Guests looking for budget accommodation in Palermo could consider B&B Politeama Square, which features Quartararo restaurant. Art Lincoln is an affordable choice that will place you only a 10-minute walk from the city center. Bahlara Case Vacanza is a low-priced apartment near Ballaro Market offering a free parking lot and a free private parking lot.
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Where to stay in Palermo?
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Palermo airports & Subway stations
For early morning flights, stay at one of the 3 hotels in Palermo, such as Kunesias B&B or Magaggiari Hotel Resort, that are close to Falcone-Borsellino airport. In Itinera is only a 10-minute walk from Stazione Notarbartolo metro station and has a Jacuzzi, hiking and a night club. If you are planning day trips to Palermo, choose a hotel close to Palermo Central train station, such as People B&B.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
In Palermo, several hotels lie within easy reach of the center, including B&B Domus Dei Cocchieri with rates starting from 62US$ and Nuovo Cortile Palermo Bed And Breakfast where rates start at 56US$. To be only a 10-minute walk from the city center, stay at Casa Vacanze La Cattedrale. Book a hotel in La Kalsa district, such as Ibis Styles Palermo Cristal that offers views of the mountain.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Palermo
To experience some of Palermo's impressive natural scenery, select a hotel next to Mura, Bastione e Porta Carini, such as Porta Felice situated within walking distance of gardens, a harbor and parks. Choose Palazzo Brunaccini near Catacombe dei Cappuccini, a popular boutique hotel that has a tennis court, a Jacuzzi and hiking. The 3-star Camplus Guest Palermo is an option for those who prefer reliable service.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you are visiting Palermo with their families, book an apartment next to Chiesa di Sant'Ippolito Martire, such as Imperial and La Dimora Di Houel. Beeclaire Guest House is a cozy B&B that will put you only a 15-minute walk from Necropoli Punica. If you're visiting Palermo with your family, think about staying at a hotel such as Nh Palermo or B&B Palermo Art. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Allakala B&B in Castellammare Vucciria district, offering views of the city.
City Guide: Discover the best of Palermo
Palermo is a city located in Southern part of Italy and northwestern part of Sicily on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
The city is more than 2,700 years old and is one of the renowned cultural centers of Italy. Being one of the warmest cities in the Mediterranean, Palermo attracts visitors throughout the year.
Palermo hotels are numerous and vary in prices and facilities. Booked.net will assist you in finding the best Palermo hotel to suit your budget and preferences. On the website you can find a wide range of hotels from low-cost options to luxury hotels.
Palermos’ ancient history is reflected in every building. It has numerous cathedrals, churches and stunning squares. Major tourist attractions are:
- Palermo Cathedral, a majestic cathedral built in 1185, which is the city's main church nowadays. Its architecture is a fusion of various styles due to multiple additions occurred long after the main building was erected.
- Martorana Church overlooking Bellini Square has a stunning mosaics interior in byzantine style.
- Archeological Museum with the greatest collection of antiquities in Italy.
- Catacombs of the Capuchins where you can see thousands mummified people who used to live in Palermo centuries ago.
- Palace of the Normans, originally the seat of power of the Sicilian Kings. Its interior is decorated with wonderful mosaics and painted roofs.
- Gesu Church constructed in 1600s reflects the beginning of the Sicilian Baroque period.
Street markets are very common in Italy and can be found on Carmine and Vucciria squares. Pretoria Square is worth a stroll due to the stunning Pretoria Fountain built in 1555 by Francesco Camilliani, assisted by Michelangelo. If you have time, take a trip to Monreale located 10-minute drive from Palermo and get the most picturesque view of Palermo and the sea.
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