Palermo Sicily Food Tour - eating like a local, with a local. Palermo is famous for its street food. Stop into local bars for a glass of wine, shop for olive and cheese, and taste delicacies like stuffed anancine rice balls. Deliciously fun experience that you shouldn't miss during a trip to Sicily
Capella Palatina, in the Palazzo Reale, Palermo, Italy. commissioned by Roger II of Sicily in 1132, It has three apses, with six pointed arches (three on each side of the central nave) resting on recycled classical columns.
Palermo, Italy - Sicily’s main city is more than a hub for people traveling to other parts of the island, it is an attraction in and of itself. Unlike its peers to the north (Rome, Milan, Florence, etc), it is not necessarily seen as a major tourist destination. However, the unique French and Arab styles of architecture, which are mixed with Italian influences, make the buildings unlike those seen in other parts of Italy.