Hotel Plaza Opera

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Nicolo Gallo 2, Palermo, Sicily, 90139, Italy
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Forum Posts

what is the weather in April?

by atravelmama2005

We are not sure what to pack? is it light sweater weather or coat?

Re: what is the weather in April?

by ricky52

Trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local on the day variations.
This information should be used as a guide only.
Here is the average weather for Palermo, Italy for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 65f / 18c
Low 55f / 13c
Rain 1.74in / 44.1mm

Re: what is the weather in April?

by leics

And climate tables here:

You would be sensible to include a coat for evenings at least.

Re: what is the weather in April?

by rubbersoul75

If it's towards the end April it will be betting quite warm- for me, I'd just bring a light sweater, light jacket at the most.

Travel Tips for Palermo

There is so much to see in...

by Bgem

There is so much to see in Palermo, so it is better you first get yourself a guide book. But you must absolutely see the Cathedral Of Palermo. Opposite the gate to the main entrance there is a wooden door, if you look closely you will see what remains of the handle of a sword. Keep checking for update of this curios story. I am not too far from this beautiful city and miss the Saturday afternoon walks there to see the people young and old as they come out to be entertained in the principal square by a band or a visiting group. Palermo comes alive at night and is a wonder to behold.

Piazza Indipendenza

by toonsarah

If you’re looking for a quieter spot away from the traffic the Piazza Indipendenza at the south end of the Corsa Vittorio Emanuele makes a good stop. Old men play cards, children chase each other, and the cats chase the pigeons. There are several sunny benches and a couple of cafes only a stone’s throw away.

Palazzo dei Normanni

by Alice-Kees

It´s not the palace itself you come here for, but the mosaics in the Capella Palatina. Once inside, you will see the walls and ceiling covered with breathtaking mosaics, only rivaled on this island by the mosaics in Monreale. Take your time to see everything and don´t let yourself be sent away by the guards who seem to be a little edgy now and then.

Cloistered peace on a Sunday morning

by CliffClaven

Early on a Sunday morning, before the heat really takes hold, catch a bus to Monreale, the small town that looks down on Palermo from the side of the Conca d'Oro valley. Find a bench in the cloisters of the cathedral and read for a while, or just sit in the shade of a palm tree, before entering to admire one of the most beautiful and exuberant cathedral interiors you will ever see. After the service, find a little side-street restaurant for a long Sicilian lunch.


by shiran_d


In its own wide bay underneath the limestone bulk of Monte Pellegrino, PALERMO is stupendously sited. Originally a Phoenician, then a Carthaginian colony, this remarkable city was long considered a prize worth capturing, and under Saracen and Norman rule in the ninth to twelfth centuries Palermo became the greatest city in Europe, famed for the wealth of its court and peerless as a centre of learning. Nowadays it's a fast, brash and exciting city.

"Treasures of Sicily"

It's more than an island! Discover Sicily and discover the world. The world's first multicultural society, Sicily is Italy's (and Europe's) most historically cosmopolitan region, having been ruled by Asians, Africans and Europeans. Sicily is black and white and a million shades of gray. There's no other place on Earth like Sicily. Our island is a unique place full of art, archeology, history, folklore and breathtaking scenery. And, of course, great food. Sicily is almost a nation unto itself.


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 Hotel Plaza Opera

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Address: Via Nicolo Gallo 2, Palermo, Sicily, 90139, Italy