Holiday Rentals and Lettings in Palermo
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Palermo
The Sicilian city of Palermo will enrapture you with its buzzing oceanside atmosphere, incredible wealth of culture and art, exquisite food, and melting pot of architectural styles, all at very affordable prices! There are hundreds of lettings in Palermo in the central area, and if you are coming for a city break this is the best place to look. But if you plan to spend a lot of time exploring other areas of the region, consider staying on the northern side of the city in the area of Mondello. It boasts a spectacular beach, some lovely upmarket family-friendly lettings, and gives you easy access both to the city and the myriad attractions beyond.Lettings for all needs
There is a nice mix of flats and houses to choose from in and around the city. The city centre flats have lovely terraces from where you can watch the world go by, and some boast roof terraces which provide remarkable views over the city. The optimal choice for your city break! As you get out of town, the lettings in Palermo get bigger and even more salubrious, with grand houses possessing lovely gardens and swimming pools. The perfect holiday rental for families!
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The area and getting around
Palermo is the capital of Sicily and home to its major international airport, making getting there from all corners of Europe a breeze. If you fancy upping the adventure-ante, follow the ghosts of the wealthy traders of times gone by, and travel by boat from Naples or Rome. Once there, you will find that Palermo boasts an eclectic collection of neighbourhoods with their very own distinct character.A cool neighbourhood around every corner
The Old Town is a vibrant quarter that retains its old-world marketplace charm. Capo is a wonderful jumble of colourfully winding streets surrounding the Teatro Massimo. The harbour area is the place to go for delicious seafood restaurants running along the edge of the shoreline. Piazza Olivella has an electric atmosphere at night and is popular with younger crowds who come out to experience the famous Italian cheerful enjoyment of life, nay exultation of spirit, at its absolute finest!
Travellers and activities
Sicily’s largest city is renowned worldwide for its world-class cuisine. With street food, grilled fish and ricotta-filled pastries luring you into their spell on what feels like every street corner, it is impossible not to indulge! For your main, order a pizza made using ancient Sicilian stone-ground flours and local toppings. Then for dessert, make it a Cannoli, Sicily’s most famous export and the not-to-be-missed Sicilian dessert, made from a fried, crunchy pastry shell stuffed with ricotta cheese. There goes the diet!Palermo for museum aficionados
Palermo’s museums stand hand in hand with the cathedrals and markets as the city’s must-see destinations. Considered the most conquered town in Europe, Palermo has so many layers of history to explore. At the Regional Archeological Museum, trace the history of Sicily back from the prehistoric age up to the present. The Tesoro Museum, nestled inside the Palermo cathedral, is devoted to Sicilian royalty. Items from their long reign over the island are on display, including the crown jewels!
Palermo is Europe’s warmest city, thanks to its southerly location and local micro climate. A perfect winter break destination!
Top 5 travel tips in Palermo
Palermo’s most important architectural monument, this 1,400 year old cathedral is simply magnificent both inside and out. A true melting pot of styles, it is a fine representation of the history of Palermo through each of its former rulers.2. Experience Palermo’s lively markets
A visit to Palermo is incomplete without a few hours spent browsing its markets. The largest market is Ballaro, a place of sensory overload and home to Sicily’s finest produce, including fruits, vegetables, cheeses and myriad local delicacies such as Cannoli, and all this at unbeatable prices!3. Spend an evening at the opera!
Inaugurated back in 1897, Massimo Theatre of Palermo is Italy‘s largest opera house and the third largest in Europe, behind only the Paris and Vienna Opera Houses! Never been to a real opera? What better place to give it try?!4. Take a breather in Palermo's finest park
The Foro Italico is a large public garden on the seashore; the perfect place to take a break from the bustling centre of Palermo. It boasts a huge lawn area, plenty of palm-tree shaped patches of shade, and a fantastic playground for the sprogs.5. Witness the true Italian coffee experience
Watch the world go by as you sip a delicious all-Italian espresso at Antico Caffe Spinnato. A purveyor of fine brews since 1860, beautiful Antico Caffe Spinnato is the perfect place to experience the unmatched Italian cafe culture, its wonderful coffees and delectable desserts!