We Will go back to our Lives ? We Will go back to travel? Here are the most frequently asked questions we ask ourselves in recent months. Our Lives have been relegated to an isolation that does not suit our … Read More
We will go back to travel?
holiday in Palermo
Stressed by quarantine? Want to relax, sun and outdoor life? Plan your next holidays in Palermo! Sicily is among the safest regions and only marginally affected by the pandemic. with your holidays in Palermo you will find safety, a warm … Read More
What do you think of visiting our beautiful city, taking advantage of the opportunity to have a free night? It is soon done! On the weekend between 6 and 8 March, you can take advantage of B&B day, what is nothing but … Read More
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The feast of Saint Rosalia
MAGIC NIGHT OF FOLKLORE AND TRADITIONS THE FEAST OF SAINT ROSALIA – U’ FISTINU – that’s what the Palermo people call it.!! The Feast of Santa Rosalia, Patroness of the City of Palermo. The night between 14 and 15 July, a … Read More
Radio Italia Live-Palermo
Concerto Radio Italia Live Here again Palermo protagonist of a fantastic event. Saturday, June 29, in fact, the Radio Italia Live-Palermo concert returns, the free concert signed by Radio Italia which, for the second time, chooses Palermo with its … Read More
Instagram account on Palermo to follow before visiting the city
Palermo is a melting pot of different cultures. Not just nowadays, but fundamentally forever. The Arabs, the Greeks, the Romans and the Normans, the Spaniards have left architectural, cultural and culinary influences. With all this being a breathtaking scenery, Palermo … Read More
Origins of the of Palermo harbor The origins of the port of Palermo overlap with those of the city, because it was precisely the port that was the central fulcrum of the city’s development. The Phoenician navigators, who founded it, … Read More