Palermo Hotels & Holidays
The capital of Sicily, Palermo is a cosmopolitan city of artistic and...
The capital of Sicily, Palermo is a cosmopolitan city of artistic and cultural life, bristling with Norman, Arab and Spanish influences and atmosphere. Its inspirational monuments draw visitors, as does the vibrant street market in Vucciria. With the mildness of its climate and splendour of its buildings, majestic Palermo always enchants.
- Regional Archaeological Museum
- Teatro Massimo
- La Cuba Palace
- Castle of the Zisa
- Catacombs of the Capuchins
The closest airport to Palermo is Palermo (PMO), which is about 30 minutes from the centre of the city. Direct flights to Palermo are available from London Gatwick and take approxmimately 2 hours 50 minutes.
From Our Experts
I'd recommend visiting one of Palermo's morning markets to get a taste of local life. Try the...
I'd recommend visiting one of Palermo's morning markets to get a taste of local life. Try the Mercato del Capi, behind Teatro Massimo, or Mercato della Vucciria.
Luisa Pini, Citalia Concierge
For over a century the Grand Hotel Villa Igiea has gazed out over the Bay of Palermo with its...
This exclusive and luxurious hotel was founded in 1874, renovated in Art Nouveau style in 1907, and...