May 26, 2019 - May 27, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Are you on a tight budget but want to plan an unforgettable trip to Palermo, Italy? Just because you need to save money doesn't mean you have to compromise on the fun. In this article, we show you how you to experience the best very best Palermo has to offer while keeping to your shoestring budget.
Start your trip planning off right by searching for and booking the cheapest flights to Palermo. Even if you aren't sure of your travel dates yet, Skyscanner's unique cheapest month search can be very helpful. When you search using this tool, you will easily find all available airfare for up to a year in advance. This allows you to identify the least expensive month for travel to Palermo, Italy.
Now, we'll help you learn more about your destination. Below we will answer some of the most frequently asked questions and offer tips to help you find the lowest prices for Palermo hotels. We also make it easy to compare and book the best rental car deals in Palermo.
Yes. We used Skyscanner's mobile app to find that Palermo has hotels and resorts available for every budget. Did you know that you don't have to sacrifice luxury, to stay within your budget when in Palermo? We found 5-star accommodations for just $96 each night. Skyscanner's easy and intuitive hotel search allows you to view all available accommodations, read actual reviews, find answers to frequently asked questions, and make your reservations --all from the same page!
In Palermo, you'll find hotels and resorts located along the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Once you have selected your search criteria, simply click the Google map to view each property in its precise location.
There are three main ways to get around in Palermo: Taxi, buses, and motorcycle. Palermo's city buses, are operated by AMAT and run frequently but are often overcrowded and slow. Be sure to pick up the free map from the nearest tourist office to see the details of the major bus lines including stops at the train station. If your dream is tooling around the city in an Italian sports car, you will want to check out Skyscanner's awesome deals on Palermo rental cars.
In Palermo the hotels range from $14 per night for a hostel room to $96 per night for a five-star suite. No matter what your budget is, you can be sure you are getting the best deal possible with Skyscanner. The site searches thousands of advertised prices on the internet. When we searched for the cheapest hotel deals in Palermo we were able to book the cheapest hotels in October. We found a 5-star hotel for under $75 per night, 4-star hotels averaged $58, and economy hotels, hostels, and boarding rooms were available for as little as $14 per night.
Yes! If you want to skip the large chains and opt for a quaint or modern boutique hotel, B&B, condo, or apartment in Palermo, Skyscanner will help you find those too. Two of the most popular boutique hotels on our site in Palermo are:
If you're thinking about seeing Italy on a budget, you have to throw Palermo, Sicily into the mix. Each region of Sicily has charm, landscape, cuisine and even its own dialect. The little town of Palermo has it all: pristine beaches, mountainous vistas, ancient ruins, vineyards, charming fishing villages, active volcanoes, castles, and a unique history that makes it the most approachable Mediterranean melting pot.
Good time here, people are soooo nice and warm. The city center is always full of people and the sun is a constant present. Best gelato ever had, one of the best pizza in my life and street food as it were. For low budget trips and super high quality experiences. Super suggested!
Many combine their visits to Palermo and Cefalu because they offer such different things but are really not far from one another. Palermo is a fascinating city that's worth visiting, even if just for the day. Lots to see and eat!
Busy and dirty. We did not get a good vibe or maybe Palermo was just not a city for us. We went to close by cities like Mondello and Cefalu which we loved.
I've been to many places in Italy. If I had to compare Palermo to any other, I'd say it feels like a more industrialized and spread-out Naples: The smog on some streets are bad, so much so that they sting my eyes