Palermo Sicily – Sites to See

2018 – Part 1 of our Day Trip– we took a 4 hour ride by train from Taormina to Palermo and was a good decision. As we didn’t rent a car, we got a chance to see some of the surrounding areas in Sicily along the way.

Fontana Pretoria – Upon arrival we took a walk around the area and came upon Fontana Pretoria. A monumental fountain located in the heart of the historic center. Originated in the city of Florence in 1554 and transported to Sicily in 1574. An outstanding landmark of Piazza Pretoria.

Piazza Bellini Surrounded with some of the most important and historic buildings in the city. 2018 – Part 1 of our Day Trip- we took a 4 hour ride by train from Taormina to Palermo and was a good decision. As we didn’t rent a car, we got a chance to see some of the surrounding areas in Sicily along the way.

Santa dell’ Ammiraglio – Dates back to about 1150 . The Chiesa di Santa Maria dell’ Ammiraglio is one of the most beautiful churches in the city of Palermo, the capital of Sicily.

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  1. Wow, the architecture of Santa dell’ Ammiraglio looks almost like Roman ruins, although I assume they’re more recent than the Roman Empire. Such beautiful buildings at every turn of the town!

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