Palazzo Durini is a historical listed building of medieval origins and was home to the Counts of Monza. It is located in a quiet residential street in the centre of Milan, just a stone-throw away from Piazza del Duomo.
It is composed of a ground floor of 500 sqm divided into several rooms and a semi-covered courtyard of 350sqm.
The rooms on the ground floor are a sequence of finely decorated rooms with elegant paintings and antique furniture from the renowned Durini collection, suitable for conferences or high-end showrooms.
All the rooms face a beautiful courtyard, in quintessential seventeenth-century Lombardy style, available together with the Palazzo for receptions or gala dinners of up to 300 guests.
Where it isPalazzo Durini
Via Santa Maria Valle
20123 Milano - Italia