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Discover the flavors of Palermo

Welcome to Palermo


Palermo is the capital of the Sicily island; an island which is not only the largest in the Mediterranean but which has played one of the most important roles in both the region’s history and current affairs.

Palermo can trace its origins back almost 3000 years, to the times of the seafaring Phoenicians who built the first city here. For the history lover, it’s a very  impressive place to explore; the surrounding areas are full of historic gems and artifacts just waiting to be uncovered. Read More>

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THINGS TO

SEE AND DO

IN PALERMO

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Palermo Group Day Tours 

 
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Palermo Group Walking Tours 

The Sovereign and the People

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Eur 38

Palermo Movida, by night

Eur 48

The Baroque and the Aristocracy

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Eur 38

The Sovereign and the People
Daily h 9.00
Palermo Movida, by night
Daily h 19.00
The Baroque and the Aristocracy
Daily h 14.30
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Wish to ... 

CUSTOMIZE?

Around Sicily Packages

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Friday and Monday | 5 day

Eur 630 pp ground services only

based on a minimum 2 people

#1-Palermo Street Food and Monreale

#2-Erice and Segesta

#3-Piazza Armerina and Agrigento

#4-Modica and Ragusa

#5-Syracusa half day

Saturday and Tuesday | 4 day

Eur 388 pp ground services only

based on a minimum 2 people

#1-Erice and Segesta

#2-Piazza Armerina and Agrigento

#3-Etna Volcano and Taormina

#4-Taormina half day

Sunday and Wednesday | 3 day

Eur 310 pp ground services only

based on a minimum 2 people

#1-Piazza Armerina and Agrigento

#2-Etna Volcano and Taormina

#3-Taormina half day  
 

             Need to MOVE

FROM THE WEST TO THE EAST?

Palermo Private Transfer-Tours 

 
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to: TAORMINA

Stopovers: Agrigento and Piazza Armerina
Approx. Travel Time: 9/10 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Palermo (your hotel)

Drop-off: Taormina (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Agrigento. to visit the finest of all ancient Greek sites—the complete Doric Temples (Admission fee: not included), This afternoon we then continue onto Piazza Armerina to visit the famous Villa Romana del Casale (Admission fee: not included). Built in the middle of the 4th Century AD as a hunting lodge by a Roman patrician (it is not known for sure who the owner was) the Villa is home to some of the best preserved and extensive examples of Roman mosaics spread over around 3500mt. Later onto Taormina.

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to: SYRACUSA

Stopovers: Agrigento and Piazza Armerina
Approx. Travel Time: 9/10 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Palermo (your hotel)

Drop-off: Syracusa (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Agrigento. to visit the finest of all ancient Greek sites—the complete Doric Temples (Admission fee: not included), This afternoon we then continue onto Piazza Armerina to visit the famous Villa Romana del Casale (Admission fee: not included). Built in the middle of the 4th Century AD as a hunting lodge by a Roman patrician (it is not known for sure who the owner was) the Villa is home to some of the best preserved and extensive examples of Roman mosaics spread over around 3500mt. Later onto Syracusa..

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to: AGRIGENTO

Stopovers: Corleone and Platani River Valley
Approx. Travel Time: 8 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Palermo (your hotel)

Drop-off: Agrigento (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and drive to the interior of Sicily in South direction for an off the beaten track experience. Throughout this suggestive scenic drive you will admire several little Villages and will enjoy local life as real Sicilians do. Later onto the Royal Palace in Ficuzza (external view), once used as hunting lodge by Ferdinand IV of Bourbon.

Then to the near town of CorleoneThen we will drive through the Platani River Valley admiring rural landscapes surrounded by the Sikan Mounts. Later we will continue to Agrigento

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to: TAORMINA

Stopovers: Cefalù
Approx. Travel Time: 7 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Palermo (your hotel)

Drop-off: Taormina (your hotel)
 

Today meet our staff and departure for Cefalù, just one hour’s drive east of Palermo, sitting serenely between its natural bay and the towering rocky granite mass of La Rocca. For a small town, Cefalù offers a great deal, including sandy beaches, winding Mediaeval streets flanked with all manner of shops, excellent restaurants serving the freshest of fish and last but probably first, its unique Norman Cathedral. Also of interest is the Mediaeval wash house – lavatoio – which is fed by a natural spring and the Osterio Magno which, according to tradition was King Roger’s very own residence. It now houses art exhibitions. Later onto Taormina.

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to: SYRACUSA

Stopovers: Agrigento and Piazza Armerina
Approx. Travel Time: 9 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Palermo (your hotel)

Drop-off: Syracusa (your hotel)
 

Today meet our driver and departure for Agrigento. to visit the finest of all ancient Greek sites—the complete Doric Temples (Admission fee: not included), The area was included in the UNESCO Heritage Site list in 1997. Founded as a Greek colony in the 6th century B.C., Agrigento became one of the leading cities in the Mediterranean world. Its supremacy and pride are demonstrated by the remains of the magnificent Doric temples that dominate the ancient town, much of which still lies intact under today’s fields and orchards. .

This afternoon we then continue Syracusa..

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to: AGRIGENTO

Stopovers: Segesta and Erice
Approx. Travel Time: 8 hours 
Arranged: with English Speaking Driver 

Pick-up: Palermo (your hotel)

Drop-off: Agrigento (your hotel)
 

Today meet our staff and departure for Erice uptown, which was an important religious site associated with the goddess Venus. Erice is a wonderfully preserved Mediaeval town offering the most breathtaking views and a palpable sense of history. This afternoon onto Segesta one of the major cities of the Elymian people, one of the three indigenous peoples of Sicily. Segesta’s ancient Greek temple can make a valid claim to being the best preserved in the world, and its amphitheatre boasts a hilltop position on Mount Barbaro second to none. Today we visit the Temple (Admission fee: not included). Later onto Agrigento.