Palazzo Isolani a great history in the heart of the city of Bologna
Overlooking Santo Stefano Square (also known as the Square of the Seven Churches), Palazzo Isolani offers since centuries its porches to one of the most beautiful walks around Bologna. But the architectural complex of whom Palazzo Isolani is the fulcrum, conceals many other treasures inside.
The eighteenth-century rooms of the ground floor, destined today to exclusive events of Isolani Meeting , are richly painted and decorated with damask upholstery and decorated with paintings and furniture of the family. The portraits of the Isolani family and the family of the King of Naples Giacomo Murat, with which the Isolani even married in the early nineteenth century, give a majestic solemnity at the location, ideal for receptions, weddings, cocktail parties and gala dinners as well as conferences, events business, seminars, workshops and press conferences.