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Attractions in Palermo

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Palermo. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Palermo and the surrounding area.

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V. Cappucini MAP
Mummified cadavers line the underground tombs of the Catacombs of the Cappucini in Palermo. The catacombs, which contain a preservative that helps mummify the dead, hold the corpses of over 8,000 Sicilians buried from the 16th century to 1920. The eerie...MORE INFO
Piazza di Vittoria MAP
Named after a former mayor of Palermo, the Villa Bonanno is distinguished by its towering palm trees and buildings from the 19th century. Today, visitors can gaze upon the caretaker’s house, a monument to Philip IV, a marble bust of Bonanno himself and...MORE INFO
Via Lincoln, 2/A MAP
The Orto Botanico di Palermo is both a botanical garden and a research and educational institution forming part of, and managed by, the Department of Botany of the University of Palermo....MORE INFO
Palazzo Abatellis, via Alloro, 4 MAP
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The Festino di Santa Rosalia is a seven day festival honoring Saint Rosalia with a grand parade and a fireworks show, among other festivities. ...MORE INFO
V. Papireto MAP
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palermo_Cathedral...MORE INFO
V. Dante MAP
Villa Malfitano is a sprawling picturesque garden and villa in Palermo dating back to the late 1800s when Joseph Whitaker commissioned the building. Today, a beautiful collection of art and furnishings that Whitaker collected is on display. A tour of...MORE INFO
V. dei Benedettini MAP
Located near the Palazzo dei Normanni, the San Giovanni degli Eremiti church has origins that date back to the 6th century and has stood the test of time through Islamic invasion and Norman conquests. Magnificent red domes, a lush cloister garden, Arab...MORE INFO
Piazza Olivella 24 MAP
One of the top archeological museums in the culturally rich country of Italy, the Regional Archaeological Museum in Palermo houses treasures that are worth discovering from ancient sites and temples. Sicilian artifacts, Egyptian treasures and an Etruscan...MORE INFO
V. Merlo 2 MAP
The magnificent and historic Palazzo Mirto, located in the Arab fortress of Kalsa, is a lavish and stately palace that was once home to royalty in Palermo. The well-kept and well-decorated palace pays tribute to the arts with paintings, tapestries and...MORE INFO

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