A MEETING PLACE

In Palermo

The Theatre

Curtains up. In Palermo, drama is a cherished art form - and we wanted to stage our play, too. The Bottega is our stage, but also a foyer where you can enjoy yourself. You can sit on the old velvet seats restored for the occasion, look behind the big blue curtain that reveals the actors: our handmade shoes. Here, between original traditional pieces, such as papier-mâché masks from the 50s and an old puppet from the 40s, the atmosphere will take you back in time. Round the corner, the immense Politeama Theatre. Come and visit us.

Men’s handmade shoes in Palermo | Velasca

OPENING HOURS

Tuesday - Saturday
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sunday and Monday
Closed
Men’s handmade shoes in Palermo | Velasca

ADDRESS

Via Gaetano Daita 26
90139 Palermo
bottega.palermo@velasca.com
Customer Service:
+1 929 384 6040

Privacy policy
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Men’s handmade shoes in Palermo | Velasca

HOW TO GET THERE

Bus 101, 102, 104,
108, 731, 806
Men’s handmade shoes in Palermo | Velasca

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MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
In this Bottega you can visit us by making an appointment from Tuesday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Check the calendar and book your visit.
You can also book by: writing to hello@velasca.com or calling +1 929 384 6040

The Velasca experience


Men’s handmade shoes in Palermo | Velasca
Try
All the garments you like the most.
Men’s handmade shoes in Palermo | Velasca
Choose
To either purchase at our Bottega or our online shop.
Men’s handmade shoes in Palermo | Velasca
Enjoy
Our hospitality, from begging to end.
Men’s handmade shoes in Palermo | Velasca
Exchange in Bottega
Every Monday through Friday.

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