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North Sicily

Palermo

Sicily's capital is a city like no other. Its energy, beauty and atmosphere are unique. The city's history is extraordinary, spanning the centuries with different powers ruling and leaving their mark on the very fabric of the town. You'll see stunning architecture throughout, and can enjoy some of the very best food in Sicily, with Street Food being a highlight.

Palermo

Things to see in Palermo

There are so many treasures in Palermo, that leaving your villa – even for a few hours – is well worth it. Organise a trip to Palazzo Reale, to the cathedral, Palazzo Abatellis, Teatro Massimo or Teatro Politeama. Or explore the magical atmospheres of the markets, Quattro Canti and Piazza delle Vergogna. Visiting Palermo is a must if you're in the area.

Did you know?

Discover more about the town's past and present! One of Italy's largest cities, Palermo is rich in history and traditions, as well as beautiful buildings. Ancient markets, impressive theatres and an enviable Botanic Garden are just some of the highlights.

Things to do in Palermo

A few hints as to how to pass the time with fun activities. If you love the beach then you must visit Mondello, famous for its crystal-clear waters and white sand. Monte Pellegrino is the best spot for a panoramic view of the city and the sea. During your trip don't forget to try the delicious street food, or visit one of the many museums and churches in the city.

Don't miss

A few things that we love – don't miss these during your time in Sicily! For a gastronomic experience like no other – other than the street food – you can't miss Sicilian pastries such as cannoli, or an aperitivo with local delicacies. You should also visit some of the many churches in the city!

Find your way around Sicily

Wondering where everything is? Here's some help! Let our interactive map help you plan your holiday in Sicily.

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Experiences in North Sicily

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