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Monumental complex* of Monreale’s Cathedral and cloister

Monumental complex* of Monreale’s Cathedral and cloister

A complete visit of the cathedral complex and of the ex – Benedictine Monastery , founded by the Norman king William II in 1174 and recognized by Unesco ‘Hertage of the World’*.

Meeting point:
Piazza Guglielmo II, Monreale

Duration:
2 hours

End of itinerary:
Piazza Guglielmo II, Monreale

Mean of transportation:
Walking tour on foot

Cost of guided tour:
€ 130,00

Inside visits and extra costs:
Monreale’s cathedral: entrance for more than 9 people € 4,00 per person; free under 14; school children € 1,00 per person
Monreale’s Cloister: Entrance fee € 6,00 per person ; free under 18 and school children.
Radio guides rental : € 1.50 for groups formed by more than 20 people

Difficulty of itinerary:
Low

Departure:
On request info@palermoguide.it

Language:
On request info@palermoguide.it

Notes:
Possible limitation to inside visits due to religious ceremonies or extraordinary events will be communicated directly by the guide.

 

With this offer, AGT only guarantees that the tourist guides that provide the service are qualified and qualified guides, regularly registered in the list of tourist guides of the Sicilian Region and declines any responsibility for services that do not comply with current legal requirements. The tour guide who carries out the tour is personally and directly responsible for the correct execution of the service as well as for the compliance with the regulations in force for the provision of the service also in terms of tax and insurance.

*

“All the buildings part of the ‘Arabic Norman site in Palermo and the cathedrals of Cefalù and Monreale’ represent a material example of coexistence , interaction and exchange among cultures of historical and geographical heterogenous origin .
This syncretism generated an architectural and artistic original style, considered of an exceptional universal value , a style that sees Byzantine , Islamic and Latin elements admirably fused and able each time to create rare combinations of an outstanding artistic value and example of full integration.
The Arabic-Norman syncretism had a great impact in the middle ages , and it significantly contributed to the creation of a Mediterranean koinè , that was the fundamental condition that brought to the development of the modern Mediterranean-European civilization”.
(Candidacy dossier for the application to the World Heritage List of the serial site Arabic–Norman Palermo and the cathedrals of Cefalù and Monreale, December 2014)

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