In compliance with the DPCM on O4/11/2O2O the Conserva di valverde will remain closed until further notice
Our Association manages Conserva di Valverde (Bagni di Mario)
A Renaissance period cistern (1564) made by the palermitan architect, Tommaso Laureti, and designed as a water supply for the Fountain of Neptune.
The cistern is shaped like an octagon, with four blind tunnels that go into the hill and three connected cisterns. One considerably beautiful detail is the aeration chimney, completely covered in centuries of calcium deposits.
You can visit to the viewpoint with the Card, by donating 5€ or more, valid for one access.
Donation reduction: 3€ instead of 5€ :
– guys from 10 to 18 years
– over 65
– school classes
– children under 10 years, with family
– disabled (with exception of those who have severe deambulation problems, since the access is through a spiral staircase)
– guide and journalists (with valid profession card)
From the 1st February the Valverde Cistern will be open from Monday to Sunday from 9.30am – 13.00pm and 2.30pm – 6pm
You can access without reservation.
Donate and get the Card in our meeting point.
Are you a tour guide and wish to reserve a visit to the Valverde Cistern?
The Valverde Cistern can be visited every day from 9.00 to 21.00
For reservations and/or info, write us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in visiting the Valverde Cistern and need a tour guide?
For reservations and/or a tour guide on the date of your choice, write us at: email@example.com