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In a vibrant, multi-cultural area, not far from the transport hub. Beautiful churches and buildings to visit, a lovely park, art and crafts shops, with their own tour. And a huge market not far away, been there since Roman times!. Kalsa is the place to...More
La Kalsa is one of the most beautiful neighborhood in Palermo. It s a car free Area full of stunning Churches, Medieval building hided by beautiful facade of XVI-XVII Century that shows like an open book Palermo's rich History. Definitely recommend to discover this city...More
This is a centrally located part of town, near to the harbor which was built and was the main arab quarter. It underwent continuous rebuilding over the centuries and has small alleys, lovely little and large squares, monumental palaces and square. Among them many houses...More
We stayed in a superb B & B on via Lungarini and spent a lot of time in La Kalsa, especially in the evening, when it really comes alive. This is a great area to be based in, there are lots of places to stay,...More
This is the oldest part of Palermo where the Arabs established their government.
It's full of old, narrow, winding picturesque streets. Through centuries it became densely populated. The area was heavily bombed during WWII, and many of the ruins have never been restored. Many of...More
We spent lots of time between via Maqueda & via Roma where tourist attractions, churches & museums are, but only visited the area between via roma & the sea once. Many of the buildings looked run down & there just wasn't anything there that we...More
It is rated in Michelin guide as 3 stars attraction in Palermo. Although no doubt that Palermo itself is worthwhile to visit La Kalsa is not close to this rating. Perhaps once it was - but not now. Except for a couple of really nice...More
One of the most beautiful and vibrant city, a blend of art and historical authenticity that make this place unique, adjacent to the sea or to the Foro Italico and entering through the door of the Greeks, walking among the many roads we have the...More