Hop-on Hop-off Tours Palermo

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Hop-on Hop-off Bus Palermo

  • Audio guide in English and 7 other languages
  • Live guide in English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
  • Start time: 10:00
  • 24-hour access to the City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off busses
  • Paper route map
  • Audio guide on board
  • Free WiFi on board
  • Free Sightseeing Experience app
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Georg,  Germany Germany
03 Feb 2023
Reibungsloser Ablauf. Tickets sofort erhalten und mit PayPal schnell und siche bezahlt. Beide Daumen hoch
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Mariëlle,  Netherlands Netherlands
04 Jan 2023
Opstappunt vlak bij de cruise terminal. Dat was heel praktisch, vooral voor mensen die wat minder goed ter been zijn. Beide lijnen gedaan. Prima uitleg over alle bezienswaardigheden via het...
Opstappunt vlak bij de cruise terminal. Dat was heel praktisch, vooral voor mensen die wat minder goed ter been zijn. Beide lijnen gedaan. Prima uitleg over alle bezienswaardigheden via het audiosysteem. Goede manier om snel alle hoogtepunten van Palermo te zien en en dan te kiezen waar je uitstapt/terugkeert.
Hop-on Hop-off Bus Palermo
Katarzyna,  Poland Poland
15 Nov 2022
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Hop-on Hop-off Bus Palermo

About: Hop-on Hop-off Tours Palermo

Hop-on, hop-off bus tours in Palermo, Italy are a great way to explore the city and its many historical and cultural attractions. These tours typically feature open-top double-decker buses that make regular stops at key landmarks and tourist attractions throughout the city, such as the Cathedral of Palermo, the Teatro Massimo and the Palace of the Normans. They are a great way to see the city and plan your own itinerary, especially for first-time visitors.

Hop-on Hop-off Tours Palermo
Via Filippo Turati 2, 90139, Palermo
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