Vittorio Emanuele Apartment
- Modern apartment on the third floor of a noble building
- Comfortable for families
- In the heart of the historic centre of Palermo
- Airport Palermo 31km-19,57miles
- Central train Station 1km-0,62miles
- Car not necessary
- 2 bedroom with double beds
- 2 ensuite bathrooms
- Fully equipped kitchen
Vittorio Emanuele Apartment is a luxurious aristocratic apartment located within the majestic and historic Palazzo Valentino, situated in the historic centre of Palermo.
This historic apartment is perfect for those who want to visit the city of Palermo without having to use a car. A few meters from your home, you will find the characteristic Vucciria market, Piazza San Domenico, Church of San Domenico, the Cathedral of Palermo, the Teatro Massimo, and the Quattro Canti. In addition, the area is well connected with bus lines that will allow you to reach the various areas of the city, such as the famous Mondello beach.
Vittorio Emanuele Apartment is located on the top floor of the sumptuous Palazzo Valentino. It has recently been renovated and tastefully furnished by the owner, who has left nothing to chance, making the house functional and elegant. It comprises a living room that doubles as a dining room, two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, a second bathroom and a well-equipped kitchen.
The apartment is ideal for spending a relaxing and luxurious holiday in the heart of the city of Palermo.
Pets are not allowed. Parties and/or Events are not allowed.
Refundable security deposit euro 500. Extra cleaning on request. Change of sheets and towels on request. Tourist tax to be paid on site
Corleone is a small-town rich in history located a few kilometres from Palermo, surrounded by a magnificent naturalistic setting. Worth seeing are the enchanting Two Rocks Waterfall, the Mother Church dating back to 1700 and the International Center for Documentation on the Mafia. In the surroundings of Corleone, we recommend to nature lovers a visit to the Ficuzza Nature Reserve.
On the slopes of Mount Caputo, a stone’s throw from Palermo lies the Norman town of Monreale. A wonderful place full of history, like an open-air museum. What makes it famous and recognisable is certainly its majestic cathedral, dedicated to Santa Maria la Nova, in Arab-Norman style.
The second most important Byzantine work in the world and part of the Unesco heritage. The town is built around this jewel, and it is interesting to walk through its streets and note how different ethnic groups contributed to its enrichment; such as Arabs, Byzantines, Normans and Spaniards.
Adjacent to the cathedral is the monastery of San Benedetto, just a few steps away is the diocesan museum with its frescoes, and its great highlight is the belvedere over the entire valley of the ‘Conca d’oro’, a magical view of the city of Palermo and surrounding areas.