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Antadia B&B
Antadia B&B
3 out of 5
Via Gianfilippo Ingrassia, 25, Palermo, PA
The price is £17 per night from 17 Jun to 17 Jun
Located in Corso dei Mille - Sant'Erasmo, this beach bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Via Lincoln and Via Roma. Foro Italico and Ballaro Market ...
4.1/5Very Good! (80 reviews)
"There should be more clear information stating that there is NO RECPTION at this hotel. Small print after booking 24 hours ahead states you must make plans to enter at least 72 hours ahead!!! Luckily, after panicking upon arrival to the ‘hotel’, and getting no answer from ringing the buzzer, we phone ..."

Reviewed on 29 Oct 2018

Antadia B&B
Hotel Politeama
Hotel Politeama
Piazza Ruggiero Settimo,15, \N, Palermo, Sicily
The price is £96 per night from 11 Jul to 11 Jul
Located in Ruggero Settimo, this hotel is steps away from Piazza Ruggero Settimo and Politeama Garibaldi Theater. Palermo Harbour and Teatro Massimo are also ...
4.5/5Wonderful! (17 reviews)
"Excellent location, very helpful & friendly staff. Room was spacious and very clean. We would definitely return to the hotel in future"

Reviewed on 4 Oct 2020

Hotel Politeama
Hotel Principe di Lampedusa
Hotel Principe di Lampedusa
4 out of 5
The price is £106 per night from 15 Jun to 15 Jun
Located in Palermo Historical Center, this hotel is steps away from Via Vittorio Emanuele and Via Roma. Palermo Harbour and Quattro Canti are also within 5 minutes. ...
4.7/5Exceptional! (120 reviews)
A good spot for a couple nights
"The hotel is in an easily walkable location, close enough to everything you would want to see, but still on a quiet street. Staff are incredibly kind and helpful."

Reviewed on 22 Oct 2020

Hotel Principe di Lampedusa
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Top things to do in Province of Palermo

Holiday in Palermo

When thinking of Sicily, the first things that come to mind are the sea and relaxing days spent on the beach, but this island has much more to offer. A holiday in Palermo can help you discover a side of Sicily you've never seen before, where millennia of history, civilisations and cultures have created a unique mixture of art, architecture and tradition. Capital of the region of Sicily, Palermo is considered a cultural and economic hub between the Mediterranean Sea and Europe, as well as one of the island's most important tourist destinations. So it's always easy to find many holiday promotions for Palermo for every budget.

Discovering the city of the "Conca d'Oro" starts at its ancient core. The first settlements stood on what is now Piazza Indipendenza, where the Royal Palace is. The building is emblematic of the various civilisations who developed Sicily's capital, bearing the legacy of the cultures which have come and gone over time in its various architectural styles. Inside the castle you can visit the Palatine Chapel, a marvellous example of Palermo's Byzantine art. Built in 1130, the chapel is renowned for its precious treasury and beautiful mosaics, including Christ Pantocrator. Leaving the castle, you can stroll through the three green areas surrounding the Royal Palace: the Villa Bonanno garden, the Piazza Indipendenza garden and d'Orléans Park, a 7-acre area which used to be part of Villa d'Orléans, but today houses the Region's offices. In Via dei Benedettini, a stone's throw from Palazzo dei Normanni, you can admire one of the city's most beautiful and famous churches, San Giovanni degli Eremiti, known for its red cupolas from the Arab-Norman period. It used to be a monastery, but today only the church remains. Back in Piazza Indipendenza, head to the kiosk on the corner of Corso Calatafimi to try a traditional sandwich with “ panelle e crocché ” (fried chickpeas and potatoes).

Heading towards Corso Vittorio Emanuele, you'll pass through the imposing Porta Nuova with caryatid figures symbolising Charles V's four victories in Africa. You'll then find yourself halfway down Cassaro, the long road linking Monreale to the sea. On the left stands the beautiful Archbishop's Palace and all along the road are Baroque buildings. You'll arrive at the Quattro Canti, which are four buildings representing the areas the city was divided into in the Spanish period.

To immerse yourself in Palermo's public markets, just cross Via Roma to reach Piazza Caracciolo, site of the famous Vucciria market depicted in Renato Guttuso's celebrated painting. Every July, Corso Vittorio Emanuele hosts the Festival of Santa Rosalia, patron saint of the city. Crossing the street, you'll arrive at the Church of S. Francesco, commissioned by Frederick II. Opposite is one of the city's best rotisseries: the Antica Focacceria San Francesco, where you can try some typical delicacies of Palermo.

If you want to admire some masterpieces by Sicilian artists, head to Palazzo Abatellis, one of the oldest and most elegant buildings in Palermo, inside of which is the Sicilian Regional Gallery. Outside the Gallery is the Kalsa quarter, which was originally a fortified citadel founded by Arabs. In front of the Porta Reale is the entrance to the Botanical Gardens and Villa Giulia with lovely walkways, palms, ancient trees and orchards.

Once in Palermo, you've got to spend an evening in Piazza Marina, a recently revitalised centre of nightlife. You can dine at the unique "al covo de' i Beati Paoli", which has tables outdoors in good weather, perfect for admiring the gardens of Villa Garibaldi, the palaces of the nobles and the Garaffo Fountain. Another fantastic place for dinner in the heart of the historic centre is I Grilli, just behind the Church of San Domenico, with a traditional Sicilian menu served by candlelight in a sophisticated atmosphere. You can end the night with a visit to the Complesso Monumentale dello Spasimo, a deconsecrated church that now stages concerts and plays. Sun, sea, traditions and legacies of ancient cultures. What more do you need to take advantage of a last minute holiday offer to Palermo ?

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