Villino Florio, Palermo

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  • Very nice on the outside and placed in one of the most beautiful streets of Palermo, inside however did not remain almost nothing of the antique furniture and the wallpaper was reproduced. Belle towers and roofs.
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  • Villino Florio is really nice! Unfortunately after a fire much of the Interior were rebuilt, then you have to work very fancy. It is well kept and pretty much entirely visitable, including roofs.
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  • In my entire life and often passing from here by car I never paused to visit this architectural beauty. Starting in the meantime by a beautiful garden, a large and well looked after we visit in all its beauty in. .. Although there is no long the original wooden furniture and other infrastructure to cause fire in the past, the complexity of the turret and the views are stunning, not to mention the "smoking/game" and microcappella to pray ... Courteous and knowledgeable .... really a micro Park in the middle of the city ... Nice ...
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  • Villa Florio, unique beauty more than rare located within the parco della zisa. This Art Nouveau building designed by the famous architect Ernesto Basile and built at the turn of the 800 and 900 (Liberty style) is one of the nicest buildings to visit in Palermo! Must See! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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  • The Villa Florio is definitely worth seeing. I am from Palermo é I always have but I recommend them to anyone who needs to take a vacation. Designed by Ernesto Basile, has all its charm. Although it was burned by the same owner for ugly Economic Affairs, the region of Sicily has been completely restored and now you can enjoy all its splendor.
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  • For my taste nice but nothing special. Art Nouveau. Staff a bit listless.
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  • Very nice building. Interesting from a historical point of view. and artistic.
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  • Important work by Ernesto Basile, built by Vincenzo Florio, represented the island's early 900 entrepreneurs. It belonged to his family the tuna of Favignana, restored and open to the public still. Palace to visit
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