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Palermo City TDS Rent

Palermo is an Italian metropolitan city, capital of Sicily and seat of the Sicilian Region, as well as the oldest active parliamentary assembly in the world.

Palermo has always been a city symbol of Sicilian culture and history, the long history of the city and the succession of numerous civilizations and peoples have given it an immense artistic, cultural and architectural heritage unique in the world and it was named the Italian youth capital in 2017.

Palermo is the fifth city with the largest number of inhabitants in Italy with approximately seven hundred thousand inhabitants immediately after Rome, Milan, Naples and Turin and has an area of approximately 161 square km and is the fourth largest city in Italy.

Palermo maintained the role of capital of the kingdom of the two Sicilies from 1130 to 1816 and was the protagonist of the Vespers revolutions in 1282 and the revolts of 1848.

From Palermo by car

Palermo is a large southern city, waiting to be explored and experienced. If you want to move comfortably between the city's neighborhoods, a rental car is what you need. You can move easily from the city center to the commercial areas until you reach the most popular surroundings such as Mondello beach and the village of Monreale.

Furthermore, Palermo has the advantage of being connected to a widespread network of roads and motorways, capable of heading towards every location in Sicily. By renting a car in Palermo you will have the opportunity to explore the most picturesque places in Western Sicily: Trapani, Marsala, Erice, San Vito Lo Capo, but also Selinunte, Agrigento and the south-western coast of the island.

If, however, you are ready for a grand tour of the island, Palermo is connected to the east coast with numerous road and motorway connections to reach Catania, Syracuse, Noto, Taormina, Messina and all the architectural and naturalistic pearls to the east of Sicily.