Located in the beating heart of Bologna, Palazzo Gregorini Bingham is the perfect place to discover all the countless wonders of this welcoming, erudite and vibrant city. The Palace dates back to the eighteenth century, but when Adelaide Gregorini and Riccardo Bingham, her husband and Count of Lucan and Peerage of England, acquired it, the Palace was renovated. The work began in 1826 and finished some time later with the magnificent decoration of the ceilings, whose superb beauty still leaves one breathless to this day. At Palazzo Gregorini Bingham, the journey into the world of nineteenth-century art begins with the magnificent staircase which leads to the suites: a journey which crosses the original frescoes on the vaults, marmorino and splendid wooden decorations. Everywhere one looks, there is a piece of art: from the stairs to the ceiling, from the floors to the walls. [show more...]