Mercati di Palermo

Vucciria, Capo, Ballaro’and Borgo Vecchio are the four markets of Palermo. typical places to visit, places to be included surely in the tourist itineraries because ‘corners of the past. Near the central station there ‘Ballaro’. If you want to quickly … Read More


Ponte dell’Ammiraglio

The Ponte dell’Ammiraglio, a bridge to twelve Norman era arches visible from the current course of Palermo Mille, from July 3 of 2015 has become part of a world heritage site (UNESCO). At one time under the arches of the … Read More

The church of San Cataldo

The church of San Cataldo, Palermo, is a Roman Catholic church in the Sicilian city of Palermo, standing on the central Piazza Bellini. It belongs to the Order of the Holy Sepulchre and is a notable example of the Arab-Norman … Read More

The church of Santa Maria dell’Ammiraglio (La Martorana)

Situated over the piazza Bellini, in the middle of Palermo, the church of Santa Maria dell’Ammiraglio is also known as La Martorana, in memory of Goffredo and Eloisa de Marturano, the founders of the nearby Benedictine convent. The church was … Read More

The Church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti

The Church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti is probably the most important symbol of Norman Arab Palermo. Infact, it is the perfect blend of Christian and Muslim culture. San Giovanni degli Eremiti is near piazza Indipendenza, not far away from the … Read More

The Norman Palace in Palermo (Palazzo Reale / Palazzo dei normanni) and The Palatine Chapela -UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Norman Palace or Royal Palace of Palermo is a very important palace in Palermo. It was the seat of the Kings of Sicily during the Norman dominationand served afterwards as the main seat of power for the subsequent rulers of Sicily. … Read More

Visit the Cathedral of Palermo

The Cathedral of Palermo is one of the most characteristic works of the city: its originality comes from the mix of shapes and styles in one architectural body, derived from different and multiple populations, over the centuries, took turns on … Read More