Many of Palermo’s attractions are near to Bolognetta, making it a great place to base yourself while you are in town. Two sights that should top every visitor’s list is the fascinating Guttuso Museum and the ever-popular Palermo Botanical Garden. Also, well worth the effort are Villa Giulia and the Piazza della Kalsa.
Stop by some of the nearby museums and galleries, which help make this region such a rewarding holiday destination. Step inside the many fascinating museums such as the International Puppet Museum and the Regional Archaeological Museum. See the region’s best and brightest strut their stuff at Teatro Massimo. Often talked about galleries, include Regional Gallery.
If you are spending a while in and around Bolognetta, stop by Gancia, Cappella Palatina and the Cathedral of Palermo. Relive Palermo’s colorful past by visiting Fontana Pretoria, the Palermo New Gate and the Palace of the Normans. Travellers with a passion for religious history shouldn’t miss the San Francesco d'Assisi Church, the Chiesa di San Domenico-Palermo and the Church of the Jesus.
If you are ready to indulge in some retail therapy, explore the various stores at Vucciria Market and Capo Market.
Spend a few hours with fellow sports fans at Renzo Barbera Stadium, cheering on the much-loved Unione Sportiva Città di Palermo. On game days follow the river of pink and black, to the stadium, then after the final whistle blows, join local soccer lovers in the nearby pubs and relive the games finest moments over a few cold beers.
At the end of a day discovering the sights, sounds and smells of Bolognetta, rest up in one of the area’s popular hotels or serviced apartments. Check out the rooms and rates at the Grand Hotel Et Des Palmes, the Centrale Palace Hotel, or the Ambasciatori Hotel.