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Palermo Shore Excursion: Private Day Trip to Segesta, Erice and Marsala

Palermo Shore Excursion: Private Day Trip to Segesta, Erice and Marsala - Palermo, Italy Star Rating

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

From USD
$108.97

Ever dreamed of exploring Sicily? While you’re in port in Palermo, you can do just that on this private shore excursion to the beautiful towns of Segesta, Erice and Marsala. Your private driver will take you along the Sicilian coast to Segesta and Erice, where you'll explore fascinating sites such as the Doric Temple and Venus Castle ... More info ›

Ever dreamed of exploring Sicily? While you’re in port in Palermo, you can do just that on this private shore excursion to the beautiful towns of Segesta, Erice and Marsala. Your private driver will take you along the Sicilian coast to Segesta and Erice, where you'll explore fascinating sites such as the Doric Temple and Venus Castle. In Marsala, discover the magnificent Church of St John the Baptist and learn about the Marsala Cathedral as you experience the beauty of this ancient Mediterranean city.

When your cruise ship docks in Palermo, meet your local driver at the port and set off in the comfort of a luxurious vehicle to explore the most ancient and fascinating places in Sicily. First, visit Segesta, a historic city on Mt Barbaro. Explore this pretty town and see the fascinating Doric Temple from the 5th century BC, a prime example of Greek architecture. Enjoy the magnificent views from this temple and spend time taking unforgettable photos before continuing your trip.

Your driver will take you west toward the coast to the beautiful town of Erice, located on Mt Erice. According to legend, Erice was founded by the Trojans while in exile from their own land. Walk up to Venus Castle, a breathtaking structure from the Norman period built on top of the ancient Temple of Venus. Take in stunning views of the city below from the castle walls.

Next, head to the city of Marsala. Here, see evidence of the influence of the Roman, Norman and Spanish civilizations as you visit the Marsala Cathedral, which was built on the foundations of a preexisting Norman castle. Visit the 16th-century Church of St John the Baptist, a true pride of Marsala and well known for its underground vaults.

Worry-free Shore Excursion:
We will ensure your timely return to the Palermo port for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.

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Private Self-Guided Tour of Cefalu, Santo Stefano di Camastra and Corleone from Palermo

Private Self-Guided Tour of Cefalu, Santo Stefano di Camastra and Corleone from Palermo - Palermo, Italy Star Rating

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

From USD
$602.58

Explore Cefalù, Corleone, and Santo Stefano di Camastra on this 8-hour self-guided day trip from Palermo. Despite the small size of Cefalù, it attracts millions of tourists every year from all parts of Sicily, Italy, and Europe. There is a youthful atmosphere and a lively nightlife ... More info ›

Explore Cefalù, Corleone, and Santo Stefano di Camastra on this 8-hour self-guided day trip from Palermo. Despite the small size of Cefalù, it attracts millions of tourists every year from all parts of Sicily, Italy, and Europe. There is a youthful atmosphere and a lively nightlife. Parts of 'The Godfather' movies were filmed in the village of Corleone.

You driver will meet you in front of your Palermo hotel, then drive you to Cefalù and Santo Stefano di Camastra on Sicily’s coast.

In Cefalù, you will admire the majestic cathedral, one of the most interesting medieval buildings in the region. Legend says that Roger II, the well-known Norman sovereign of Sicily, in gratitude to God for sparing his life in a violent storm at sea, commissioned the building of a grand cathedral at Cefalù, where he landed after the tempest. The church reflects the various Norman, Latin, Greek, and Arab influences of Sicilian history. The province is also very famous for its beaches. It is ideal for an afternoon stroll, a place to sit on a bench and watch the sea roll in, or a place to sun and swim.

You will visit the medieval laundry, where women could gather to wash clothing in a series of large basins that line up in an unusual stepped sequence. You'll see the beautiful Santo Stefano Church, also known as the Church of Purgatory. Its delicately carved Baroque portal looks out onto a small square from atop a graceful double staircase with iron balustrades. Greenery and flowers make the square even more intimate. 

Your trip will continue on to Santo Stefano di Camastra, a lovely little village famous for its refined and historical tradition of ceramic production. The pretty and colorful ceramics are sold to visitors in the many shops along the streets of its center.

The tour will give you the chance to visit Corleone, where 'The Godfather' was filmed, and the ancestral home of the notorious Corleone family. However, the village's shady past is well hidden, as it is now a pleasant and sunny village with several bars and trattorias lining the streets.

After the tour is finished, your driver will take you back to your accommodation in downtown Palermo.

Please note: A tour guide is not included, a suggestion may be to bring a guidebook. Remember to check the website for opening times of the location and the price of entrance ticket. Entrance fees are not included.

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Full-Day Agrigento Round Trip Tour from Palermo

Full-Day Agrigento Round Trip Tour from Palermo - Palermo, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

From USD
$662.51

Explore the historic beauty of Agrigento with this 8-hour trip from Palermo. Also visit the village of Enna and see a Roman villa in Piazza Armerina before returning to Palermo.

Get picked up at your Palermo hotel or another location in central Palermo to begin this day trip ... More info ›

Explore the historic beauty of Agrigento with this 8-hour trip from Palermo. Also visit the village of Enna and see a Roman villa in Piazza Armerina before returning to Palermo.

Get picked up at your Palermo hotel or another location in central Palermo to begin this day trip. The first stop is Agrigento.

Agrigento became one of the most important cities in the Mediterranean area and its relevance is proved by the remains in the magnificent Valley of Temples. The site boundary includes the entire territory of the ancient city, the extramural area of the necropolis, the remains of the residential area of Hellenistic and Roman Agrigento, the network of underground aqueducts, and a wide portion of land where there are still unexcavated archaeological structures.

One of the most surprising fact about Agrigento is that the ancient city was more extensive than the new one. In the center of town is the famous Via Atenea where shops, trattorias, and restaurants are lined up.

Travel next to the beautiful village of Enna. It is known as the 'Province of Lakes,' the only Sicilian Province without an outlet to the sea. Instead, it possesses the greatest number of ponds and lakes.

Remains of ancient reigns are scattered throughout the territory, and in exploring the area you will easily recognize the passage of the Normans, Swabians and Aragonese through architecture and other signs. Architecture also reveals the expansion of the Baroque from the eastern coast to the interior. This area is also full of typical dishes that you can't resist!

Your trip will end with a bang visiting Piazza Armerina to see an ancient Roman villa with its magnificent mosaics. They depict scenes from daily life in ancient Rome.

The remains of another village, Sofiana (the ancient Proedium Philosophianum), have been discovered about 6 kilometers south of the villa. This discovery includes baths, as well as Roman and Byzantine cemeteries and the vestiges of a Paleo Christian church. Enjoy the scenery of the mountainous area of Piazza Armerina, not far from Enna.

Return to Palermo at the end of the day.

Please note: A tour guide is not included, a suggestion may be to bring a guidebook. Remember to check the website for opening times of the location and the price of entrance ticket. Entrance fees are not included.

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Transfer Palermo Airport to Sicilian Destinations

Transfer Palermo Airport to Sicilian Destinations - Palermo, Italy

Duration: Flexible
Location: Palermo, Italy

From USD
$245.17

Taxis with driver, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Drivers are highly experience in the field and established ... More info ›

Taxis with driver, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Drivers are highly experience in the field and established. Professionalism allows us to provide quality services.

The vehicles are equipped with all the modern technology and equipment that improve safety and comfort, including air conditioning, radio and a large boot.

Professionalism and courtesy are the cornerstones on which we aim to provide care and attention to travelers.

Taxi service and/or chauffeur service is a convenient, flexible and affordable, designed to solve the problems of urban and suburban mobility. You can move around in comfort and safely. The rate is competitive and not subject to change due to traffic.

The service is ideal for travel any time, anywhere with peace of mind.

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Private Transfer: Palermo to Segesta Archeo Park

Private Transfer: Palermo to Segesta Archeo Park - Palermo, Italy Star Rating

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

From USD
$119.86

Enjoy a a private transfer from Palermo to Segesta Archeo Park and then explore the park for 4-hours on your own. Depart from your Palermo hotel or Palermo airport on board of a private car ... More info ›

Enjoy a a private transfer from Palermo to Segesta Archeo Park and then explore the park for 4-hours on your own. Depart from your Palermo hotel or Palermo airport on board of a private car. Upon arrival at Segesta park, the professional driver will help you buy the entrance tickets. Visit the park on your own and then relax while you are driven back to Palermo.

Departure in the morning or early afternoon from your Palermo accommodation or Palermo airport. Enjoy 1-hour private transfer from Palermo to Segesta and admire the magnificent panoramas during the ride. Upon arrival, experience the park on your own (entrance ticket at your expense). You will have about 2-hours to visit the area, you will be given a dedicated guide book of Segesta (in English) to follow.

Do not miss the magnificent Greek-Elymian doric temple and the breathtaking views from the Greek theater located at the top of Monte Barbaro. At end of the tour, meet your private driver and relax on your way back to Palermo.

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Branciforte Palace Entry Ticket

Branciforte Palace Entry Ticket - Palermo, Italy

Duration: Flexible
Location: Palermo, Italy

From USD
$11.96

Palazzo Branciforte is a unique place, combining identity and innovation. It is home to exhibition areas for the Fondazione Sicilia collections of archaeological artifacts, coins, stamps, tin-glazed pottery (maiolica), sculpture and fresco on panel.

Visit Palazzo Branciforte, a 16th century building in the heart of Palermo, recently restored by the Italian architect Gae Aulenti ... More info ›

Palazzo Branciforte is a unique place, combining identity and innovation. It is home to exhibition areas for the Fondazione Sicilia collections of archaeological artifacts, coins, stamps, tin-glazed pottery (maiolica), sculpture and fresco on panel.

Visit Palazzo Branciforte, a 16th century building in the heart of Palermo, recently restored by the Italian architect Gae Aulenti. He made the building more modern and functional, maintaining the heritage of the past and adding a contemporary design. The Palazzo is a unique place, combining identity and innovation where history meets archaeology, modern and contemporary art, with a historical library containing more than 40,000 books, and a place for the great Italian culinary tradition (the Gambero Rosso cooking school).

The archaeological collection and the historic majolica collection are displayed on the ground floor, while the main floor houses the stamp, coin and sculpture collections, along with the historical Library which preserves more than 40,000 books from the Fondazione Sicilia collection. From here you can make your way to the splendid rooms of the Monte di Santa Rosalia, a rare surviving example of wooden architecture, now housing temporary art exhibitions.

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