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Art Nouveau Kiosks

The three Art Nouveau kiosks by architect Ernesto Basile appear like unexpected gems along the buzzing streets of Palermo. Built about the end of the 19th century, the kiosks once hosted the traditional Sicilian vendors of soft drinks and refreshi...


Ballarò Market

Ballarò is the oldest and widest market in Palermo where you can enjoy some exciting flavours and buy fresh produces. Resembling a colourful and buzzing souk, walking down the lanes of this busy street market will immediately show you how Sicily m...


Cappella Palatina

The royal chapel of the Norman kings of Sicily, Cappella Palatina is the finest example of the Arab-Norman art in the city. Every inch is a jubilation of craftmanship, from the golden mosaics covering the walls, to the marble floors and carved, wo...


Castello della Zisa

Zisa Castle is a 12th century castle built for King William I of Sicily. Its name derives from the Arabic "al-Aziz", which means splendid. The original Norman building underwent some changes during the years, especially with the decorations added ...