Welcome to Palermo, a city with a centuries-old history.Thanks to its geographical position and to the fertility of its territory it has been the object of multiple conquests, undergoing numerous foreign dominations. To the Phoenicians who founded it in the VII century A.C, to the Byzantines, to the Arabs, to the Normans and to the Spaniards, Palermo owes an intercultural soul visible in the different artistic styles of the monuments and in street food. Visiting Palermo is like reliving the past through different historical periods; each corner is distinguished by monuments, churches and palaces that tell the city over the centuries. Palermo is waiting for you … and a guided tour with one of our local guides will be a UNIQUE experience.
HALF DAY 4 hoursMonuments: Four Corners, Pretoria Square and fountain,Pretorio Palace, Unesco Martorana (interior and exterior) and San Cataldo (exterior) churches, Cathedral Unesco (interior and exterior), Cassaro, Capo market, Massimo theater (exterior)
FULL DAY hoursMonuments: Norman Palace and Chapel Palatin (interior and exterior), Ballarò market, San Giovanni degli Eremiti (interior and exterior), Palermo Cathedral (interior and exterior) Unesco, Cassaro,four corners, Pretoria suqare and fountain, Pretorio Palace, Unesco Martorana inside and outside) and San Cataldo (exterior) churches (, Kalsa district with Piazza Marina and surroundings.
info and booking firstname.lastname@example.orgEntrance fees to monuments not included NOTE: The Norman Palace is visited on Monday, Friday and Saturday and Sunday morning. Sunday afternoon closed. Palatine Chapel every day. Except Sunday morning. ON REQUEST YOU CAN CHANGE ROYAL PALACE WITH OTHER MONUMENT
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