Palermo For 91 Days

For 91 Days we lived in Palermo. The capital of Sicily is as famous for its cuisine as its dark ties to the Italian underworld. But food and the Mafia hardly begin to describe this incredible city, which is Italy's fifth-largest. We had three months to explore the culture, history, people, churches and museums of Palermo, and could have used a few more. Start reading from the beginning of our journey, or skip to the end. Visit the comprehensive index of everything we wrote about, or just check out a few posts, selected at random, below:
Showing #11 - 20 of 105 Articles

Warning: getimagesize(http://palermo.for91days.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/9/2017/01/Bibite.jpg): failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found in /home/for91/public_html/util/functions.php on line 462
We've been here for about two weeks, and are just starting to adjust to life on Palermo's streets. On the chaotic alleyways of this city, scenes of striking beauty are almost as common as mountains of trash. But somehow, ancient elegance and modern grime work together well, giving Palermo an authentic feeling of life. If it all were clean and sparkly, the city wouldn't be nearly as captivating.
Charming, horseshoe-shaped La Cala was the main fishing port in Palermo, until the 16th century when it lost most of its size due to receding waters. The spot has played an important role in Palermo since the days of the Phoenicians, so it's not surprising that there's a lot to see here.

Warning: mysql_result(): Unable to jump to row 0 on MySQL result index 456 in /home/for91/public_html/util/functions.php on line 455
Problem Executing select guid from wp_9_posts where ID =