Private tour - Discover another side of the town
Start at a fixed meeting place, usually Opera House Sq. , and proceed to Piazza Marina. Visit the Steri Palace (closed on Monday). seat of the Inquisition and visit the cells. It is necessary to confirm the tour in advance so as to get the official authorization by the Rectorate. Proceed to the Jewish quarter through picturesque streets and pass along the Garden of the Righteous. Walk in the area of the disappeared synagogue, now transformed partly into archives, partly into a church. See the "cappella del Sabato" given back to the local Jewish community. Since it must be restored and reconsacrated as a Synagogue , we ''ll see it from the outside. Continue to Piazza Bellini and the monumental Renaissance Pretoria Fountain, Quattro Canti Sq. Possibility to see an open-air food market ( Capo or Ballarò )
Steri Palace, seat of the Spanish Inquisition (closed on Monday ).
Garden of the Righteous.
Bellini Sq. and Pretoria Fountain.
Quattro Canti Sq.
Capo open- air food market
Opera House Sq.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Hotel, Monument/Building
Duration: 4 hours
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
8 Euros cash - entrance fee to Steri palace : 8 Euros pp ( 5 Eur for over 65 years old )
pocket money for drinkings : approx. 1 Euro for a small bottle of water, 1,50 Euro for an expresso coffee
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
transportation is extra, for I have an ordinary driver's license and a special one is needed to transport visitors.
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Our tour, "Jewish Culture in Palermo", was simply wonderful. Our visit to the future synagogue in Palermo was the highlight, and we are thankful that our guide, Bianca, was able to coordinate this and include it on our tour. Bianca was lovely, smart, professional, and cordial, and we are grateful for having found Bianca and this tour. We highly recommend this 5-Star tour of Jewish Culture in Palermo.