free to wander through the beautiful rooms and very few people around, so it felt more intimate. Some manikins in period costumes that were amazing- even my 22 year old son...More

Thank 414ajf1
Reviewed 2 April 2017

This "palazzo" was highly recommended to me but I was some what disappointed. Staff was not forthcoming and the interior is not really worth a visit.

Thank Travelling C
Reviewed 26 October 2016

Most of the palazzo's cannot be visited --this one can and is definitely worh it --And do not forget the courtyard and the great carvings that adorn the building-definitely a must for phtographers

Thank John201547
Reviewed 26 October 2016

We liked this Duomo with its frescoed ceilings and works of art through the church and would have like to visit longer but a wedding was preparing to be held. At least we got to see some though

Thank Tony D
Reviewed 20 October 2016

Before going to South East Sicily I noted a number of Palazzos that Id like to visit. When you get there you realise that largely its not going to happen because most of the have fallen into disrepair and subsequently are closed. From that perspective...More

Thank Familyfella
Reviewed 18 October 2016

The sculptures on the stone beams supporting the balconies are fantastic, they are the absolute MUST-SEE in Noto. And this view is free of charge. On the contrary, visiting the inside costs 4 EUR p person and there is not much about it...

1  Thank pietro b
Reviewed 13 October 2016

Nicolaci Palace was the residence of a rich Sicilian banker who lived in the first half of the 18th century. Part of the building now houses the town library. The rest is open for public visitation; it is a beautiful palace with agreeable interiors, baroque...More

1  Thank Sorin D
Reviewed 3 May 2016

This small palace was the home of a very rich tuna magnate and he created a fascinating place to visit. Though certainly not to everyone's decorative taste, the rooms are well worth seeing. Of particular value is a visit to the balcony outside the Dance...More

1  Thank Alan H
Reviewed 30 March 2016

With few euros, we had the chances to visit a real Sicilian palace. Since that the palace become a government propriety important works were done and the palace is now very well preserved. The are several rooms to visit, the room for music, room for...More

1  Thank lolo_lolo72
Reviewed 25 December 2015

charming greeting and offered an English guide book to borrow for my tour. It's not disability friendly as all palazzo rooms on 3rd floor. The ceramic floors are amazing and the ceiling in the dance hall magnificent. Great views from the blaconies

1  Thank Susan J
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ciao, puoi indicarmi gli orari delle visite. grazie
10 February 2016|
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Response from BacibyMaci | Reviewed this property |
Il Palazzo Nicolaci, fino al 1 marzo 2016, è aperto al pubblico tutti i giorni (da lunedì a domenica) dalle ore 10:00 alle ore 13:00 e dalle ore 15:30 alle ore 17:30; è sempre possibile concordare (al di là degli orari di... More
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