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Here are your 4 search results for Sightseeing Tickets & Passes in Province of Palermo, Italy

Branciforte Palace Entry Ticket

Branciforte Palace Entry Ticket - Palermo, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$10.91

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, Largo Aulenti 2, 90133, Palermo, Sicily Italy

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, Largo Aulenti 2, 90133, Palermo, Sicily Italy

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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Zisa Palace Palermo Entrance Ticket

Zisa Palace Palermo Entrance Ticket - Palermo, Italy

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$9.27

When in Palermo don’t miss the opportunity to visit this unique summer palace built for the Norman King WIlliam I by craftsmen of Arabian origin. Inspired by the royal buildings of North Africa and Egypt, the Zisa Palace represents the prime example of strong connections between Sicily and the Islamic cultural world of the Mediterranean ... More info ›

When in Palermo don’t miss the opportunity to visit this unique summer palace built for the Norman King WIlliam I by craftsmen of Arabian origin. Inspired by the royal buildings of North Africa and Egypt, the Zisa Palace represents the prime example of strong connections between Sicily and the Islamic cultural world of the Mediterranean. Since 2015, the Zisa has been included in the "Arab-Norman Palermo and the Cathedral Churches of Cefalù and Monreale" UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Visit: Il Castello della Zisa, Piazza Guglielmo il Buono, 90100, Palermo, Sicily Italy

The Zisa, built in the 12th century, was conceived during the Norman domination in Sicily, during the reign of William I, but it was finished only under William II. The palace was built in the Arab way by Arabian craftsmen, as was the case for the construction of other royal residences. The architects were inspired by the royal buildings of North Africa and Egypt, making the Zisa into a prime example for the strong connections between Sicily and the Islamic cultural world of the Mediterranean.

Since 2015, the Zisa has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the sites of “ Arab-Norman Palermo and the Cathedral Churches of Cefalù and Monreale,” a series of buildings that bears witness to a time characterized by the fruitful coexistence of people of different origins (Muslim, Byzantine, Latin, Jewish, Lombard, and French).

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Monreale Cathedral Complex Entrance Ticket

Monreale Cathedral Complex Entrance Ticket - Monreale, Italy

Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Location: Monreale, Italy

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$19.36

Monreale’s cathedral complex was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the ten sites of the “Arab-Norman Palermo and the Cathedral Churches of Cefalú and Monreale” circuit in 2015. Architecture and art, and - above all - the magnificent mosaics and decorations in both the cathedral and the cloister make Monreale a “must” on every discerning Sicily traveler’s to-do list.

Visit: Duomo di Monreale, Piazza Guglielmo II 1, 90046, Monreale, Sicily Italy

Explore the cathedral, discover the magnificent mosaics (approx ... More info ›

Monreale’s cathedral complex was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the ten sites of the “Arab-Norman Palermo and the Cathedral Churches of Cefalú and Monreale” circuit in 2015. Architecture and art, and - above all - the magnificent mosaics and decorations in both the cathedral and the cloister make Monreale a “must” on every discerning Sicily traveler’s to-do list.

Visit: Duomo di Monreale, Piazza Guglielmo II 1, 90046, Monreale, Sicily Italy

Explore the cathedral, discover the magnificent mosaics (approx. 6.340 m²) with scenes from the Old and the New Testament, the Christ Pantocrator in the dome above the central apse, and many other images full of stunning detail.

Then, continue on to the chapel of the crucifix - better known as Roano Chapel, which was named after its founder - where the cathedral treasure is held. If you wish, continue on to visit the Diocesan Museum (not included in ticket), which is partly located in the chapter hall of San Placido that housed the assembly of monks.

Conclude your tour in the peaceful beauty of the cloister.

Don't miss the experience of the cathedral’s terraces from which you can enjoy an extraordinary view of the city and of the plain of Palermo, all the way to the Mediterranean Sea.



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Ballarò jewels

Ballarò jewels - Palermo, Italy

Duration: 120 to 150 minutes
Location: Palermo, Italy

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$5.58

Two essential jewels to learn about the monumental and cultural heritage of Ballarò. From the Middle Ages and the view of the historic center of Palermo to the works of the Serpotta brothers, it is possible to discover a treasure immersed in the most colorful district of Palermo

Visit: Torre di San Nicolo all'Albergheria, Via Nunzio Nasi 18, 90134, Palermo, Sicily Italy

The most beautiful view of Palermo ... More info ›

Two essential jewels to learn about the monumental and cultural heritage of Ballarò. From the Middle Ages and the view of the historic center of Palermo to the works of the Serpotta brothers, it is possible to discover a treasure immersed in the most colorful district of Palermo

Visit: Torre di San Nicolo all'Albergheria, Via Nunzio Nasi 18, 90134, Palermo, Sicily Italy

The most beautiful view of Palermo. From the terrace of the medieval tower you can admire the breathtaking view of the historic center of Palermo at 360 °

Duration: 30 minutes

Visit: Chiesa del Carmine Maggiore, Piazza Carmine, 90134, Palermo, Sicily Italy

The serpottian church of Ballarò. Famous for its majolica dome visible from the stalls of the historic market

Duration: 30 minutes

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