The laid-back feel of Palermo makes it an ideal destination for those wanting to soak up the sun and immerse themselves in Italian culture. A culinary tour of the city is the best way to begin your stay, so head to one of the street markets around the Piazza del Carmine to pick up some iconic Sicilian snacks, including deep-fried rice and meat-filled arancini or ricotta-filled cannoli. To work off these indulgent treats a visit to the city's landmarks will provide an interesting insight into its history, from the 16th century Gesu Church whose architectural style came to be characteristic of the island, to the beautiful Arabian mosaics at the Cappella Palatina. After a day exploring the city, a few hours resting on the beach are well deserved and the white sands and turquoise sea at Mondello are one of the best places to do just this.
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