Street Food in Palermo

According to the newspaper Forbes, Palermo is one of the World’s top 10 cities for Street Food. In Palermo Street Food would be “Pani ca meusa” (bread rolls with cooked spleen), “Panelle” (fried chickpea flour), “arancina” (rice ball with meat or ham and cheese), sfincione (soft pizza with onion). Palermo is also famous for Cannoli, (crispy cookie stuffed with fresh ricotta cheese) ice cream.

Panelle e crocchè, pani ca meusa (milza), sfincione, arancina. Ecco, questo è il tipico cibo di strada palermitano. Palermo è quinta nella classifica mondiale dello Street Food secondo la rivista americana Forbes. Palermo è inoltre famosa per il Cannolo alla ricotta e il gelato.

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Cefalù & Madonie Mountains

In Sicily there are many beautiful towns settled in such amazing landscapes. The countryside, like Madonie Mountains, is an area where people live and work, not just a natural reserve, meaning that you can combine hiking with visits to historic towns and meals in some of Sicily’s best places. Cefalù is a very pretty medieval town near the sea, 90 km far from Palermo, with a great Arab-Norman Cathedral (Unesco site with Palermo and Monreale).

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