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City Sightseeing Palermo

Via Riccardo Wagner 5, 90139, Palermo, Sicily, Italy
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Palermo City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
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Via Riccardo Wagner 5, 90139, Palermo, Sicily, Italy

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Reviewed 21 August 2015

We went on the sightseeing bus for this and it was brilliant although really, really hot on the open top bus. The commentary is brilliant and well worth the price altogether. You get old and new Palermo plus for an extra five euro you go...More

3  Thank antilles1
Reviewed 21 August 2015

As we only had one day in Palermo on our cruise we pre-purchased tickets for the HOHO bus. We had never done this type of tour before so we're not sure what to expect. We found the bus stop easily and away we went. They...More

3  Thank Pat H
Reviewed 10 August 2015

We walked a good 45 minutes over the bridge to the bus stop near the cruise ship port. Get a taxi instead. The route itself was fine, typical hop on/hop off bus. It poured while we were there and the covering over the top did...More

3  Thank TravelingSuz
CitySightseeing P, Direttore generale at City Sightseeing Palermo, responded to this reviewResponded 12 August 2015

When we read this review, we thought that is clearly false. You can check on GOOGLE MAPS the distance between our bus terminal (the bus stop. 1, in Emerico Amari n. 142, street) and the port (gate “Amari”): around 450 meters (6 minutes on foot)....More

Reviewed 23 July 2015

Be careful of this company. They are unreliable. We wasted over 3 hours waiting at stops where the buses did not ever come. When I complained they said the stops were out of service. We were never advised of this and other travellers had the...More

4  Thank Ian D
CitySightseeing P, Direttore generale at City Sightseeing Palermo, responded to this reviewResponded 27 July 2015

We are sorry for your unlucky tour, but in Palermo there are two different companies, operating with open top buses, RED COLORED! But there is no agreement between them. Therefore we’d like to suggest to pay more attention about it: you can see our buses...More

Reviewed 2 July 2015

Palermo is nice city. Nice old buildings and monuments. I suggest city sightseeing with bus because it is easiest way to see all beautiful places in palermo like Massima theater etc.

2  Thank nenadnovkovic
Reviewed 25 June 2015

A great way to get an overview of Palermo in comfort and with Commentary in many languages. You are provided with earphones and you choose the language. There are several different routes and you can see most of the city in just a couple of...More

4  Thank CoachLo
Reviewed 25 June 2015

This city that was almost blasted off the map by navel guns in world war II, is stunning. The restoration over the decades since the 1950s has brought back the wonderful 16th and 17th century architecture. I can easily imagine spending a week exploring this...More

2  Thank Ken G
Reviewed 20 June 2015

My wife and I hired Raffela online. She came to our hotel in one of Palermo's oldest neighborhoods. She took us to all of the usual sights, which were pretty terrific. Conversations with her got off to a comical start and continued all day. Her...More

2  Thank Norwood49
Reviewed 18 June 2015

The literature that I'd read said you either love Palermo or hate it. I was not terribly fond of it. I found it smothering, the traffic was chaotic and all I could smell was exhaust. The people were very nice, lots to see. We went...More

2  Thank Giza-rose
Reviewed 18 June 2015

With its bustling streets and fervent energy, Sicily‘s capital city of Palermo is a medley of medieval buildings, Byzantine palaces and post-war grunge. It lacks Florence’s beauty and Venice’s vibrant colors, but has the unpretentious flair and confidence of a city that has survived centuries...More

2  Thank Sandie30
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Response from TommasoRandazzo | Property representative |
Hallo , the fares depends on the itinerary You will make , if You arrive by plane the fare from / to the airport il 35€ by taxi and is the easiest way to reach your hotel . Best regards Palermo City Sightseeing
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Response from TommasoRandazzo | Property representative |
I'm sorry, but I don't know if there is a Jewish area in Palermo. Thank you for writing us.
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Response from TommasoRandazzo | Property representative |
The nearest bus stop should be the bus stop n. 4 "Palazzo Steri" of the Line A, in Marina Square. For further information, please write us again. If you check our web site, you can get our e-mail. If you don't get off: the... More
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