Palermo Tour

viaggi a Palermo
visite guidate palermo


(Departure at 08:00 – Return at 18:00)

Palermo was founded by the Phoenicians between the sixth and seventh centuries BC, and clearly shows the influences of the Arab and Norman hegemony, a style that characterizes its appearance.
Palermo winds along two streets: Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Via Maqueda, at the intersection of these two streets is Piazza Quattro Canti which divides the city into four parts. To the south-west, there is Palazzo dei Normanni or Palazzo Reale with the famous Palatine Chapel. Further south is the Church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti (with red domes), followed in a short distance by the convent with the same name, with attached catacombs.

Moving on, we will reach the Cathedral: a mixed 12th-century building in Sicilian-Norman and Gothic-Catalan style. Also worth mentions the Church of the Martorana (with Byzantine mosaics), the Church of the Lepers, and the Loggia of the Dominicans. Finally, a visit to the Kalsa district, the Botanical Garden, and the Regional Gallery cannot be missed.

Palermo + Monreale

(Departure at 08:00 – Return at 18:00)

duomo di Monreale

After visiting Palermo it is time to stop in Monreale, a city founded by the Normans in the 12th century. The city belongs to the Arab-Norman Palermo sites and the cathedrals of Cefalù and Monreale were declared UNESCO World’s Heritage Sites in 2015.

In the territory of Monreale, it is possible to admire a large number of monuments and places of considerable workmanship such as the Castellaccio di Monreale, located on Monte Caputo; the Abbey of San Martino Delle Scale, and the adjoining monastery of the Order of San Benedict of the Cassinese congregation. Finally, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Nuova is the main place of Catholic worship in Monreale.

Palermo + Corleone

(Departure at 08:00 – Return at 21:00)


The third stop on our tour is Corleone. City of the Sicilian hinterland with a Spanish Baroque appearance and the presence of many religious buildings (including churches, monasteries, and convents) and buildings of civil architecture.
Corleone’s name is mainly linked to the iconic Francis Ford Coppola’s cinematic trilogy “The Godfather”.

<Any extra expenses during our tours such as restaurants, entrance tickets, tastings, cable cars, etcetera, will be exclusive at customer’s expense>