Give in to an all-out assault on your senses when you walk around this ancient market near Piazza San Domenico. Weave in and out of stalls adorned with fresh produce, flowers and sea creatures. This is the place to pick up a thick slice of swordfish and a bag of zucchini. Grab a snack and a coffee from one of the bars and watch the ongoing drama unfold before your eyes. The banter, singing and gesticulating of the Sicilians are more entertaining than any West End or Broadway production. Admission is free.
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In the beautiful island of Sicily, the city of Palermo resides facing the north western front of the Tyrrhenian Sea. With a rich cultural background, history and beautiful architecture, this charming city draws millions of tourists every year. The churches, palaces, museums and squares retain an old world charm and most of these sites reflect the rich history and heritage of this city. Apart from its scenic interiors, Palermo is known for the numerous dining spots spread across the city, that promise the finest gourmet pleasures.