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day 1
November 30
Morning. Start your day with a visit to the Massimo Opera House (Teatro Massimo) [12241], one of the largest opera houses in Europe and a symbol of Palermo's cultural heritage. Take a tour to learn about the history of the theater and its architecture.
Afternoon. Visit the Monreale Cathedral (Duomo di Monreale) [27804], a stunning example of Norman architecture that features intricate mosaics and a beautiful cloister. Afterward, head to the Palermo Cathedral (Cattedrale di Palermo) [12247], which houses the tombs of many Sicilian kings and queens.
Evening. Experience the eerie Capuchin Catacombs (Catacombe dei Cappuccini) [12243], where the mummified remains of over 8,000 people are on display. It's not for the faint of heart, but it's a unique and fascinating glimpse into Palermo's past.
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day 2
December 1
Morning. Take a stroll through the bustling Vucciria Market (La Vucciria) [12246], one of Palermo's oldest and most vibrant markets. Sample some street food and browse the stalls selling everything from fresh produce to souvenirs. Afterward, head to the Capo Market (Mercato di Capo) [20594], another lively market that offers a wide variety of local goods and products.
Afternoon. Visit the Palatine Chapel (Capella Palatina) [12248], a stunning example of Byzantine, Islamic, and Norman art and architecture. Afterward, check out the Opera Dei Pupi (Rod Marionette Theatre) [12249], a traditional Sicilian puppet theater that has been entertaining audiences for generations.
Evening. Spend the evening at Ballar Market (Mercato Ballar ) [24545], a vibrant market that comes alive at night with street vendors, music, and food stalls. It's a great place to experience the local culture and cuisine.
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day 3
December 2
Morning. Explore the beautiful Piazza & Fontana Pretoria [12240], a stunning square that features a large fountain and beautiful architecture. Afterward, visit the Politeama Garibaldi Theater (Teatro Politeama Garibaldi) [25315], a historic theater that hosts a variety of performances and events.
Afternoon. Take a walk through the Four Corners (Quattro Canti) [12237], a Baroque square that features impressive architecture and beautiful fountains. Afterward, visit the Church of the Ges (Chiesa del Ges ) [24663], a stunning example of Baroque architecture that features beautiful frescoes and intricate designs.
Evening. Visit the Martorana [12242], a beautiful church that features stunning mosaics and frescoes. End your night with a visit to Zisa Castle (Castello della Zisa) [12244], a beautiful Arab-Norman castle that offers a glimpse into Palermo's rich history.
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day 4
December 3
Morning. Visit the Mirto Palace House Museum (Palazzo Mirto Casa Museo) [12245], a beautiful 18th-century palace that has been converted into a museum. Afterward, check out the Chiaramonte-Steri Palace (Palazzo Chiaramonte-Steri) [25934], a historic palace that has been used as a prison, an art gallery, and a university.
Afternoon. Take a trip to Monreale [17613], a charming hilltop town just outside of Palermo that offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Visit the stunning Monreale Cathedral and take a stroll through the town's charming streets.
Evening. Spend the evening at Palermo Cruise Port (Terminal Crociere di Palermo) [12565], which offers a variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. It's a great place to relax and take in the beautiful views of the Mediterranean Sea.
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