Bed & Breakfast Panormus

Via Roma, 72, Palermo, 90133, Italy
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need to get to central rail station in palermo for trip to agrigento from airport punta raisi

by stu7271

hello im arriving in palermo punta raise thursday am 11/26 and need to get to agrigento to visit my daughter was planning to go to central station in palermo and take a train to agrigento as they seem to have many trains running there. how can i get to central station in Palermo from air port least expensive way? thanks stuart

Re: need to get to central rail station in palermo for trip to agrigento from airport punta raisi

by leics

Buses run regularly from the airport to the station.

Details in English here:

http://www.gesap.it/index2.php3?op=212&lang=en

You can also take the train:

http://www.gesap.it/index2.php3?op=211&lang=en

Re: need to get to central rail station in palermo for trip to agrigento from airport punta raisi

by K_V_B

There are two trains per hour directly from the airport to the railway station. The trains aren't especially fast, but probably still the best option. Try to buy your ticket for Agrigento allready at the airport station to avoid the queues at Palermo Centrale.

Travel Tips for Palermo

Sicilian foods.

by Superhans

Arancina;
Looks much like a Scotch egg. It is deep fried balls stuffed with rice, cheese, minced meat and peas. There is a student cafe on via maqueda just before the bridge, that makes the best i had. The one in the ones in the airport are of much poorer quality.

Cannoli;
Deep fried Tube pastry filled with ricotta and candid fruit. Personally one of my favourite foods, we dont get them in England so i really look foward to them when going back.

Pesce Spada (Swordfish); Cooked up in nearly all restraunt's and as fresh as a daisy. Make sure you have it at least once in Sicily.

Cornetti; A crossaint filled with ricotta chesse or choclate. A breakfats pastry and goes down very well with your morning cappucino.

A Convenient Spot for the Hungry Sightseer

by hquittner about Pizzeria Bellini

This restaurant is in the old Teatro Bellini and the Piazza Bellini. It looks imposing but if the weather is right the umbrellaed tables outside are inviting. It is actually a pizzeria with excellent pizza and proper Sicilian food. For lunch it is a good choice especially if you are going to or from the immediate sights: the churches and the fountain. I did not take notes (or a camera view from the table) because I did not know about VTand a place to exhibit a picture. The picture shows the restaurant in front of the Matorana with the small Teatro Bellini (which is the indoor part of the restaurant in bad weather) straight ahead and the Matorana to the rt. Pizza was typical thin Neopolitan style, you pick your flavor as anywhere else. We had other dishes that were as tasty and all was served promptly so we could continue our sightseeing.

A corner to hide... better four.

by marco2005

Located at the intersection of Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Via Maqueda, the "Quattro Canti" (Four Corners) is the traditional center of Palermo, the crossroad marking the heart of Palermo's old historic district.

Many of Palermo's monuments, artistic churches and other sights of historical and touristic interest are located within walking distance of the Quattro Canti. Although almost everyone in Palermo calls the Four Corners "Quattro Canti", the intersection's official name is actually "Piazza Vigilena," named for the Spanish Viceroy who had the sculptures built on the Four Corners back in 1611.

Each of the four buildings that comprise the Quattro Canti, has three levels covered with Baroque sculptures that were designed by the architect Giulio Lasso. The sculptures on the facades of the four buildings illustrate various themes: the Four Seasons, Spanish kings and various patron saints of Palermo's four old quarters. The fountains at ground level are typically Baroque. These sculptures were actually executed by a collective of talented local sculptors of that era, among whom d'Aprile, La Mattina and Tedeschi.
Thanks to years of exposure to smog and soot, the once pearl colored sculptures have been transformed into a grimy gray that has obscured some of their definition but none of their magnificence.

(from: www.bestofsicily.com)

Palermo Sicily, Italy

by al_mary

"Founded By The Phoenician's"


Palermo we found interesting, because it was founded in the 8th
century BC by Phoenician tradesmen around a natural harbour
on the north-western coast of Sicily.

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"Palermo Has 8 Districts"


The territory of Palermo is comprised of 8 districts,
each an important place to visit ........

Prima - Seconda - Terza - Quarta
Quinta - Sesta - Settina - Ottava

Prima is the historical city center and port which
is divided into several districts.

Click On Photo To Enlarge


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Address: Via Roma, 72, Palermo, 90133, Italy