Bite into delicious Sicilian snacks on a 3- or 4-hour small-group food tour around Palermo. Accompanied by a local guide, take a journey through the city’s gastronomic landscape, exploring culinary haunts such as Vucciria Market and Mercato di Capo. See top attractions, including Teatro Massimo and and Piazza Pretoria, along the way. Taste five Sicilian specialties, such as ‘arancine’ (stuffed rice balls) and ‘panelle’ (chickpea fritters), as well as a local wine and seasonal dessert. This small-group tour is limited to 12 participants, ensuring you enjoy personalized attention.
• 7 hours
Discover the best of western Sicily on a day trip to Erice and Segesta from Palermo. Be wowed by the views from Erice, a walled medieval mountain town that overlooks the picturesque Trapani harbor. Visit an olive oil producer and enjoy a typical Sicilian lunch, as well as tastings of locally produced oil and wine. Spend the afternoon at the archaeological site of Segesta. Discover the unfinished temple at your leisure and soak up dreamy views of Sicily’s sun-drenched valleys and hills.
• 8 hours
Book a private arrival transfer from Falcone–Borsellino Airport to your Palermo accommodation so you won't spend extra time waiting for a taxi or public transport. This hassle-free airport transfer service gives you peace of mind, letting you start your Sicily vacation on a good note.
• 1 hour
Leave Palermo behind for a day trip to Agrigento, home to Sicily’s most fascinating archaeological area. Visit the Archaeological Museum of Agrigento, where an extensive collection of artifacts offers insight into the splendors of the ancient Greek colony of Akragas, which once stood on this site. Continue your education at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Valley of the Temples, home to an expansive array of Greek ruins. Stroll through the archaeological complex and view a series of impressive Doric temples.
• 8 hours
While in port in Palermo, spend your time enjoying the perfect do-it-yourself shore excursion in this beautiful city. Head into the city to see all of Palermo’s top attractions on a convenient hop-on hop-off bus tour! Admire the Politeama Theatre, overlooking Politeama Square, and drive by the Massimo Theatre, one of the biggest and most famous opera houses in Italy. Explore the glorious buildings of the Cathedral Monreale, admire the wonderful mosaics in the Cappella Palatina and more.
• 1 day
Enjoy a walk through the wonders of the old town and the delights of the street food of Palermo observing places, products, colors and characters from another time.
• 3 hours
This Palermo cooking class is not only a fun and valuable cooking experience but also a fascinating journey through Sicilian food and culture.Taking place in one of the most beautiful Palermo historic building, you will meet your Sicilian cook in the morning in order to go together to buy food in a local market.Once the shopping is done, it is time to go home and start cooking together! You will prepare 4 dishes (a complete truly Sicilian menu) while drinking local Sicilian wines and discovering more about this beautiful region.
• 5 hours
With a Hop-on Hop-off tour of Palermo, you will enjoy an exciting visit to the city. Starting from the terminal outside the Politeama Theatre, overlooking the square of the same name, you will drive in front of the Massimo Theatre one of the most capacious and famous opera house in Italy. Admire the glorious buildings of the Cathedral Monreale or the wonderful mosaics in the Cappella Palatina.
• 1 day
Visit Palermo and Cefalù on a day trip from Taormina, and discover stately Arab-Norman architecture, impressive churches and piazzas with Sicilian charm! With an expert local guide, enjoy walking tours of the cities to see highlights such as Palermo’s Il Capo market, La Martorana church and Cefalù Cathedral. An optional visit to the neighborhood of Monreale – a famous producer of olive oil, oranges and almonds – can also be arranged (own expense).
• 13 hours
See the best of Palermo on a 3-hour city tour by Segway! While gliding around its vibrant streets, learn all about the city from a local expert guide, who will tell you tales old and news, including facts about King Charles V’s time in the town. Pass Capos Market and Palermo’s Gallery of Modern Art; see a wealth of Baroque, Arab-Norman and Neo-Classical architecture; and discover some fine-looking city parks, too.
• 3 hours