Palermo Destination

Palermo Destination

Palermo Destination
Altre idee da Palermo
La Martorana, Palermo / Italy, Sicily

La Martorana, Palermo / Italy, Sicily

Aspra is a beautiful seaside village east of Palermo, about 3 Km (1.9 mi) from the nearest town, Bagheria.   Every morning a charming fish market run by local fishermen sells fish and seafood caught fresh from the bay on board the characteristic wooden colorful fishing boats olso called "Lancitiedde" in sicilian.

Aspra is a beautiful seaside village east of Palermo, about 3 Km (1.9 mi) from the nearest town, Bagheria. Every morning a charming fish market run by local fishermen sells fish and seafood caught fresh from the bay on board the characteristic wooden colorful fishing boats olso called "Lancitiedde" in sicilian.

La chiesa del Gesù o chiesa di Santa Maria di Gesù nota anche come Casa Professa, è una delle più importanti chiese barocche di Palermo e dell’intera Sicilia.

La chiesa del Gesù o chiesa di Santa Maria di Gesù nota anche come Casa Professa, è una delle più importanti chiese barocche di Palermo e dell’intera Sicilia.

Palazzo Branciforte, Palermo, Sicily

Palazzo Branciforte, Palermo, Sicily

The motherland. :) I MUST go here before I die.

The motherland. :) I MUST go here before I die.

Pasta alla Norma - Palermo - Sicily

Pasta alla Norma - Palermo - Sicily

Fabulous antipasto selection to start lunch at Zia Pina in Palermo

Fabulous antipasto selection to start lunch at Zia Pina in Palermo

Gellatto and Tea in Palermo, Sicily

Gellatto and Tea in Palermo, Sicily

Palazzo Valguarnera-Gangi, Palermo, Sicily. The house was constructed in several phases during the 18th century and completed circa 1780.  The creation of the house took so long that the Baroque style passed from fashion in favour of the neoclassical style.      In 1963 the palazzo, and most memorably its ballroom, were the setting for Luchino Visconti’s film’ Il Gattopardo (The Leopard).

Palazzo Valguarnera-Gangi, Palermo, Sicily. The house was constructed in several phases during the 18th century and completed circa 1780. The creation of the house took so long that the Baroque style passed from fashion in favour of the neoclassical style. In 1963 the palazzo, and most memorably its ballroom, were the setting for Luchino Visconti’s film’ Il Gattopardo (The Leopard).

Teatro Massimo in Palermo, province of Palermo Sicily region Italy

Teatro Massimo in Palermo, province of Palermo Sicily region Italy