This Palazzo is still owned by the original family and, for a small charge, open to the public. Grand rooms full of ornate furniture and collections, including some rather unique ones like “the finest collection of bouillon cups in Italy.” Visiting here offers a change from Cathedrals and museums. The grotto wine shop below street level is charming and the ticket price inludes a glass of wine.
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