Between the sea and the city, in search of precious Baroque churches and oratories, hidden squares and winding alleys....

Free Tour: kids (0-13)

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Focus of this tour is Palermo Baroque Art and some among the highlights, that best  embody the beauty of  late XVII and XVIII century.

We’ll walk in ancient boroughs to visit  the amazing  baroque Oratories, peaceful and  bright  in the shininess  of white stucco.

In the end, totally in contrast, you’ll admire the “tarsie”, colourful pieces of marble, that embellish St Caterina’s Church, one of the most beautiful example of   Baroque Style in town. 



  •   Get excited in front of the biggest Opera House in Italy, Teatro Massimo
  •   You’ll be amazed admiring the baroque oratories, with the white and sinuous stucco sculptures by Giacomo Serpotta
  •   Walk around in the Loggia district, exploring  its peculiar alleys and Vucciria Market
  •   Enjoy  Piazza San  Domenico and its baroque look.
  •   Prepare to be astonished  while looking at the colourful marble decoration inside  St Caterina’s Church



  •   Meeting point:  Piazza Verdi, in front of Teatro Massimo staircase (we’ll wait for you, showing a welcome board:       Toursharing)
  •   Start: 9:00 a.m.
  •   Sites: Teatro Massimo (outside), Palazzo Branciforte (outside),  Oratory of  St Cita + Piazza San  Domenico, Vucciria Market,     Oratory of St Lorenzo, St Caterina’s  Church
  •   Entrance Fees  not included: € 6,00 Oratory of St Cita, € 2 Oratory of St Lorenzo, € 1 St Caterina  
  •   Cannolo tasting: included              
  •   Number of participants:  max 12 people
  •   Duration:   about 3 hrs 30 min

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