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Touring Palermo, Sicily

Touring Palermo, Sicily

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WALKING TOUR OF PALERMO

Walking Around Old Town Palermo: From the cruise terminal, walk toward town in a westerly direction to Via Principe di Belmonte, a pedestrian avenue with great shopping. Turn left (south) on Via Maqueda, walking toward the intersection of Via Cavour where you’ll see the famous Teatro Massimo opera house. Continue down Via Maqueda to Piazza Bellini at the intersection of Via Vittorio Emanuele. This intersection is also known as Quattro Canti (Four Corners), described on the next page. You’ll see the San Cataldo and Santa Caterina churches here. If you’d like to walk to the city’s cathedral, turn right at Via Vittorio Emanuele and walk west—you can’t miss the large Duomo. Otherwise, turn left (east) onto Via Vittorio Emanuele and walk to Via Roma, another large avenue with interesting shops and eateries. Turn left on Via Roma and walk northwest, passing the Oratory of the Rosary of St. Dominic. Farther along and down a side street is the archeology museum described on the next page. When you reach Via Cavour, you’ll leave the old city and enter the new—from here you can continue northwest and shop along Via Principe di Belmonte or explore the quaint side streets of the old town before leaving that area. Allow 3–4 hours for this walking tour, more if you plan to shop and eat.

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