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  • 8.5 Very Good 2,071 reviews
    Description The 4-star Mercure Palermo is right in central Palermo, a 15-minute walk from Palermo Cathedral.
  • 8.6 Excellent 253 reviews
    Description Set a 10-minute walk from Palermo Central Station, Palermo Central B&B offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. It is located 1 km from Palermo Cathedral and the Palace of the Normans.
  • Hotel Mediterraneo

    Ruggero Settimo, Palermo

    7.8 Good 2,523 reviews

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    Description Hotel Mediterraneo is set between Palermo's Teatro Massimo and Piazza Politeama. Rooms feature an LCD TV and free Wi-Fi.
  • Novecento

    La Kalsa, Palermo

    9.3 Awesome 10 reviews
    Description Ideally located in central Palermo, B&B Novecento is 650 metres from the Quattro Canti Baroque square. It offers air-conditioned rooms with frescoed ceilings, antique furnishings and free Wi-Fi.

    "Dario is a very comforting host, helpful with many insider tips! He prepared extraordanary breakfast with granita, fresh fruit and nuts, selfmade joghurt........spremuta. I was a big surpise, and I enjoyed..."

    Ursula. Germany
  • 7.4 Good 4,463 reviews

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    Description A 5-minute drive from Palermo Harbour, the Astoria Palace Hotel is 8 km from the beaches of Mondello.
  • 8.8 Excellent 37 reviews
    Description Located in Palermo, the Dolce Dormire has free Wi-Fi throughout. It offers classically furnished accommodation with air conditioning and a private bathroom.
Palermo was highly rated for food by 321 guests from the United States!

A Symbol of Sicily

Edgy and eclectic, Palermo is a symbol of all that Sicily stands for. From buzzing Vespas to the bustling Vucciria market, it simply brims with life.

Wonderful Palermo Cathedral glows radiantly in the Mediterranean sun. Nearby is the city’s last Sicilian Puppet Theater, and across the street is a palm-filled park housing Roman mosaics, though the best are in the archeological museum. At one end is the Norman Palace, a government building home to the fabulous Cappella Palatina, whose gold mosaics are absolutely breathtaking.

Equally magnificent are the gold mosaics lining the 12th-century Monreale Cathedral on the city’s outskirts. Wander the cloisters and note the varying columns and capitals – each pair is different.

Palermo also has fascinating churches: 2 of the oldest are 12th-century San Giovanni degli Eremeti and San Cataldo, each with red, Islamic-style domes. Gesú Church has an incredible Sicilian Baroque interior, while La Martorana’s frescoes are awe-inspiring. A street away is Quattro Canti, an intersection with a fountain in each corner.

Other attractions include the round Teatro Massimo, Mondello beach and Monte Pellegrino mountain overlooking the sea. You get fabulous views of this picnic spot as you fly into Palermo Airport before heading to your accommodations.