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3 Days Discover West Sicily with a Local Guide - Private Excursions from Palermo

3 Days Discover West Sicily with a Local Guide - Private Excursions from Palermo - Palermo, Italy

Duration: 3 days
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$299.30

PALERMO - SELINUNTE - WINERY - ERICE - SEGESTA - ORGANIC OLIVE FARM - AGRIGENTO - MONREALE - CEFALU’. Exclusive West Sicily Discover Tours ... More info ›

PALERMO - SELINUNTE - WINERY - ERICE - SEGESTA - ORGANIC OLIVE FARM - AGRIGENTO - MONREALE - CEFALU’. Exclusive West Sicily Discover Tours. 3 different days with a licensed Local Guide and Top Class Mercedes Minivan. Possibility to choose your preferred tours.

Sicily, where Greek, Roman, Arabic, Norman, Swabian and Spanish influences can be found in religious architecture, in archeology, in the dialect, in the popular traditions and in a unique cuisine. Visiting Sicily is exciting and enriches the soul. Its traditions and customs, its rarities and uses, and the places of its myths never fail to fascinate and enrapture each and every traveler. The central position of the island in the Mediterranean has for centuries made it the ideal place for the integration of Mediterranean culture. For up to 6 travelers

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Day 1: Palermo - Walking Tour

Stop At: Centro Storico, 90133, Palermo, Sicily Italy
Meet your Guide after breakfast and start a GUIDED WALKING TOUR in Palermo: the culture of the city, the beautiful sights, architecture and the typical street markets, are hidden in the old part of town. Palermo is a many faceted city, with as much an unmistakable as enigmatic identity, a combination of aristocratic magnificence and the colourful ways of the common people. Visit the highlights of the Arab Norman Period, Palatine Chapel inside the Royal Palace, the Quattro Canti, Piazza Pretoria, the Cathedral plus a typical market and more. Overight in Palermo
Duration: 4 hours

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

Day 2: Selinunte, Olive Farm & Winery

Stop At: Parco Archeologico Selinunte, Via Selinunte, 91022 Marinella di Selinunte, Castelvetrano, Sicily Italy
Meet your Guide and drive towards the archeological park of SELINUNTE, among the most evocative places in Sicily. Also one of the most impressive of all Greek sites, never having been built over in modern times. In the 5th Century BC it was second only to Syracuse. The archeological site includes several temples, part of the excavated ancient city, amazing ruins more than 2500 years old and a beautiful landscape.

Included visit of an Organic Olive Farm, local producer in the Belice Valley. The prestigious "Nocellara del Belice" olive variety has been grown here for centuries. An unrepeatable combination of the local soil and microclimate gives origin to DOP certified table olives and extra-virgin olive oil.

Possibility to visit a renowned WINERY (Optional) which is embedded in a charming and unique context. The island is renowned for the many outstanding wines, some of them produced in this area (south of Palermo) which is famous for a great wine and olive oil production. During the Wine Tasting session you'll get familiar with the local grapes. Back in Palermo in the late afternoon.

(Your Choice - Alternative program for Day 2: Tour to Agrigento Valley of Temples).
Duration: 2 hours

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

Day 3: Segesta & Erice

Stop At: Parco Archeologico, Contrada Barbaro SNC, 91013 Calatafimi-Segesta, Sicily Italy
Together with your Guide this morning is dedicated to the archeological area of SEGESTA. Temple and Theater from the 5th century BC are embedded within a wonderful landscape. The high-stepped, semicircular theatre opens onto a breathtaking panorama over the surrounding countryside with the sea in the distance.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Castello di Venere, Largo Castello, 91016, Erice, Sicily Italy
Continue to ERICE, just about 2400 feet above sea level, cool even in a hot Sicilian summer, offers on clear days magnificent views. It is not just the views, however that brings people here since the quaint cobblestone streets have their own appeal. Back in Palermo in the late afternoon.

(Your Choice - Alternative program for Day 3: Tour of Monreale & Cefalù or Segesta & Monreale).
Duration: 2 hours

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

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3-Days Tour to discover Western Sicily: Culture, Colors & Flavors, from Palermo

3-Days Tour to discover Western Sicily: Culture, Colors & Flavors, from Palermo - Palermo, Italy

Duration: 3 days
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$217.77

This tour aims to offer a complete experience for both your eyes and your palate. You will visit some of the most beautiful places, cities, villages in Western Sicily: rich in history, culture and art ... More info ›

This tour aims to offer a complete experience for both your eyes and your palate. You will visit some of the most beautiful places, cities, villages in Western Sicily: rich in history, culture and art. Palermo, Monreale, Mondello, Erice, Segesta, Trapani, Cefalù, Castelbuono, The Saline with Their different colors. You will taste the typical Cannoli, the Marsala, the Almond sweets in Erice, the cheeses and the artisanal Salami in Castelbuono, the street food in Palermo, fish dishes in Trapani and the foods that made us famous in the world.

Itinerary

Day 1: The first day will be dedicated to the visit of the Capital Palermo, the historic center, Monreale, Mondello beach.

Stop At: Duomo di Monreale, Piazza Guglielmo II 1, 90046, Monreale, Sicily Italy
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Nuova is the main place of Catholic worship in Monreale, in the metropolitan city of Palermo, the archbishop's see of the Archdiocese of Palermo.

Built starting from 1174 at the behest of William II of Altavilla, king of Sicily from 1166 to 1189, it is famous for the rich Byzantine mosaics that decorate its interior.

In August 1926 Pope Pius XI elevated it to the dignity of a minor basilica.

From 3 July 2015 it is part of the World Heritage Site (UNESCO) within the Arab-Norman Route of Palermo, Cefalù and Monreale.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Cattedrale di Palermo, Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 90040, Palermo, Sicily Italy
The primatial metropolitan cathedral of the Holy Virgin Mary the Assumption, known simply as the cathedral of Palermo, is the main place of Catholic worship in the city of Palermo and a bishop's seat of the homonymous archdiocese of the city
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Teatro Massimo, Piazza Giuseppe Verdi, 90138, Palermo, Sicily Italy
The Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emanuele, better known as Teatro Massimo, of Palermo is the largest opera theater building in Italy, and one of the largest in Europe, third by architectural magnitude after the Opéra National de Paris and the Staatsoper of Vienna. Representative environments, halls, galleries and monumental staircases surround the theater itself, forming an architectural complex of grandiose proportions.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Quattro Canti, Corso Vittorio Emanuelle Via Maqueda, 90100, Palermo, Sicily Italy
I Quattro Canti, or piazza Villena, or Ottagono del Sole, or Teatro del Sole, is the name of an octagonal square at the intersection of the two main roads of Palermo: the Via Maqueda and the Cassaro, today Via Vittorio Emanuele (ancient street of Phoenician origin, connecting the acropolis and the Palazzo dei Normanni to the sea), about half of their length
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Piazza Pretoria, Piazza, Palermo, Sicily Italy
The construction of the unusual garden, without a prominent building or building, and the monumental fountain were commissioned by Pedro Álvarez to the Florentine sculptor Francesco Camilliani, a pupil of Baccio Bandinelli, who worked there starting in 1554. The fountain included 48 statues and had unusual dimensions, not being destined to a public space, and it was faced by a long pergola formed by 90 wooden columns put in place under the supervision of Bartolomeo Ammannati.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Spiaggia di Mondello, Viale Regina Elena, Mondello, Palermo, Sicily Italy
Mondello is a neighborhood and tourist area of ​​Palermo that is part of the VIII District, enclosed by Monte Pellegrino and Monte Gallo. Detached from the city by the Parco della Favorita, it can be reached by means of the many royal tree-lined avenues or by secondary links.

The area is renowned for its beach, which is one of the most coveted beaches in Sicily, for its numerous Art Nouveau villas, known as the best expression of Art Nouveau in Italy, and for sites of historical interest. It is home to the World Festival on the Beach. In this locality, in 1975 the Mondello Prize was born, a literary festival today organized by the Sicily Foundation together with the Turin International Book Fair.
Duration: 2 hours

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

Day 2: The second day you will be dedicated to the visit of Segesta temple, Erice medieval village, Salt Flats & Trapani

Stop At: Tempio di Segesta, Contrada Barbaro SNC, 91013 Calatafimi-Segesta, Sicily Italy
Segesta with its perfectly preserved Greek temple and theater, beautiful hills and lush vineyards.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Castello di Venere, Largo Castello, 91016, Erice, Sicily Italy
Erice, a unique medieval town located atop a mountain at 760 meters above sea level overlooking Trapani, a city full of churches, castles, watchtowers, narrow streets and breathtaking views of the Egadi Islands, Trapani and Monte Cofano. In Erice you can also taste the typical almond sweets of local production as well as delicious wines famous all over the world.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Museo del Sale, Via Chiusa 12A Località Nubia, 91027 Paceco, Sicily Italy
The oriented natural reserve of the Saline of Trapani and Paceco is a regional natural reserve of Sicily established in 1995, which extends for almost 1000 hectares in the territory of the municipalities of Trapani and Paceco.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Bastione Conca Trapani, Via Mura di Tramontana Ovest, Trapani, Sicily Italy
Trapani is a city in western Sicily with a crescent-shaped coast. In the western tip, with a view of the Egadi Islands, is the 17th century Torre di Ligny watchtower, which houses the Museum of Prehistory and Marine Archeology. North of the port, the Church of the Purgatory preserves wooden sculptures that parade through the city during the Procession of the Mysteries at Easter
Duration: 1 hour

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

Day 3: On the third day will be dedicated to the visit of Castelbuono Castle & Medieval Village, and Cefalù center & beach

Stop At: Castello dei Ventimiglia, Piazza Castello, Castelbuono, Sicily Italy
Following the 1997 restoration, the structures of a previous building emerged from the Ventimiglia castle, built in 1317 by Count Francesco I Ventimiglia. The current building is the result of numerous renovations, which make it difficult to reconstruct its original appearance. A simple quadrangular plan, it shows on the outside a mixture of styles that in that period influenced all Sicilian architecture. The cube volume recalls the Arab style; the square corner towers echo the Norman one; the round tower refers instead to the Swabian military constructions. In the earthquake of the early nineteenth century the battlements disappeared, of the Ghibelline form, swallowtail, and also city walls, towers and arches, now in ruins. Some defensive structures of the XIII century and some rooms of the XIV century have remained intact.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Castelbuono Paese in Provincia Di Palermo, Localita Da Visitare, 90013 Castelbuono, Sicily Italy
Castelbuono beautiful medieval village nestled in the Madonie park rich in history and traditions where you will visit the Castle of Ventimiglia rich in history and legends that houses inside a precious relic of St. Anna the Mother of Mary in addition to numerous other treasures.

The visit will continue through the streets of the quaint Old Town, we will visit the Church of the Maria, we will also make a tasting of typical sweets, Panettoni, torroni, Cannoli Siciliani produced by a famous artisan pastry world famous "Fiasconaro".

After the visit you will decide whether to have lunch at Castelbuono if you prefer a traditional rustic cuisine based on meat, cheese, salami, wild boar
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Duomo di Cefalu, Piazza del Duomo, 90015, Cefalu, Sicily Italy
The cathedral of Cefalù, the name with which the Basilica of the Transfiguration is known, is a minor basilica [1] located in Cefalù, in the metropolitan city of Palermo, and cathedral of the diocese of the same name.

According to legend, it would have arisen following the vote to the Most Holy Savior by Roger II, who survived a storm and landed on the town's beaches. [2] The real motivation seems rather of a political-military nature, given its character as a fortress.

The construction events were complex and were finally completed in the Swabian age. An ambulatory created in the thickness of the wall and the same covering, consisting of three roofs, of different epochs and construction techniques, testify to the changes that occurred in the project. The monument has a Romanesque style with Byzantine features.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Lavatoio Medievale, Via Vittorio Emanuele, 90015, Cefalu, Sicily Italy
Stairway in lava stone that leads to a wash-house where in the Middle Ages it conveyed the water of a river.
Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Cefalu Coast, Cefalu, Sicily Italy
Cefalù (Ras Melkart in Phoenician, Κεφαλοίδιον in Greek, Cephaloedium in Latin, Gafludi in Arabic, Cifalù in Sicilian is an Italian town of 14,323 [2] inhabitants of the metropolitan city of Palermo in Sicily.

It is located on the northern Sicilian coast, about 70 km from Palermo, at the foot of a rocky promontory. It is one of the major seaside resorts in the entire region; despite its size, every year it attracts a significant flow of local, national and foreign tourists who, in the summer period, triple the population, making the main squares and the most important streets of the country crowded.

The town, which is part of the Parco delle Madonie, is included in the club of the most beautiful villages in Italy, the association of small Italian towns that stand out for their great artistic, cultural and historical importance, for the harmony of the fabric urban, livability and services to citizens. Cefalù is also part of the network of solidarity municipalities.
Duration: 3 hours

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

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4-Night Western Sicily Tour from Palermo: Segesta, Marsala, Monreale and Corleone

4-Night Western Sicily Tour from Palermo: Segesta, Marsala, Monreale and Corleone - Palermo, Italy
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Duration: 5 days
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$723.67

See the best of western Sicily on a 4-night tour filled with interesting history, beautiful scenery and traditional Sicilian food and culture. Staying overnight at a first-class hotel in Palermo, take day trips to Segesta, Marsala, Monreale and Corleone for guided tours and activities ... More info ›

See the best of western Sicily on a 4-night tour filled with interesting history, beautiful scenery and traditional Sicilian food and culture. Staying overnight at a first-class hotel in Palermo, take day trips to Segesta, Marsala, Monreale and Corleone for guided tours and activities. Visit Palermo Cathedral and the Royal Palace of Palermo, admire the ancient Temple of Segesta, and visit the Monreale Cathedral complex. Break up your sightseeing with a wine tasting in Marsala, a Sicilian cooking class and a presentation on Sicily’s intriguing Mafia history in Corleone, where it all began.

This 4-night tour introduces you to the 'Wild West' of Sicily -- much different from the eastern part of the island. You’ll stay overnight in a first-class hotel in Palermo and wake up to a buffet breakfast each morning (most lunches and dinners are included, too).

Your days are spent on guided excursions to various cities and areas around western Sicily. Some attractions are optional, so not all entrance fees are included. See below for a full itinerary.

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5-Day Eastern Sicily Tour from Palermo to Taormina: Mt Etna, Syracuse and Agrigento

5-Day Eastern Sicily Tour from Palermo to Taormina: Mt Etna, Syracuse and Agrigento - Palermo, Italy
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Duration: 5 days
Location: Palermo, Italy

From USD
$723.67

Starting in Palermo and ending in Taormina, this 5-day tour shows you the best of eastern Sicily. Immerse yourself in Sicilian history, culture and food as you travel to Taormina, Syracuse and Mount Etna for guided tours and activities ... More info ›

Starting in Palermo and ending in Taormina, this 5-day tour shows you the best of eastern Sicily. Immerse yourself in Sicilian history, culture and food as you travel to Taormina, Syracuse and Mount Etna for guided tours and activities. Enjoy sweeping views from Mt Etna, explore ancient Greek and Roman sites in Syracuse, see locations where 'The Godfather' was filmed, and admire several spectacular temples in Agrigento’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed Valley of the Temples.

This 5-day tour introduces you to eastern Sicily, dominated by Mt Etna and famous for its breathtaking Greek and Roman archaeological sites.

Overnight accommodation is included, and you’ll wake up to a buffet breakfast each morning (most lunches and dinners are included, too). Your days are spent on guided excursions to various cities and areas around eastern Sicily. You’ll be given headsets for the narrated portions of your tour.

Some attractions are optional, so not all entrance fees are included. See below for a full itinerary.

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Agrigento and Valley of the Temples Day Trip from Palermo

Agrigento and Valley of the Temples Day Trip from Palermo - Palermo, Italy
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

From USD
$67.01

Immerse yourself in ancient Sicilian history with a visit to Agrigento’s Valley of the Kings. The day trip from Palermo includes a pamphlet at the UNESCO-listed archaeological site ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in ancient Sicilian history with a visit to Agrigento’s Valley of the Kings. The day trip from Palermo includes a pamphlet at the UNESCO-listed archaeological site. Learn the tales of the Carthaginians and Romans as they battled for power of the city, and see prehistoric artifacts inside Agrigento Archaeological Museum. Entrance fees are at your own expense.

Leave your Palermo hotel with your guide and group, and travel along country roads to the historic city of Agrigento. Along the way, stop for a coffee (own expense) before you arrive at the Valley of the Temples. 

Pay your entrance fee, then visit the temples of Hera, Concordia, and Apollo, as well as Hardcastle Villa. As you explore, learn about the ruins and Agrigento itself.

Set on a plateau overlooking the sea, the city is thought to have been founded by Greek colonists around 580 BC. It became the scene of ancient conflict and power struggles, marked by the Punic Wars when the Carthaginians and Romans battled for control of the city. Hear about life in the city after the fall of the Roman Empire, when locals moved to the acropolis at the top of the hill. 

When your tour of the site finishes, enjoy some free time for lunch at your own expense. Then, head inside Agrigento Archaeological Museum to explore at your leisure. The museum is home to more than 5,000 archaeological artifacts from the prehistoric era to the end of the Greek-Roman period. 

Later, meet your driver for the journey back to your Palermo hotel.

Please note that the guide is included with minimum 13 participants.

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Agrigento - Valley of the Temples

Agrigento - Valley of the Temples - Palermo, Italy

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

From USD
$307.11

Pick up at the hotel. Departure for Agrigento to visit the city, the ancient "Akragas"

Continue in the direction of the "Valley of the Temples" to visit the most important archaeological and landscape area of Italy declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Pick up at the hotel. Departure for Agrigento to visit the city, the ancient "Akragas"

Continue in the direction of the "Valley of the Temples" to visit the most important archaeological and landscape area of Italy declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Stop At: Valle dei Templi, Piazza Archeologica 1 Via Panoramica Dei Templi, 92100, Agrigento, Sicily Italy

Visit of the Archaeological Park

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Agrigento, Agrigento, Province of Agrigento, Sicily

Panoramic City Tour

Duration: 1 hour

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