Pallavicini Palace is one of the senatorial palace of Bologna and since the Middle Ages have played a significant role in the economic, political and cultural history of the city, until it became the count marshal Gian Luca Pallavicini residence, legato of the Empress Maria Teresa of Austria at the end of the eighteenth century. Crowned heads, princes and monsignors were hosted in its halls, magnificent concerts, banquets and receptions were organized and from march 1770 the young W.A. Mozart performed for the Academy of Music, guests in Pallavicini Palace: it is the perfect location to set up a unique event, out of cliches and in the heart of the city.
You can hold a closed doors guided tour, together with a breakfast or a cocktail; or you can use the available halls for conventions or presentations in a uncomparable scenery with the possibility to receive guests in a unique place and combine to the event a private guided tour.
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