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No matter if you're travelling with family or exploring solo, Palermo promises something for everyone.
Of course, it's not just buildings and attractions that make a city — there's also the people. In this part of Palermo, there's 650,000 of them.
To reach Palermo from Rome, the nation's capital, you'd need to head 270 miles to the south. Another good point of reference is Monreale, which lies 5 miles to the southwest.
Everyone in the family will enjoy a visit to Mondello Minigolf and the Cantieri Culturali alla Zisa. If that isn't enough to wear the young ones out, why not make the trip to Acqua Verde or Bowling and Games as well?
Whether you're interested in learning about local plant species or just want to take the time to explore the many pathways, you're sure to enjoy time spent at the English Garden and the Palermo Botanical Garden.
Villa Giulia and d'Orleans Park are the ideal places to get a bit of sun, enjoy a picnic or just sit and people-watch. Alternatively, head outdoors and stretch your legs at Uditore Park or Villa Trabia.
Be captivated by nature's skills at Mount Pellegrino. It's a great spot to allow yourself some breathing space, but watch out, because it'll also take your breath away!
If you're in need of a couple of tranquil places to collect your thoughts and maybe even learn a thing or two, go to Catacombe dei Cappuccini and the Regional Archaeological Museum. Enquire about guided tours or just study the exhibits at your own leisure. The Regional Gallery and the International Puppet Museum are also top options for museum buffs.
For a day of adventure and exploration, make your way over to the Villa Bonanno. As you wander through the exhibitions, you'll learn about a range of weird and wonderful objects.
If you'd describe yourself as an art aficionado, set time aside to explore some galleries. The Gallery of Modern Art is certainly an excellent place to start. Next up are the imaginative collections of the Palazzo Belmonte Riso and the Villa Zito.
Take an amazing journey into the past at the Museo Etnografico Pitre and the Municipal Historical Archives. Both exhibitions pride themselves on making the city's vivid history relevant and entertaining to visitors.
A visit to Palermo offers lots of choice when it comes to historically important sites. You're sure to gain a deeper comprehension of times gone by at Cathedral of Monreale and Cathedral of Palermo. If that's not enough to satisfy the history fanatic in you, extend your sightseeing to San Giovanni degli Eremiti and Martorana.
You're likely to stumble upon Ponte Calatrasi as you discover Palermo. This historic bridge was constructed lifetimes ago and will remain standing for many more years.
Palace of the Normans and Zisa Castle and Museum of Islamic Art have looked after some of Palermo's most well-known people over the years. But lo and behold, they aren't the only opulent dwellings that lie in Palermo. Palazzo della Cuba and Palazzo Mirto are also worth a visit.
Many of us had childhood fantasies that involved princes and princesses. Castle of Maredolce looks as though it's jumped straight out of the pages of a fairytale book, so drop in and find out firsthand what it's really like to live like a royal.
Learn more about the region's cultural traditions at Cappella Palatina and Church of San Cataldo. Gancia and Oratorio del Rosario di San Domenico are also on the must-see list of plenty of spiritually curious travellers.
Among the biggest joys of travel is discovering places that aren't quite so famous, like the Sicilian Region Central Library.
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