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Stores in Palermo


Shopping Guide: Palermo among history, culture and ... lots of shopping!

Palermo, the Sicilian capital, is a very popular destination and not only for its sea. The city in fact, as well as its historic center, is full of many attractions. Over time, Palermo has been greatly enriched from a cultural and artistic point of view, also due to the many Arab and Norman influences that are reflected both in traditions, in art and in architecture. Many of the monuments, with a high artistic and cultural heritage, are in fact affected by the influence of the peoples who dominated the city.

Speaking instead of shopping, the tour cannot but start from Via Ruggero Settimo, where you can admire a real mix of offers: in fact, you go from high fashion stores, with highly selected garments, to large fast-fashion chains; in short, there really is something for everyone. Not to be missed in this area is the multi-brand store Dell'Oglio Boutique, where traditional luxury is combined with cutting-edge products and research.

In Via Libertà, on the other hand, those that are the most “in” boutiques of Palermo peering out: here the big names, are the masters and the shopping experience is channeled towards monobrand stores of brands like Prada, Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Gucci and beyond.

Also in this case, there is no lack of multibrand stores such as the Torregrossa Boutique, but if you are a gentle-minded and above all a lover of good taste, Michele Inzerillo, whose boutique in Via Alcide De Gasperi, is a must real reference point for the most demanding gentlemen, who love to dress with sophisticated elegance and seek a high quality of cuts and fabrics.



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+39 091 588965 Palermo, Italy
Via Valerio Villareale 68, 90141 Palermo, Italy
+39 091 588965
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Saturday: 09:30-20:00
09:30-20:00Sunday: 10:30-13:00 17:00-20:0010:30-13:00 17:00-20:00
+39 091 9870000 Palermo, Italy
Via Principe di Belmonte, 101 , 90139 Palermo, Italy
+39 091 9870000
Saturday: 10:00-14:00 16:00-20:00
10:00-14:00 16:00-20:00Sunday: ClosedClosed
+39 091 611 0927 Palermo, Italy
Piazza Verdi, 62/63/64/65, 90141 Palermo, Italy
+39 091 611 0927
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Saturday: 09:00-20:00
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091 546686 Palermo, Italy
Via Orione Don 37/39, 90142 Palermo, Italy
091 546686
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Saturday: 09:00-13:00
09:00-13:00 Sunday: ClosedClosed
+390 91320238 Palermo, Italy
Via Ruggero Settimo, 26b, 90141 Palermo, Italy
+390 91320238
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Saturday: 09:30–13:00 16:00–20:00
09:30–13:00 16:00–20:00Sunday: ClosedClosed
+39 0458008516 Verona, Italy
Via Mazzini, 66, 37100 Verona, Italy
+39 0458008516
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Saturday: 10:00-19:30
10:00-19:30Sunday: 10:00-13:00 15:30-19:3010:00-13:00 15:30-19:30
0916114650 Palermo, Italy
Via Gaetano Daita,12, 90139 Palermo, Italy
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Saturday: 09:30 - 13:00 16:30 - 19:30
09:30 - 13:00 16:30 - 19:30Sunday: Closed Closed
+39 091 749 8431 Palermo, Italy
Via della Libertà 15, 90139 Palermo, Italy
+39 091 749 8431
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Saturday: 10:00–13:00 16:15–20:00
10:00–13:00 16:15–20:00Sunday: ClosedClosed
+39 091322566 Palermo, Italy
Via della Libertà, 14 , 90141 Palermo, Italy
+39 091322566
091 332141 Palermo, Italy
Via Enrico Parisi, 18, 90141 Palermo, Italy
091 332141
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Saturday: 09:00-13:00 16:00-20:00
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+39 091 625 7727 Palermo, Italy
Piazza Mordini, 9, 90141 Palermo, Italy
+39 091 625 7727
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Saturday: 09:30-13:00 16:00-20:00
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For a more accessible style instead, you have to go beyond Piazza Massimo and go to Via Maqueda: the first part of the street continues with the most famous fast-fashion chains, both clothing and accessories. About halfway, it is as if the scenario assumed a new identity, from here on the style clearly changes, to take over are the craft shops with various offers of costume jewelry and objects from other cultures. 

Do you love being outside the box and not afraid of overdoing it? Via Bandiera is certainly the most suitable alternative, as it is famous for its typical markets full of clothes and accessories of various kinds, where it is possible to do really enviable business.

Corso Vittorio Emanuele, nicknamed by the inhabitants as "u Càssaru", offers instead a myriad of typical local shops where you can buy all the typical Sicilian souvenirs. A few steps from here, or rather, "around the corner", we return to a typically luxury scenario. In Piazza San Domenico, an area known above all for its goldsmiths, the Palazzo della Rinascente emerges, with a design with a modern and minimalist flavor, in sharp contrast to the surrounding Baroque architecture. Its marvelous panoramic terrace makes it possible to enjoy a break with a breathtaking view of Palermo, between one purchase and another.

Palermo, therefore, is undoubtedly a beautiful city where history, culture and tradition are breathed in every corner, suitable for those who want to discover and learn, to the most curious who love art, to those who are looking for entertainment and those who cannot look away. from the windows. A city for everyone, for every style, every age, and every budget.



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