A Sicilian capital with an eclectic past, Palermo is fascinating. The city has seen the reign of several rulers who have left their mark on the city, leading to a rich cultural milieu and breathtaking architecture that ranges from glorious frescoed vaults of Santa Maria dell'Ammiraglio to intricate Byzantine mosaics of Cappella Palatina and Arab-style domes of the Church of San Cataldo. From world-class cuisine to artistic institutions and monumental landmarks this city interposed between verdant mountains and the Tyrrhenian Sea, at the intersection of ancient trade routes, entices visitors from around the globe. The Teatro Massimo, Italy's largest opera, soars with the sound of heavenly voices and the city's gorgeous shores hide emerald grottoes waiting to be explored.
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