Palermo, Sicily, Italy
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Approximately 4½ Hours
Palermo is famous for its street food, which has become popular among the locals wanting to eat quickly during their lunch break. You'll try many local specialties as you explore the markets of Palermo, learning about the city's traditions and culture as you go.
Walk with your guide past some important monuments, including Teatro Politeama and Teatro Massimo.
At Il Capo market, taste some fried panelle (thin chickpea fritters), crocchè (potato croquettes) and other specialties such as sfincione (pizza) and caponata (eggplant stew).
See the Cathedral of Palermo and San Cataldo Church en route to Passami o Coppu.
Sample coppu (street food served in a paper bag) and arancini (rice balls); then, wrap up your culinary adventure with some cannolo -- a Sicilian dessert made with ricotta cheese.
Not advisable for guests using a wheelchair or for those with mobility limitations. Street food is consumed standing at street stalls or in the shop but not on seated tables. Seating is not guaranteed at any of the stops. Not suitable for vegans, celiacs or guests with a dairy allergy. Tour operates rain or shine but may be canceled by the operator in the event of extremely bad weather or unsuitable conditions. Wear comfortable walking shoes.