Discover Palermo, the capital of Sicily, rich in art, history, and great food.
This city is known as the most conquered city in the world. Countless powerful cultures have held positions in this area, such as the Romans, Greeks, Arabs, Phoenicians and Spaniards, each of which left some type of legacy, still visible in many historical buildings.
You will admire Arab-Norman buildings, golden Byzantine mosaics, Florentine-style fountains, paintings of Velasquez, Caravaggio and many others, all perfectly blended with the noisy, local, everyday life.
You will have the chance to visit a local market and enjoy the typical street food of the area, such as the "arancina" (rice ball with different fillings), the "crocchè" (potato croquette also known as "cazzilli").
As Palermo is mainly a pedestrian friendly city with limited vehicle access, you will enjoy a 4 hour walking tour with a professionally licensed guide.