The Fernando Botero exhibition will start at Palazzo Pallavicini, via San Felice 24, from the 12 October 2019 to the 10 January 2020

Palazzo Pallavicini is open from Thursday to Sunday, from 11am till 8pm (last entry 7pm).

For further information about the exhibition or if you want to buy tickets online, please click here.

Daily Ticket

Open Ticket


Pallavicini Palace was built on the tradition of the Bolognese Fifteenth century, when under the Bentivoglio dominion it belonged to the Sala family (1493) then in time was owned by the Volta, the Marsili and the Isolani counts, who in 1680 renovated it “in the senatorial architecture”

The origins

A European Court in the heart of Bologna

Mozart at the Palace


Pallavicini Palace is located in via San Felice 24, Bologna


By car:
Follow A14 BO-TA, take the tangenziale, take the fifth exit quartiere Lame and continue on Centro Città
Follow A13 BO-PD, take the tangenziale, take the fifth exit quartiere Lame and continue on Centro Città

Car parks:
Apcoa Parking Riva Reno Via del Rondone 2 – 540 available parking spaces – 600m distance
Traffic zone ZTL – Parking Garage Via San Felice 28 – 30 available parking spaces – 20m distance

By train:
Bologna Centrale railway station

By bus:
From the railway station you can reach us taking those buses:
36 – bus stop ‘Palazzo dello Sport’ 4 min walk 
91 – bus stop ‘Via Riva Reno’ 2 min walk

By plane:
Bologna | Airport”G. Marconi” | Tel. 051-6479615
Shuttle bus BLQ Autobus – 81 

Buy your tickets at the Palace and you will save 10%

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