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How To Get To Palermo Ferry Port

  • Palermo Ferry Port by Car

    If you are coming from Catania, from Viale Regione Siciliana take the exit at Via Giafar and follow the road along the sea to the port. If you are coming from Trapani, from Viale Regione Siciliana take the exit at Via Belgio, then turn right into Via Restivo, and then left via Notarbartolo. Then follow the signs to the the port.

  • Palermo Ferry Port by Train

    Nearest train station to the port is Palermo Centrale train station. From here the port is around 10 minutes away by taxi.

  • Palermo Ferry Port by Bus

    From Palermo Centrale train station bus no. 139 takes you to the port.

  • Palermo Ferry Port Address

    Via Francesco Crispi, 90100 Palermo, Sicily

  • Palermo Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Palermo Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Palermo Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Palermo Ferry Services

Palermo Guide

What is there to do in Palermo?

Aristocrats reside in the baroque palaces whilst some streets are still being rebuilt after the second world war – Palermo is the epitome of a paradoxical city. Lying between Europe and Africa, a unique Mediterranean feel embodies the most visited area of Sicily; vintage wine stores are scattered around the quaint, narrow streets whilst the chapels and churches stand proud against the shrinking landscape. The Palazzo dei Normanni e Cappella Palatina, Santa Maria dell’Ammiraglio and Cattedrale di Palermo all exemplify the stunning architecture synonymous with Palermo. What makes the city so unique is the varied history it represents; all of the neighbouring countries and regions have occupied the land at one time. It is possible to enjoy Arabic food whilst looking at Norman towers, though the whole city remains unashamedly Italian. The streets buzz with locals selling authentic clothes and fresh food on the markets, whilst in the quieter regions the smell of some of the world’s best coffee often proves too tempting for most. Quite simply, Sicily is an Italian experience like no other

How do visitors get around Palermo?

The public tram system is the prominent form of public transport around the city, though there are also taxis readily available.

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