filled by Giulia

A prevalently Baroque city, one of the main tourist center of Italy, thanks to its mild climate, lush gardens, the beauty and uniqueness of the monuments.
Places to visit: the Palazzo dei Normanni, the Cattedrale, Piazza Pretoria and Piazza Verdi with the Teatro Massimo. A photograph of the Duomo, a true example of Norman architecture in Sicily.
And finally, a jump up to Monreale, a hunting locality frequented by Norman kings who built the Royal Palace.
Tips: A stop for lunch at a restaurant in Palermo, near the "vucciria," the fish market, where you can taste typical Sicilian dishes.
Having more days to stay, a trip to Mondello is worth while, a quaint town on the sea, not far from Palermo, with a beautiful beach.