The Podere Palazzo Illica is located 2 kilometers far from Castell'Arquato (Piacenza) in the San Lorenzo area:: near the thermal complexes in Bacedasco, Salsomaggiore, Tabiano and Castell'Arquato, where one may visit the Viscount's Fortress and the Collegiate church.
Podere Palazzo Illica is an old seventeenth-century palace which belonged to Diogene Illica, father of Luigi Illica (librettist of Puccini, Bellini and Mascagni), Its architectural structure, as well as the indoor areas and furnishings, have been preserved throughout the centuries.
The team of Podere Palazzo Illica has one common passion: their love for this unique, inviting and serene place. Our goal: to offer a unique experience where history meets nature and relaxation becomes an experience.
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Palazzo Illica is a seventeenth-century palace, rectangular in plan and built out of terracotta and sandstone. In 1800 it was transformed into a villa and it belonged to the family of Luigi Illica (who was the librettist of Puccini, Bellini and Mascagni)...