It is located in Via di Monte Giordano, in the heart of ancient Rome, between Piazza Navona and Castel Sant’Angelo. It was built in the XV century on the ruins of Giordano Orsini’s Fortress (also quoted by Dante in his epic poem Divine Comedy, Inferno XVIII,99), from where the Orsini family could dominate the City up to the banks of the Tiber River.
The Halls situated in the Baroque wing are gorgeously decorated with antique furniture; there is also a remarkable picture Gallery hosting prestigious collections, particularly by Sebastiano Ricci and the German Baroque painter Philipp Peter Roos (aka Rosa da Tivoli). In this Palace you can be enchanted by the charm and elegance of Roman ancient buildings.
Palazzo Taverna is the ideal place where to organize cocktails, working lunches, and high-class business meetings.