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Piazza Mariana is a square/plaza on Cassaro Street, in the Kalsa quarter, and in Palermo’s historic center. The piazza is dominated by the phenomenal Garibaldi Garden. During the Middle Ages this area was a swamp and connected to Palermo’s ancient port, The Cala. The area...More
The piazza is near the sea front and was not far from our hotel. After a bit of sightseeing, we repaired to the piazza and its lovely garden (Garibaldi Garden) for lunch and to watch the hawkers go about their business. There are cafes to...More
We were there on Sunday morning and found out that there is a flea market. The stuff there is beautiful! Really worth coming by. Special joy is to negotiate about the price. I bought two lovely silber bracelets, the price was negotiated from 30€ to...More
This is a piazza with a great deal going on even though if you settle down for a coffee and cannoli you might be persuaded that the pony and trap opposite by the dried up fountain is all there is.
This Piazza was one of...More
After a lovely walk along the sea front we had heard there was a market here on Saturday morning. It was very quiet and low key with just around 20 stalls - cross between an antiques and flea market. One stall was selling Touraeg jewellery...More
The Piazza Marina is located in the well known Kalsa area and near the sea. Over the day there is not that much people here, which changes suddenly in the evenings and life is coming to this place. A lot of bars and restaurants are...More
We enjoyed walking round the pretty park and admiring the ancient fig trees. Doted around the park are lots of little street stalls selling various antiques and trinkets. Worth a visit if you have a little time to kill