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Addauru Bed and Breakfast (Palermo, Italy)

Addauru B&B is located in the heart of Palermo, just steps from the main monuments.Bed and Breakfast Addauru is located in Alloro Street in the heart of Palermo, just steps from the main monuments. The property has three rooms, all equipped with private bathrooms, TV, air conditioning,... [more]
Ai Cartari Bed And Breakfast (Palermo, Italy)

Charming house with B&B, Ai Cartari, is located in the heart of Palermo historical centre in a quite position far from the traffic of the city.This charming residence is in part obtained from an ancient building in which paper was made. Its structure of base probably goes back to the Middle... [more]
Ai Quattro Canti (Palermo, Italy)

"Ai 4 Canti B&B"Located in the very centre of Palermo, in one of the most popular streets of the city (Via Maqueda), ?Ai 4 Canti B&B? offers guests the typical Sicilian hospitaly .

Break fast is included, laundry facilities are present and there is NO... [more]
Al Borgo Fiorito (Palermo, Italy)

In the very heart of Palermo, Al Borgo Fiorito is a warm and friendly private house into an elegant last century building. Tastefully decorated, copious breakfast, hearty welcome.The guest-house is located in a quiet street in the lively quarter of Borgo Vecchio and its old market.
Thanks to its... [more]
Al Giardino Dell'alloro (Palermo, Italy)

a nice and quiet b&b in historical center of Palermo, SicilyIn the historical centre of the city, inside the quarter of the Kalsa, just opposite Villa dell?Alloro, our bed&breakfast is different from the others. We have called it ?b&b&arts?: in the rooms and the common spaces you... [more]
Alla Riserva Di Capo Gallo (Palermo, Italy)

Little hostel with swiming pool and solarium inside the natural reserve of "Capo Gallo" 4 km from the Mondello BeachWelcome to the Reserve of "Capo Gallo"!
In the small hostel situated inside the natural Reserve ofyou will be welcomed with gentleness and professionalism by... [more]
Attico Politeama (Palermo, Italy)

Casa Vacanze e Bed and Breakfast a Palermo situato nel cuore della città, a due passi dal centro storico e dai principali monumenti e teatri, all'ultimo piano di uno stabile di moderna costruzione. Un appartamento autonomo e indipendente, per garanCasa Vacanze e Bed and Breakfast a Palermo... [more]
B and B Alla Vucciria (Palermo, Italy)

60 meters the Market Vucciria, impossible more ...The B&B alla Vucciria is in an apartment of an eighteenth century palace, located 60 meters from the famous market square of Vucciria. From here, walk, it's easy to visit the majority of sites reported in the guide.
The linen is changed every... [more]
B and B Notarbartolo (Palermo, Italy)

Incantevole location in b&b al centro.Resort di charmeThe Bed and Breakfast Notarbartolo is in an elegant building of the center, next to the principal cultural centers of the city, comfortable to reach from the station of the trains from the embarkation of the ships and from the... [more]
Ballaro (Palermo, Italy)

indipendent roomIndipendent flat one room in center city.... [more]
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Palermo is the capital of Sicily and its largest city - stupendously sited in its own wide bay underneath the limestone bulk of Monte Pellegrino. Originally a Phoenician, then a Carthaginian colony, this remarkable city was long considered a prize worth capturing. After the first Punic war it passed from the Carthaginian hands to the Romans (254 - 253 B.C.) and later became a colony under the reign of Augustus.



Under the Arab domination it obtains great splendour: it becomes an emirate and will hold around 300 mosques. As an Arab reporter of the time describes, from the interior rise one could admire the red domes among the green of the Conca dOro. Finally Palermo became Norman in 1072 with a conquest by Ruggero dAltavilla. Ruggero II raises it as capital of the Sicilian Reign and Federico II Houhenstaufen crowns it Capital of the Mediterranean Culture, creating the first Sicilian school. Palermo became the greatest city in Europe, famed for the wealth of its court and peerless as a centre of learning.



In the hands of the Angevins it passes through a phase of decline, due to the transfer of the Reigns Capital to Naples. For the misgovernment, the population revolts: War of the Vespers (Easter 1282). In the course of its history, Palermo always searched for independence and the role as Capital. In fact, this is revealed in the attempt of the Neapolitan Republic to impose the Bourbonist Constitution (1812). On the 27th of May 1860, the city hands itself over to garibaldi.



The long history of the city assures that there is a lot to see, although the city as a whole, as well as some of the sights, are in need of repair.


Nowadays Palermo is a fast, brash and exciting city. The mix of arabic and viking influences is one of the strangest and unexpected surprises the city has to offer. Buildings dating from the 11th and 12th century, the heyday of Medieval Sicily, offer this peculiar quality. The most noteworthy and an absolute must is the Palazzo dei Normanni


Other interesting sights include the Quattro Canti, a nice example of Baroque architecture and the Catacombs. From the 16th to the last century local noblemen and clergy were mummified here. Very impressive are the Monastery and Cathedral of Monreale in the nearby village of Monreale (a couple of kilometers out of the city-center).

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Casa di Antonio
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Holiday apartment Casa Di Antonio is a pretty flat settled in the historical heart pf Trapani close to its many historical and cultural sites. The apartment, situated on the 1st floor of a typical... [more]