Walking along Corso Vittorio Emanuele, passing by Piazza Bologni, you will reach the Cathedral, dedicated to the Virgin. It is a monument of great architectural interest, rich in works of great value and where Federico II, the most famous Norman king, was buried. A few minutes meters away, there is the Norman Palace. A sumptuous palace built by Arabs during the ninth century and then enlarged during the Norman domination. This building offers a beautiful view of towers and marble staircases, a grand hall and the mosaics of the Palatine Chapel, unique all over the world.