You feel like returned to middle ages.
Now it is one of the administrative buildings in the old town.
We visited Radda in Chianti on weekend and this palace was closed, but another good thing was happened. There took place the wine festival in the town and all happened near the palace.
This is a beautiful hill town. It is more commercial, meaning it has more stores, than for example, Certaldo. But the beauty is present everywhere you walk. This Palazzo is an example, with a large square lying before it. We spent a wonderful morning just wandering around the narrow cobbled streets. Don't miss an "underground" series of alleys apparently dating...
The Palazzo is only one of several quaint, historical buildings in this beautiful town. The town is not big and the lovely alleys and the tiny square can be viewed in little over an hour. A must if one is in the area.