LA CASA DEL PIANISTA
LA CASA DEL PIANISTA is just a few steps from the center of Noto (SR) furnished with style and comfort, perfect for a holiday in the baroque setting.
The house is on two levels and is composed of an elegant bedroom with sofa bed and ground floor, it also has a double bedroom, a bathroom and a terrace on the first floor.
It can only accommodate one family with two children. Free WiFi and air-conditioned rooms.
A few meters from the hotel, the Royal Arch gives access to the historic center bars, restaurants, ice cream parlors and supermarkets.
And a few kilometers away are the beautiful beaches of Marzamemi, San Lorenzo and Riserva di Vendicari.
NOTO called The «Capital of the Baroque», its historic center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2002. Forced to stop in this wonderful city where historical buildings, monuments with harmonious forms, and urban architecture they give a smell that almost borders on fiction. From the ROYAL DOOR, an impacting triumphal arch dating back to the 19th century, built and built for the visit of the King of the Two Sicilies, Ferdinando II leads to the main axis that runs through the entire historic center
THE CATHEDRAL OF SAN NICOLO ’: The beautiful and imposing Cathedral of San Nicolò is the main center of worship and historically the most important, and seems to dominate the entire historic center. Baroque jewel of the eighteenth century subjected to numerous renovations over the centuries, the last in the nineteenth century with the construction of the Dome by Cassone
PALAZZO NICOLACI: The Palace of the Princes of Nicolaci, one of the highest representations of the Baroque style in the world! Recently it has been restored to its former glory, it is a structure that represents in its entirety the artistic wealth, and the magnificence of the historic center! An imposing portal and two large iconic columns, surmounted by a balcony with stone corbels, depicting grotesque figures, characterize the façade
CHURCH OF SANTA CHIARA: a baroque architecture of the highest quality. Designed by the Syracuse-born architect Rosario Gagliardi in 1730, it was completed in 1758 and annexed to the former convent of the Benedictine Sisters, now the civic museum of Noto. The interior of the church, with numerous decorations, putti and stuccos, is considered one of the most important in Sicily for the Baroque architectural style. Don’t miss the view from the terrace of this building.
The advice is to walk discovering the baroque lanes and the alleys of the city that give an enchanting scenery. There are so many attractions that Noto offers you: Palazzo Ducezio, the Church of S.s. Salvatore, Villa D’Ercole … Lose yourself in these shores … It is the most beautiful way to discover and experience this Enchanting City!
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