A Touch of Beauty and Flavour
Sicily’s temperate climate and rich confluence of cultures lend themselves to an extraordinary melting pot of cuisines. Enjoy a guided tour strolling through Palermo’s pretty centre to admire Cassaro Street, the oldest street in the city where guests can discover the Quattro Canti, also known as "Teatro del Sole" (theatre of the sun), an elegant Baroque crossroad, the bustling Pretoria and Bellini Squares, the medieval Church of Martorana and San Cataldo Church. During your tour, you’ll have two opportunities to taste delicious local delicacies from an array of traditional street stalls. Explore wonderful Sicilian dishes including cannoli with ricotta cheese and a typical appetizer such as Sicilian chickpea fritters called panella, fried rice balls with bolognese ragù called arancine and fried mashed potato and egg covered in breadcrumbs known as crocchè, all watered down with a characterful local wine.