Palermo, Sicily’s ancient capital, remains a jewel of the Mediterranean


Rich in art, culture and cuisine, Palermo delivers the Italian experience that attracts travelers to its doorstep.

The following article, posted by Cain Burdeau, appears on CDApress.com

PALERMO LIVES UP TO THE ITALY OF POPULAR IMAGINATION

For many travelers, Italy is seen as romantic, mysterious and a bit chaotic, with torpid heat, gorgeously rich colors and irresistible food.

In reality, of course, every region has a distinct culture and identity. But Palermo, the ancient capital of Sicily and jewel of the Mediterranean, lives up to the Italy of popular imagination. It’s joyful and colorful, rich in art and cuisine, but also disorganized, unable even to reliably collect the garbage.

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