You will be welcomed in this charming building in the heart of Palermo, between the characteristic Zisa district and the central Politeama, a short distance from the artistic and architectural wonders of the city (Teatro Massimo, Piazza Politeama, Cathedral, the traditional Capo market), many of which are UNESCO heritage sites on the Arab-Norman route. Furthermore, we are just a few steps away from the main clinics in the city: Orestano Clinic is only 100 meters away from us, while Noto and Demma clinics are 500 meters away.
Palermo, a place where Arab and Norman beauty coexist, the baroque and liberty taste of monuments, palaces, and theaters, but also of gardens and markets.
The influence of Palermo's multicultural past can be admired in the majestic Cathedral, a building begun in the 12th century and subsequently modified, enriched with an 18th-century dome and a medieval bell tower.
Born on a pre-existing basilica, transformed into a mosque by the Arabs and then brought back to the Christian religion by the Normans, the cathedral is adorned with Gothic decorations and houses the relics of Santa Rosalia, the city's patron saint. Here you can also find the tombs of emperors such as Roger II and Frederick II.
The oldest market in Palermo, along with the Capo market and the famous Vucciria market, is a feast of colors, flavors, smells, and sounds. An incredible synesthetic experience that extends throughout the neighborhood, with stalls and shops (Putìe) displaying their goods: fruits and vegetables, fresh meat and fish. And then there's street food, from sandwiches with panelle to "Pollanche, " boiled corn on the cob, boiled potatoes, octopus, prickly pears, and much more. An experience not to be missed.