Historical Palace located in the city centre
The oldest public building in Italy
Dated back to the end of the 12th Century this majestic Palace was the hearth of the town's political power. It has a quadrangular plant with a beautiful central courtyard and was protected by four corner towers of which nowdays only two remain.
The most prestigious salon is the Chapel of Notaries that can accommodate up to 40 people. It boasts four spectacular communicating rooms covered by cap vaults built on gothic arch, decorated with paintings by famous painters of Verona in the 18th Century. It is considered a real jewel.