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Palermo und Cefalù - Tagesausflug von Taormina

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Province of Messina, Italien

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13 Stunden (ca.)
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Angeboten in: Deutsch und 2 weitere

Übersicht

Sage Arrivaderci für den Tag zu Taormina und verbringe einige Zeit in Palermo und Cefalù auf diesem faszinierenden geführten Tagesausflug. Entdecken Sie die einzigartige Architektur, die von den Normannen und Arabern beeinflusst wurde, und erfahren Sie mehr über die lange und interessante Geschichte beider Orte. Spazieren Sie mit Ihrem ortskundigen Guide durch die Straßen beider Städte und besuchen Sie den Il Capo-Markt in Palermo und die Hauptkathedrale in Cefalù.
  • Tagesausflug in die sizilianischen Städte Palermo und Cefalù von Taormina
  • Machen Sie einen Spaziergang durch Palermo und erfahren Sie mehr über die arabisch-normannische Architektur der Stadt
  • Schlendern Sie durch die Piazza Bellini, um die Kirche La Martorana und die Kathedrale von Palermo zu sehen
  • Besuchen Sie den Il Capo-Markt und stöbern Sie in der bunten Essensammlung
  • Erkunden Sie die Stadt Cefalù mit einem Führer und entdecken Sie die Pracht der Kathedrale von Cefalù
Nachdem Sie Ihren Reiseführer am Busbahnhof in Taormina getroffen haben, steigen Sie in den bequemen Bus, um Ihre Reise nach Palermo und Cefalù zu beginnen. Genießen Sie während der Busfahrt die Landschaft von Ihrem Fenster aus: die sanften Hügel, die Weinberge und die Olivenhaine.
Sobald Sie in Palermo sind, beginnen Sie einen Rundgang durch das Stadtzentrum, einen Teil der Stadt, der mit einer mediterranen Atmosphäre pulsiert. Genießen Sie die Kunst und die antiken Ruinen der Stadt. Erfahren Sie mehr über die Geschichte der Stadt und ihrer Bewohner - von Arabern über Wikinger bis zu den Franzosen. Und lernen Sie die verschiedenen Arten von Architektur kennen und von welchem Benutzer sie gebaut wurde. Der strenge Wikinger- oder Normannenbau und die reich verzierten arabischen Gebäude sind ein auffälliger Anblick. Erfahren Sie, wie die Wikinger / Normannen, nachdem sie die Stadt erobert hatten, von der arabischen Architektur beeinflusst wurden und einige ihrer Techniken übernommen haben.
Verweilen Sie eine Weile auf der Piazza Bellini und erfahren Sie mehr über die Kirche La Martorana, eine spirituelle Struktur, die für ihre wundervollen Mosaiken bekannt ist, und posieren Sie für einige Fotos vor der Kathedrale von Palermo, einem Gebäude, das dank seiner eleganten arabischen Bögen das Auge begeistert. Spazieren Sie durch die Piazza Vigliena, auch bekannt als Quattro Canti, und bewundern Sie anschließend die Renaissancebrunnen auf der Piazza Pretoria.
Ein Teil von Palermo, den Sie nicht verpassen sollten, ist der Il Capo Market. Schlendern Sie durch den lebhaften Markt, dessen enge Gehwege mit Gemüse-, Obst- und Meeresfrüchten gefüllt sind. Nehmen Sie sich hier Zeit und genießen Sie das lebhafte süditalienische Ambiente des Ortes. Vielleicht setzen Sie sich in ein Café und genießen Sie das Mittagessen (auf eigene Kosten).
Steigen Sie in den Bus nach Cefalù. Genießen Sie während der einstündigen Fahrt die Landschaft. Sobald Sie sich in dieser aufregenden Küstenstadt aufhalten, spazieren Sie mit Ihrem Führer durch die Straßen, durch enge Gassen, übergroße Kirchen und grüne Plätze. Stoppen Sie eine Weile in der Kathedrale von Cefalù und lernen Sie die erstaunlichen Mosaiken kennen.
Nachdem Sie die Stadt mit Ihrem Reiseleiter entdeckt haben und zur freien Verfügung stehen, steigen Sie in den Bus zurück und fahren zurück nach Taormina, um die Tour abzuschließen.

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Leider haben wir in Palermo nicht...
Adelheid G
, Mai 2016
Leider haben wir in Palermo nicht das Wichtigste gesehen, dafür wurden wir über einen albernen Markt mit Obst, Gemüse Fisch, Fleisch gescheucht völlig überflüssig. Auch Cefalù war nicht sehr ergibig. Außerdem war die Führerin von Viator nicht gerade der deutschen Sprache mächtig. Der Preis war nicht gerechtfertigt.
A taste of Palermo and Chefalu
ddcar
, Sep 2018
This was our first excursion in Sicily and we knew it would be a very long day! We were surprised to see how dirty the city was but did not detract from the beautiful churches we saw.Afrer reading other Trip Advisor reviews we opted not to eat at Restaurante 59 but had a wonder meal in restaurant Basil opposite the opera house. It took a while to navigate the steps to get food but the locals were friendly and guided us through. You must pay first and then go to the window to order your pasta--it will be the pasta for the day. I had homemade raviolis and my husband the best spaghetti with clams sauce. The best we have had thus far! Cefalu was very pretty seaside town. I wish I had put my swim suite on and gone swimming instead of seeing another church. As it turned out I did go in for a dip up to my knees-just rolled up my shorts. This was a good taste of both areas- I do not have the desire to go back to Palermo but would think about spending a few days in Chefalu!
I was staying in Messina the other...
Vincenza S
, Feb 2018
I was staying in Messina the other side of Sicily and I wanted an easy way to explore the capital of Palermo. I was so happy when I found this tour option. It is a VERY LONG DAY! You do leave at 6am and you do not return until 7pm that night, however for one person wanting to get a glimpse of the other side this was good. I enjoyed seeing the historic heart of Palermo and you can definitely see why Cefalu is a thriving beach town for Europeans. A great way to explore.
This trip was a little bit hard it...
Ulla-Maija M
, Sep 2017
This trip was a little bit hard it was a long day. But still Palermo and Cefalu' are both places to see! In Palermo we had a local guide and she was pleasant. Our guide for the trip recommended us to have a lunch in a restaurant in Palermo Restaurant and Pizzeria 59. I must say it was the worst! The food was bad. For example on our antipasto plate there were two cold frankfurters - straight from the package. They still had some slimy gel on them!!! And the place was also expensive. I would never recommend that restaurant to anybody. But otherwise the trip was alright!
The long drive to Palermo was not a...
Francesca M
, Jul 2017
The long drive to Palermo was not a problem. The problem was that the guide needed to speak in 3 languages which whilst on the bus was ok but when we were walking took too long so didn't see many things do we decided to leave and do our own thing. If I had of known would have booked my our transport
This is a really, really long day...
blueheaven97
, Jul 2017
This is a really, really long day, so be prepared to be tired. The journey to to Palermo takes around 4 hours, and the coach doesn't have a toilet so makes a stop at a service station. Palermo is a nice enough city but nothing spectacular and, while I'm glad I've seen it, it probably wasn't worth the time/money in the end. In hindsight I probably would have liked more time to explore on my own, instead of follow the walking tour that we were taken on. This walking tour consisted of quite a long time spent in two different churches, and a very quick walk through the market. To be honest there are other things I would have liked to see, and I'm not sure why it was necessary to spend so much time in two churches I've got nothing against churches, but one is generally enough. And the market was quite small and run-down - certainly no better than you'd see in any other city. Also it's a grocery market rather than a street-food market, so you can't really buy anything. The suggested lunch restaurant is nice, with reasonable prices and good pizza you don't have to go there and can go elsewhere if you prefer. Cefalu is a nice place and, again, was worth seeing, but to be honest it's not as nice as Taormina. To be honest there are quite a few better and cheaper, and less tiring things you can do with your time if visiting Taormina. But this was OK.
Long road trip. The guide lost me...
MOHSIN A
, Apr 2017
Long road trip. The guide lost me and 2 other people while passing through the market! We found the gruop after 2 hrs. The tour stoped at touristic restaurant where they tried to cheat us on the bill.
This was a very fast way to see a...
Melody M
, Nov 2016
This was a very fast way to see a little bit of both places. We were lucky enough to have an actual tour guide Rossana give us a quick tour around Palermo with a lot of information. It was nice to have a local guide. The sights were somewhat interesting but as I mentioned it is a very quick overview. We had lunch at Restaurant 59. It was very good, but as some others mentioned, it is expensive. I ordered lasagna with a side, and Coke Light as a beverage, and the Coke Light came in a very tiny bottle so I ordered two, not realizing that it cost 4 euros a bottle! Then there is also the cover charge of 2 euros just to eat inside, but that is very typical of most places, so I can't fault them for that. I will say the lasagna was worth what I paid for it, but if you eat lunch there you may want to order something else as a beverage. I also had the tempura style vegetables and those were good. After that, we were off to Cefalu, which I thought was much more scenic than Palermo, and even more scenic that Panarea and Stromboli which I had visited earlier in the week. It was a long day, but nice to get a taste of what these two places were like in case I want to come back for a future visit. The only somewhat negative point is that the tour was conducted in three languages, which makes the explanation times a bit long and cumbersome. We were a large enough group that we could have had an English-speaking guide and German-speaking guide. There were a couple of Spanish speakers who got by with Italian. Other than that, it was a nice tour.
Graet tor and round trip. Impressed...
davidmstalker
, Sep 2016
Graet tor and round trip. Impressed by multi-language skills of guide who filled us in with al lsorts of information.
This was a good way to get to...
Daughertyj
, Jul 2016
This was a good way to get to Palermo and Cefalu in one day from Taormina. It's minimal time in Palermo but does give a flavor for the city. Cefalu was beautiful. The guide didn't seem to know or share a lot about Cefalu (may have been a language issue) but was pleasant and helpful.

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