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Business Class Flights To Palermo

Sicily’s fascinating capital is brimming over with history and culture. With its unique Arabesque domes, Byzantine mosaics, Gothic palaces, and Baroque churches, it’s obvious that Sicily was once at the center of the ancient world, where it straddled the influences of East and West. The busy streets of this bustling city unfailingly charm visitors. Experienced travelers know that the best way to keep up with it all is to book business class flights to Palermo. Take it easy on your flight with ample legroom and spacious seating, gourmet meals, and attentive customer service. When you land at your destination, you’ll be inspired and ready for everything this amazing city has to offer.

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Palermo Airport and Business Class Lounge

Palermo Airport, or Falcone-Borsellino Airport, is Sicily’s second largest airport. It is located at Punta Raisi, 22 miles northwest of Sicily’s capital. Travelers who book business class flights to Palermo love having access to the exclusive and relaxing environment of the business class lounges. Before or after your flight, you can kick back in the comfortable business lounge and unwind with a wide selection of complimentary reading materials, free Wi-Fi, and more. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, get away from the stressful environment of the main terminal and take a moment for ‘you’. Those who are traveling for work will find everything that they need in the business centers, and thereby guarantee optimum productivity during their stay in the secluded, discrete spaces provided.


Things To Do In Palermo

There are so many attractions and sights that you’ll want to visit when you arrive on business class flights to Palermo. The seat of Sicily’s regional government is housed in the Norman palace called Palazzo Reale, also known as Palazzo dei Normanni. The city’s top tourist attraction, the gold-bedecked Cappella Palatina, is found here. Close by, you’ll see the Cattedrale di Palermo; its unique Arab-Norman architectural style is a feast for the eyes. Walk along the Corso Vittorio Emanuele to the Quattro Canti intersection, and nearby you will find the Piazza Pretoria with its over-the-top Fontana Pretoria, featuring nude nymphs, leaping river gods, and tritons, the likes of which earned the fountain the nickname Fontana della Vergogna (Fountain of Shame) by 16th-century Sicilian churchgoers. Two beautiful churches in the area worth checking out are the 12th-century La Martorana and Chiesa Capitolare di San Catalo, which is also a great example of the Arab-Norman style unique to this city.

There are countless museums and galleries worth visiting during your stay in Palermo. The Galleria Regional della Sicilia is a popular one and is generally regarded as Palermo’s best, where you can see many great artworks by Sicilian artists from the Middle Ages to the 18th century. Don’t miss the awe-inspiring fresco ‘Triumph of Death’. The fascinating Muse dell’Inquisizione focuses on the legacy of the 17th- and 18th-century Palermo Inquisition. The Muse Archeologico Regional is situated in a beautiful Renaissance monastery, and showcases abundant Greek and Roman artifacts. Enthusiasts of the hand painted Italian maiolica will love the Museo delle Maioliche, which boasts a collection of about 5000 tiles ranging from the 15th to the 20th century. The Galleria d’Arte Moderna is also an excellent place to see lots of amazing artwork that focuses on Sicily and Palermo as its subject. Fans of ‘The Godfather’ film series will certainly want to drop by the Teatro Massimo, where they can have a guided tour and relive the final scene of ‘The Godfather: Part III’.

The Viale della Liberta Avenue area between the Politeama Theater and Piazza Croci is considered Palermo’s ‘Avenue des Champs-Elysées’, and is a beautiful part of the town that features Art-Nouveau architecture. Palermo’s busiest street market is Mercato di Ballaro, found several blocks southeast of Palazzo dei Normanni. It’s an essential spot to visit and really get a feel for the city, as well as to pick up some amazing local produce, fish, meat, olives and cheese. For some incredible vintage Sicilian designer clothing, head to Mercurio Vintage, or head to the city’s most beloved flea market, Mercatino Antiquariato Piazza Marina, for some real treasures.

Sicily is renowned for its seafood. Try the pesce spada (grilled swordfish), triglie (red snapper), sepia (cuttlefish), finnochio con sarde (fennel with herring), and beccafico (stuffed sardines). If you’re visiting in spring, be sure to try the ricci di mare (sea urchins). Two particularly Palermitan dishes for the adventurous foodie are pane con milza (veal spleen sandwiches) and stigghiola (seasoned and barbecued lamb intestine), which can often be found at street food vendors. Dessert is not an option in Sicily; it’s a philosophy. Be sure to try the cannoli, which are stuffed with sheep’s-milk ricotta. Cassata, frutta di martorana, and marzipan pastries are some other popular sweets. It is said that ice cream was invented in Sicily during Roman times, so definitely treat yourself to a generous helping of pistachio, nocciola, gelsomino, gelsi, fragala, or zuppa ingelese gelato. Sicily is, of course, also known for its fortified Marsala wine, and there are countless other delicious regional wines to be sampled when you visit Palermo. There are also several unique Sicilian liquors worth trying, such as Ala, Averna, and Fichera


Getting Around Palermo

Although Palermo is by no means a small city, most of the main sightseeing destinations are easily reached on foot. There are city buses, but they are often overcrowded and slow. Most of the major bus lines stop at the train station. Tickets can be pre-purchased from tobacconists, from the bus booth just outside Palermo Centrale Station, or on board the bus for a slightly higher fee. Day passes are available, as well. Taxis are expensive in Palermo. Official taxis should have a meter, so check for this before starting your journey. Hailing taxis from the street is not customary, so phone ahead to book a taxi or go to one of the designated taxi zones, generally found at main hubs such as the Piazza Politeama, Teatro Massimo, and Piazza Independenza.

Palermo is a fantastic destination sure to please every kind of traveler. Whether you are visiting for work or for pleasure, business class flights to Palermo guarantee that you will have a highly enjoyable flight and arrive at your destination feeling well rested and energized. From the moment you book business class flights to Palermo, you begin an incredible journey that you will remember fondly for years to come.

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