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A guide to visiting Palermo, Sicily

A guide to visiting Palermo – Sicily’s colourful and chaotic capital

Arabic-like markets, dazzling palaces, striking cathederals and an abundance of eateries. My full guide to visiting Palermo, a colourful and chaotic city.

Sicily's capital is hugely underrated as a tourist destination. At the crossroads between Europe and Africa, East and West, Palermo is a unique melting pot of influences. It's got OTT baroque piazzas, medieval streets, palm trees, catacombs, sizzling street food, opera and souk-like markets. Here are my top 15 things not to miss in this fascinating city. #palermo #sicily #italy"

15 Unique Experiences For Your Palermo Bucketlist | The Mediterranean Traveller

Sicily's capital is hugely underrated as a tourist destination. At the crossroads between Europe and Africa, East and West, Palermo is a unique melting pot of influences. It's got OTT baroque piazzas, medieval streets, palm trees, catacombs, sizzling street food, opera and souk-like markets. Here are my top 15 things not to miss in this fascinating city. #palermo #sicily #italy"

Sicily's capital is one of the most underrated tourist destinations in Italy. At the crossroads between Europe and Africa, East and West, Palermo is a unique melting pot of influences. It's got OTT baroque piazzas, medieval streets, palm trees, catacombs, sizzling street food, opera, and souk-like markets. It makes a great city break. Here are my top 15 things not to miss in this fascinating city. #palermo #sicily #italy

15 Unique Experiences For Your Palermo Bucketlist | The Mediterranean Traveller

Sicily's capital is one of the most underrated tourist destinations in Italy. At the crossroads between Europe and Africa, East and West, Palermo is a unique melting pot of influences. It's got OTT baroque piazzas, medieval streets, palm trees, catacombs, sizzling street food, opera, and souk-like markets. It makes a great city break. Here are my top 15 things not to miss in this fascinating city. #palermo #sicily #italy

Sicily's capital is one of the most underrated tourist destinations in Italy. At the crossroads between Europe and Africa, East and West, Palermo is a unique melting pot of influences. It's got OTT baroque piazzas, medieval streets, palm trees, catacombs, sizzling street food, opera, and souk-like markets. It makes a great city break. Here are my top 15 things not to miss in this fascinating city. #palermo #sicily #italy

15 Unique Experiences For Your Palermo Bucketlist | The Mediterranean Traveller

Sicily's capital is hugely underrated as a tourist destination. At the crossroads between Europe and Africa, East and West, Palermo is a unique melting pot of influences. It's got OTT baroque piazzas, medieval streets, palm trees, catacombs, sizzling street food, opera and souk-like markets. Here's what not to miss.

A guide to visiting Palermo, Sicily

A guide to visiting Palermo – Sicily’s colourful and chaotic capital

Arabic-like markets, dazzling palaces, striking cathederals and an abundance of eateries. My full guide to visiting Palermo, a colourful and chaotic city.

I loved Sicily's beguiling (but exhausting) capital city. This sunny Italian city is a gem hidden in plain sight; it boasts a huge number of attractions and is a top foodie destination with historic outdoor markets that are known across Italy, as well as amazing churches, palaces and beaches. Here are 28 photos that will inspire you to visit this underrated Italian city. #palermo #sicily #italy

Palermo: 28 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Sicily's Capital | The Mediterranean Traveller

I loved Sicily's beguiling (but exhausting) capital city. This sunny Italian city is a gem hidden in plain sight; it boasts a huge number of attractions and is a top foodie destination with historic outdoor markets that are known across Italy, as well as amazing churches, palaces and beaches. Here are 28 photos that will inspire you to visit this underrated Italian city. #palermo #sicily #italy

Quattro canti, Palermo, Sicily #palermo #sicilia #sicily

Palermo Cooperazione: la Regione a Marmol, Mia e Biofach

Cooperazione: la Regione a Marmol, Mia e Biofach PALERMO – Un invito alle imprese siciliane a partecipare a tre manifestazioni internazionali arriva dall'Assessorato regionale alla Cooperazione, Commercio, Artigianato e Pesca. Si tratta del “Marmol”, che si svolgerà a Valencia dal 6 al 10...

Cappella Palatina in Palermo #sicily

Cappella Palatina in Palermo: A Tribute to Tolerance - Italian Notes

The Cappella Palatina is one of nine Arab-Norman structures in and around Palermo that celebrate religious and ethnic tolerance.

Church of the Gesu, Casa Professa, Palermo, Sicily, Italy, Europe

How to Find the Best Escorted Tours Of Italy (with 15 Photos)

Discover useful tips to plan escorted tours of Italy, why would you want a escorted tour and what you should ask before anything else. Enjoy the amazing photos!

If you're wondering what the best hostels in Palermo are, you've come to the right place! Deciding where to stay in Palermo can be tricky due to the multitude of options available. I've delved into these hostels and come up with some of the best you should stay in this beautiful city on the Italian island of Sicily. Check it out now! #Travel #Palermo #Italy

12 BEST Hostels In Palermo You Should Stay At! | The Travelling Tom

If you're wondering what the best hostels in Palermo are, you've come to the right place! Deciding where to stay in Palermo can be tricky due to the multitude of options available. I've delved into these hostels and come up with some of the best you should stay in this beautiful city on the Italian island of Sicily. Check it out now! #Travel #Palermo #Italy

There’s a new spirit of optimism in the Sicilian capital, where the hardships of past generations are fading into memory. Travelers can see enlivened city streets, new museums, and renovated palazzi to find a city ready to show a fresh face to the world.

Why You Should Book a Trip to Palermo Now, Before the Rest of the World Does

There’s a new spirit of optimism in the Sicilian capital, where the hardships of past generations are fading into memory. Travelers can see enlivened city streets, new museums, and renovated palazzi to find a city ready to show a fresh face to the world.

Sicily's capital is hugely underrated as a tourist destination. At the crossroads between Europe and Africa, East and West, Palermo is a unique melting pot of influences. It's got OTT baroque piazzas, medieval streets, palm trees, catacombs, sizzling street food, opera and souk-like markets. Here are my top 15 things not to miss in this fascinating city. #palermo #sicily #italy

15 Unique Experiences For Your Palermo Bucketlist | The Mediterranean Traveller

Sicily's capital is hugely underrated as a tourist destination. At the crossroads between Europe and Africa, East and West, Palermo is a unique melting pot of influences. It's got OTT baroque piazzas, medieval streets, palm trees, catacombs, sizzling street food, opera and souk-like markets. Here's what not to miss.

Coffee Roasting Palermo,Italy

Our Experiences from Three Months in Palermo

Food, fire, trash, art and architecture; you get a little of everything on a random walk through Palermo. This city is a lot of things, but "boring" could never be considered one of them. Enjoy our last photographic impressions of Sicily's hectic and beautiful capital city.

Behind medieval walls in a corner of bustling Palermo is a breathtaking former mosque once inhabited by a wolf-taming hermit.

San Giovanni degli Eremiti

Behind medieval walls in a corner of bustling Palermo is a breathtaking former mosque once inhabited by a wolf-taming hermit.

pretoria fountain

Fontana Pretoria, a Palermo Landmark

The Fontana Pretoria, a symbol of Palermo in Sicily, wasn't designed to be in Palermo at all. It's a melange of nude statues, animals, and statues that seem soft and lifelike even if the people aren't naked. And the fountain is in the middle of many more

A top tourist attraction in Palermo is San Giovanni degli Eremiti,  the Monastery of St. John of the Hermits, a mosque turned into a monastery. Feel the calm in the well-reserved cloister, see the inside of the domes.

San Giovanni degli Eremiti

A top tourist attraction in Palermo is San Giovanni degli Eremiti, the Monastery of St. John of the Hermits, a mosque turned into a monastery. Feel the calm in the well-reserved cloister, see the inside of the domes.