Where we are
Il Giardino di Ballarò
Il B&B a Palermo

The B&B
Downtown Palermo


The Giardino di Ballarò is a b&b in downtown Palermo, located in the historical Ballarò district, it offers the best solution for all those tourists who want to visit the city by walking, discovering the immense historical and cultural heritage that the city offers. Staying in our b&b means diving into a crucible of streets, mazes, colors, smells and sounds, that will transport you directly into the atmosphere of Arab souks, while still being in Italy.


Here are some examples of places to visit near
the bed and breakfast il Giardino di Ballarò:


  • The cathedral of Palermo, is a major attraction of the city, a must-see for all tourists. It is 350 meters away from the structure, only 5 minutes walk


  • The Norman Palace and its Palatine Chapel, quest'ultima si trova al primo piano del Palazzo dei Normanni. Questo magnifico complesso richiama moltissimi turisti. Dista 6 minuti dal bed and breakfast.


  • The Quattro Canti,is the famous octagonal square also called Theatre of the Sun because during the day at least one of the ancient facades shines kissed by the sun. It can be reached in 8 minutes.


  • Porta Nuova and Corso Vittorio Emanuele,a street famous for the many old palaces. Reached also in 8 minutes.


  • The historical market of Ballarò,Arab period, is the oldest of Palermo. Famous for selling local products from the city countryside, it is a must for food lovers.The market is just aew meters away from the b&b..


  • San Giovanni degli Eremiti,is a Norman church dating back the sixth century. It is 6 minutes from the b&b.


  • Casa Professa, is one of the the most important baroque churches in Sicily. 3 minutes away. Piazza Pretoria or Piazza della Vergogna is 9 minutes from the b&b. This square is one of the most popular among tourists in Palermo, due to its beauty and its tumultuous history.


  • Piazza Pretoria o Piazza della Vergogna dista 9 minuti dal b&b. Anche questa piazza è tra le più visitate di Palermo, per la sua bellezza e per la sua storia tumultuosa.


  • La Torre di San Nicolò, , from where you can admire the astonishing panorama of the roofs of the old Palermo.


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