Palermo and Monreale

    From € 62

    KEY DETAILS

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    Duration

    From 6 to 7 hours

    Overall Driving Time

    From 1 to 3,5 hours depending on pick up location

    Highlights

    See the Cathedral of Monreale, an Arab-Norman masterpiece.
    Enjoy a visit to one of Palermo’s lively markets
    Experience the great food and delicious wine in one of the local amazing restaurants.
    Discover the mesmerizing architecture of Palermo, following the Arab-Norman itinerary
    Get commentary from our expert drivers who are very passionate about Sicily and its unique history and culture.
    Full Description

    Your tour begins when our English-speaking driver greets you at your hotel. After a leisurely drive, you will reach the town of Monreale where you will visit the stunning 12th-century Norman Cathedral. See Byzantine art come to life within the cathedral's nave, which is one of the wonders of the medieval world.

     

    Drive back to Palermo, which has been a crossroads for cultures and civilizations for millennia. You will be shown the highlights of the city passing through the Baroque Quattro Canti, admiring the beauties of the Fountain of Shame. The walking tour continues with the honey-coloured Palermo Cathedral and the visit a local market where we you can sample some traditional Sicilian street food.

     

    Due to the ninth-century Saracen rule of the island, Sicily has a long tradition of open-air street markets, which bear a striking similarity to Arab souks. Your wonderful day will end at the Oratory of S. Lorenzo, used as a place of assembly and worship, but also home to an art jewel conceived by one of the finest artists of the Baroque age in Sicily.

    Included

    Luxury air conditioned Mercedes vehicle.
    Pick up and drop off right on front door
    English speaking Driver for the day at disposal
    All local Taxes, gasoline, highway/parking tolls
    Lunch
    Admission fees where required unless otherwise specified
    Gratuities are at client's discretion