Palermo Travel Guide


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    Palermo, Italy is spotted almost year round under the heat of the rising sun, where winters are so mild and not too wet, compared to the rising temperature of summer, making the city being one of the warmest cities in Europe. The real atmosphere that covers the whole city is unimaginably full of won...

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Hotels in Palermo (184 Hotels) See All Palermo Hotels

  • Massimo Plaza

    Massimo Plaza is among the best, premium places to stay in Palermo. Beautifully situated nearby Alfredo Nocera - Food & Wine Tours, StrEat Palermo Tour and Teatro Massimo...

  • Locanda del Gagini

    With Guida Turistica Palermo Private Tours, Oratorio di Santa Cita by Serpotta and Oratory of the Rosary of St. Cita (Oratorio del Rosario di Santa Cita) readily found cl...

  • Palazzo Pantaleo

    Palazzo Pantaleo is one of the best places to stay in Palermo and a three star hotel. Beautifully located close to Coffee & chocolate, Teatro Politeama and Barrale Gioiel...

  • Palazzo Brunaccini

    Spotted in Palermo, Palazzo Brunaccini is a luxury hotel opportunely located alongside Biblioteca Comunale DI Palermo, Chiesa del Gesu and Chiesa di Santa Chiara. Many ot...

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  • Palazzo Chiaramonte

    Palazzo Chiaramonte

    Piazza Marina

    Palazzo Chiaramonte-Steri is a historical palace in Palermo, Sicily, southern Italy. The building w...

    Attractions, Historical Sites, Arts and Culture, Landmarks and Points Of Interest
  • Stanze Al Genio

    Stanze Al Genio

    Via Giuseppe Garibal...

    Attractions, Arts and Culture
  • Oratory Of The Rosary Of St. Cita

    Oratory Of The Rosar...

    Via Valverde 3

    Attractions, Historical Sites, Arts and Culture
  • Santa Maria Dell'ammiraglio

    Santa Maria Dell'amm...

    Piazza Bellini 3

    Attractions, Arts and Culture, Landmarks and Points Of Interest, Historical Sites

About Palermo

Palermo, Italy is spotted almost year round under the heat of the rising sun, where winters are so mild and not too wet, compared to the rising temperature of summer, making the city being one of the warmest cities in Europe. The real atmosphere that covers the whole city is unimaginably full of wonders that people did not expect to witness. It is cocooned in the mountains surrounding the area, which makes nature to still be their resources, for survival of the inhabitants and other living specifies.Despite the very relaxing ambiance this city has to offer for those who would like to experience a very cooling getaway, the city is bustling with over 1 million inhabitants occupying every available space. However, this place could still accommodate more tourists, especially those travelers who would like to take the chances of experiencing the regional capital of Sicily to its finest. Because of its location that is accessible by boats, the city has become the center of colonization. The invaders of the city have contributed so much of its very diverse and rich culture, even the fastest growing speed of economic development. The influential invaders have left their marks in the architectural designs, the religious practices, the educational system, which make the whole city more interesting to visit. Most evident is the influences of the Italian cuisines with those secret ingredients that you could only savor here in Palermo. The local dishes are indeed delicious and enticing to taste because of the unique flavors. The citrus fruits like the lemons and oranges are renowned from this city, which made the flavorful twists on their local dishes. Visiting Palermo could take you to a new place where locals have different dialects to use because of the influences of the invaders and the present immigrants. You could find restaurants that are serving many different international dishes. There were certain parts of this city that have remained untouched because they would like to preserve the damages caused by the bombings in the world wars. Palaces and churches that have been beautifully structured were not yet faded and obviously does not belong in the 21st century, yet these old structures have been one of the major attractions captivating tourists to visit the place. You could see many delightful views along the public streets where the locals have displayed their talents in paintings and other artistic works. Chapels in Palermo were also displayed as one of the most important contributions of the Spanish invaders to the city. Because of so many invaders who conquered and settled in the cities past life, you would understand the various types of locals you could meet along the way. You would find it very interesting in learning their way of life and their differences in their beliefs and cultures. The diverse types of inhabitants are indeed very entertaining. Overall, Palermo is a home of historical landmarks. It is also the center of financial, touristic, and commercial life. The beautiful sightings are indeed very much enticing for people to stick around in getting more of what this place can offer.

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