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A culinary experience with the duchess in palermo
US$624.01 per adult
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Via Merlo 2, 90133, Palermo, Sicily Italy
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Palermo Street Food Walking Tour

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Skip the tourist traps and explore the streets of Palermo like a local foodie with this walking tour. In a small group, visit markets and food stalls to sample local local delicacies such as ‘arancine’ (stuffed rice balls) and ‘panelle’ (chickpea fritters) while your guide fills you in on local history and culture.
US$61.00 per adult
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Claudio wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom47 contributions17 helpful votes
I loved this Palazzo. The visit is like travelling back in time and see how the aristocracy used to live 250 years ago in Europe. Silk wall coverings to every room, fine furniture, murano crystal chandeliers, precious finishes, exotic porcelains...A mix of rococò, neoclassic and Empire styles. They even have period carriages on display on the ground floor. The visit is self guided. The visitors are supplied with a guide translated in many languages and the staff is very kind. Ticket is as cheap as €6. Would recommend it!!
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Date of experience: December 2019
1 Helpful vote
Dana S wrote a review Nov 2019
France106 contributions83 helpful votes
We were the only people visiting this palazzo, which still has most of the original furniture and paintings.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Brian K wrote a review Oct 2019
56 contributions39 helpful votes
Small, fascinating, Palazzo. Lots of themed rooms, a range of furniture, furnishings and objects, some exquisite, some a bit over the top. You get a real sense of the family that lived here. For instance there's a tiny theatre that must have been used by the children,either to watch puppet shows or to present their own plays to their parents. It offers glimpses of the life these people lived. I particularly liked the stables at the end of the tour and the collection of well preserved carriages.
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Date of experience: October 2019
1 Helpful vote
Barbara G wrote a review Sep 2019
Surrey, United Kingdom24 contributions30 helpful votes
There must have been immense wealth here everywhere you look in the house is ornamentation a real insight into the past
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Date of experience: September 2019
1 Helpful vote
Petrescu I wrote a review Sep 2019
Bucharest, Romania82 contributions36 helpful votes
Unfortunatelly I couldn’t enter, since there were two nice ladies at the entrance who didn’t have change. So they have sent me across the street in a store, in order to change the money. Sorry I didn’t get to see it, be prepared if you arrive and don’t have small change.
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Date of experience: September 2019
2 Helpful votes
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