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4 things to do on rainy days in Palermo!

4 things to do on rainy days in Palermo!

What happens if you have booked your holiday on rainy days? First of all DON'T BE DISCOURAGED! Palermo is rich in history, ancient buildings, bars and exhibitions. Here are 4 original ideas for visiting Palermo in the dry! 1 – A good coffee and a typical sweet to...

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Rendez-vous at Teatro Massimo

Rendez-vous at Teatro Massimo

Among the many things to see in Palermo during your visit, the Massimo Theater is always on the list. We often pass by to reach the historic center as it marks the beginning of the pedestrian area and the historic center, in its most precious and well-known heart. It...

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Is Palermo Jazz? Or is Jazz Palermo?

Is Palermo Jazz? Or is Jazz Palermo?

Is Palermo Jazz? Or is Jazz Palermo? Friday night. The rain washed away the stone pavers in the old town. Embraced by the yellow light of the street lamps, they shone like pearls. They took us all the way to the Teatro Santa Cecilia. Where the famous drummer Dave...

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Christmas in Palermo

Christmas in Palermo

Christmas in Palermo Even though the government has imposed restrictions on us, there is a Christmas air on the street. Candies, hugs and thoughts for the people we love most. The decorations, the trees, the lights and the artisans' market give a feeling of...

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Sweet Sicilian Fairy Tales

Sweet Sicilian Fairy Tales

An original idea for gift is Alessandra Lo Curto's book "Dolci Fiabe Siciliane" (Sweet Sicilian Fairy Tales). A journey to discover Sicily's flavors and traditions and an easy homemade desserts for the Christmas holidays 🙂 If you want to "taste" our tradition,...

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Artist’s residence – Carlo Gori

Artist’s residence – Carlo Gori

This November just ended gave us a special and very interesting restyling! We had the pleasure of having among our guests Carlo Gori, "multidisciplinary artist and curator" as he defines himself. At A Casa di Amici we love that various artists literally leave their...

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