Situated next to piazza Politeama, all major monuments and sights are just a short walk way, such as Teatro Massimo, Teatro Politeama, as well as the famous historical churches. Walking is a wonderful way to take in all the splendid sights, sounds, and even aromas the city has to offer. Take a stroll along via roma and tuck yourself into some of the side streets and explore the many shops and cafes as you make your way towards the historic centre, stumbling upon ancient artifacts, churches and monuments where Arabic, Greek, and Roman architecture styles intertwine to reflect the tumultuous and rich history of the city. Don’t be afraid to ask the friendly who are always willing to assist you and eager to help you get the most out of this historical city.
To really gain an appreciation of the culture, visit the famous Vucceri Markets off via Roma. Vendors here sell all types of fresh fruits and vegetables as well as fabulous seafoods and meats. Ethnic diversity is on show here in the wide variety of food on display. The frantic sounds and sights of the market truly offer a unique experience.
How to find us
If arriving by air, regular trains from Falcone – Borsellino airport can get you to the train station in no time. Buses run continuously from both airports and can be easily spotted inside the airport at the appropriate kiosks, taking you to the city centre train station in Palermo.
From the station it’s possible to arrive on foot, as the hotel is near the train station, going along via Roma, taxi, or any number of public buses that leave from the station, such as numbers 122, 107, 101, or the 102. This 4 star hotel in the centre of Palermo is located near the port, just 5 minutes on foot and easily accessible if arriving by sea.
• Airport 1: Falcone – Borsellino (PMO) 23.8 Kilometres
• Airport 2: Vicenzo Florio (TPS) 79.4 Kilometres
• Train Station: Train Station 1.7 kilometres
• Port: 500 metres
• Parking: Public Parking nearby