Palazzo Re Enzo is a palace in the city of Bologna, Italy. It was built in the mid 13th century as an extension of a nearby palace which had proven insufficient for the rule makers of Bologna. The palace gets its name from a man who was held prisoner there for a number of years, Enzio of Sardinia. The building has been renovated many times over the years and its gothic facade dates back to the 20th century.
The palace is situated in the centre of the city at the Piazza Maggiore, the local bus services stop near the palace, take the 14, 19, 25 or 27 to the ‘Rizzoli’ stop.
Opening Times and Admission
The palace is only open to the public when an exhibition is being held there.