Palermo may not be as big or famous as Rome, but the Sicilian capital city offers more attractions and activities than you’ll be able to cram into a three day visit. Whether your touristic tastes lean toward the architectural, the artistic, the ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2015

Marco spoke excellent English and was a friendly, knowledgeable guide. He took us to parts of Palermo we probably would not otherwise have seen and introduced us to some local food we definitely would not have tried. The tour lasted nearly 4 hours and we thoroughly enjoyed it. In practice it works out cheaper than it appears because, if you're prepared to be adventurous and try everything offered, you avoid the need to buy lunch and we found that we ate enough to want only a snack in the evening rather than a full meal. Thank you Marco.

Doing what: Palermo Street Food Walking Tour

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
December 2014

Fantastic trip! The tour guides were delightful and so knowledgeable. They were proud Sicilians who were only too happy show their beautiful part of the world with other to visitors and answer all questions. The lunch in the farm house was lovely too. All in all - brilliant experience.

Doing what: Erice and Segesta Day Trip from Palermo with Sicilian Food and Wine Tasting

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
December 2014

Marco did a fabulous job of introducing us to local cuisine, history and adventures! His Passport del Mangione was fun and a great memory of all the fun foods we sampled and people we met. A superb introduction to Sicily and Palermo!

Doing what: Palermo Street Food Walking Tour

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