Discover Palermo like an open-air museum by bike with a bike tour with audio guide.
You will have the opportunity to customize your bike tour and choose your route. All this is possible thanks to the help of the Seecily Tourism audio guide that offers you routes traced on a map. You can discover one of the largest historical centers in Europe, enter the heart of the ancient markets of the city such as Ballarò, Capo and Vucciria.
You will be free to visit, in full autonomy, the ancient road system of Arab origin of the historic center that will reveal enchanting landscapes and unique views. Also among the monuments of our audio guide are included those of the Arab-Norman route. How it works: the rental of the bike and the audio guide is done at our office a few steps from the cathedral.
- THE 10 AUDIO GUIDE ROUTES PALERMO:
- Cassaro Route: Quattro Canti, Corso Vittorio Emanuele, Bologni square, Unesco Cathedral;
- Capo Route: Cathedral, Beati Paoli square, Capo Market, street food, Immaculate Conception Church, Porta Carini, theatre Massimo, Maqueda street;
- Ballarò Route: Quattro Canti, Church of San Giuseppe dei Teatini, Pretoria square, Pretorio Plalace, Pretoria Fountain, Church of Jesus, Ballarò Market, Street Food;
- Unesco route: Cathedral, Palazzo dei Normanni and Palatine Chapel, Church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti and cloister, Church of San Cataldo, Church of Martorana;
- Route Pretoria: Praetorian fountain , Genius of Palermo, Pretoria fountain, Piazza Bellini, church of San Cataldo, Church of Martorana;
- Kalsa Route 1 : GAM Museum, Genius statue of Palermo in Piazza Rivoluzione, magione church, Spasimo church, Kalsa district, Santa Maria della Pietà church, Abatellis palace; K
- Kalsa Route 3: GAM Museum, church santa Maria della Pietà, buca della Salvezza, Antica Focacceria San Francesco, church of San Francesco;
- Route Vucciria 1 : Vucciria market, Church of San Domenico, via Bandiera, via Maqueda, quattro Canti;
- Route Vucciria 2: statue of the Genius of Palermo, Porto della Cala, church of San Domenico, Archaeological Museum, Teatro Massimo, Piazza Politeama Teatro Politeama.