Hours fly by in the blink of an eye, but three hours can be a decent amount of time to accomplish something productive or indulge in a leisurely activity. It's enough time to watch a movie, take a scenic drive, try a new recipe, or catch up on some work. However, it can also feel like an eternity when spent doing something you don't enjoy. Time is fleeting, so make the most of it!
Discover the tantalizing art and cuisine that resonates throughout Palermo during this thrilling tour, exploring the most captivating landmarks and savoring delightful local delicacies. Palermo, a city renowned for its rich history, gourmet cuisine and stunning artistry awaits your exploration.
Indulge yourself with some of Palermo's most delectable dishes. Whether it's the original street snack of arancini or a cool granita, you'll experience the authentic flavors of the island. And don't forget to treat yourself with a ricotta-filled cannoli!
Sicily's island capital, Palermo, is best experienced via a walking tour that also includes delicious tastings. Rather than entering them, you'll spot landmarks like the Palatine Chapel, Teatro Massimo, Palazzo dei Normanni, and Cathedral on the three-hour excursion. The guide will enlighten you on the importance of each site encountered throughout the tour.
This Palermo walking tour isn't just about seeing the historic center - it focuses on your senses of taste and smell.
Amidst your travels, a momentous stop will be allocated to a visit to the charming Market of Palermo. As you meander through the market and the city's streets, you'll detect the alluring fragrances that serendipitously cross your path. The great revelation? Exploring a few of them in greater depth will be part of your itinerary. The tour includes five stops for indulging in Sicilian delicacies, allowing you to savor the flavors of the city center's grand monuments and attractions.
Gorging oneself on Sicily's most famous street food is a must when visiting the island. These delectable dishes include "little oranges" known as arancini, which are rice balls deep-fried and filled with ragu or spinach and ricotta. Additionally, there are cannoli, a fried pastry with a sweet cheese filling, and a refreshing granita that can cleanse the palate and cool you down. If you want to taste all these and more, consider joining an incredible food tour in Palermo.
- Food expert who speaks English proficiently
Visit the Food Market and enjoy 5 different Tasting stops.
- Children may be offered wine or soft drinks.