Palermo, Italy travel tips

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The Catholic Church has great traditions in Italy, and Palermo Cathedral in Palermo is a fine example of religious art.

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April 25th is a big holiday in Italy, they celebrate Liberation Day on this date.

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Ever wanted to go on an endless road trip? Well, Italy is a great place to start with its curvy mountain roads! Rent a car in Palermo.

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Italy has many international airports, and the closest to Palermo is the Palermo International Airport.

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Traveling to Palermo is easy, just log onto eurolines.it or trenitalia.com for bus or train information. Both sites have English versions.

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The Regional Archeological Museum Antonio Salinas is one of the most prominent museums of Italy. Do not miss!

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The football matches of U.S. Città di Palermo are usually quite entertaining. Look for tickets online!

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Grand Hotel et des Palmes is a four star hotel with all the benefits of such an establishment. Call or book online as they get full quite often.

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If you are looking for a mid-range hotel just look up Hotel Tonic, they offer great service for a bargain!

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Looking for a place to sleep? You can find cheap rooms at Hotel Regina.

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The Moorish bathhouse called Hammam is a unique experience. If you would like a relaxing day, do not miss this.

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The Piazza Pretoria is a square that is surrounded by the most important buildings of Palermo.

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Palermo's most prolific tourist attraction is the Cappella Palatina, built in the 11th century.

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If you feel like clubbing do not worry, Italians are well-known for their partying. Start off in the nearest bar and then head just go with the flow.

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Be sure to ask around at your hotel for the local clubs and bars. If they come up empty just ask about the main street, you will definitely find something cooking there!

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Trattoria Ai Cascinari is a very hospitable restaurant with great parking and service. Definitely recommended!

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Feeling hungry? Ask around for Zia Pina as they have an amazing selection, good service and parking.

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Eating out in the Italy can be relatively cheap, compared to other EU countries. So, if you are on a budget, look up Pizzeria Frida.

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If you ever need directions in Palermo, just visit the local visitor's center and they will point you the right way.

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Always keep an eye on your belongings! Italy might be one of the safest and most advanced countries, but things do get stolen once in a while!

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