Il Glicine Centro Storico

Via Terra delle Mosche 23, Palermo, Sicily, 90133, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Palermo

Vivere da Zero starts in Palermo

A travel blog entry by caseyzero

I'm starting my travel, my performance, my new life. A long trip through Italy by bike and without money starting from the south of Italy.
Palermo it's the starting point.
Write to me if you have any advice about people, food, life.. for free, or, better, help me directly meeting me or following my adventure!

Palermo, Sicily

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky


... our adventure we visited the royal palace; saw the parliament buildings and tribunals; walked through the old town; saw the cathedral of Palermo which has a silver altar but we'd been spoiled by the beauty of the cathedral; found the teatro massimo (opera house) which is a very grand building. We tried a homemade fresh cannoli in a family run bakery opposite the cathedral... WOW. We then finally wandered back to the ...

A day excursion to Palermo with Santo.

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1


... It was built in 1174 by William II, and in 1182 the church, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, was, by Pope Lucius III, elevated to the rank of a metropolitan cathedral. The church is a national monument of Italy and one of the most important attractions of Sicily.

The cathedral's plan is a mixture of Eastern Rite and Roman Catholic arrangement. The nave is like an Italian basilica, while the large triple-apsed choir is like one of the early three-apsed churches, ...

Terrasini - Partinico - Terrasini

A travel blog entry by black_knight


Well what was supposed to be a five minute check that all was all OK with my bike, ended up being a very enjoyable pootle through the local countryside. I had no idea of where I was going at any given point in time, hence the frequent stops whilst I checked my phone to see where I was relative to my hotel. I also used this ride to fine tune things on my bike.

I'm still having a little difficulty getting some of the ...


A travel blog entry by black_knight


... hotels actually provided WIFI or cable connected internet access.
All of this would have saved him doing the inevitable thing one does when on holiday being to walk 500 miles looking for a bike shop. Instead he'd have been able to take in the sights.

In his defence however is the fact that shops are spread far and wide and are open at odd hours. IE: The Italians (in Sicily at the very least) take a midday ...

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