We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews capella palatina royal apartments audio guide art exhibition state rooms amazing mosaics golden mosaics norman palace wooden ceiling king roger mosaic work ticket office worth a visit take your time parliament palazzo monreale
Capela Palatina is the most amazing place and all the exhibits are state of art. It is the top of the list of attractions in Palermo. It is a must see and absolutely superb. The palace exhibits are attractive. It is interesting that they have...More
Capela Palatina is the most spectacular place on Earth we've ever visited!
There are no any words on any of all of the known languages to describe the preciousness of the Chapel, it is truly stunning and breathtaking!
Whenever in Palermo, we'll go there again,...More
Palace exhibits are quite nice as wall as the star attraction chapel. The gardens are well worth it. Interesting plants although green houses were largely empty (November). Overall this site is rightly a must see on a short break in Palermo
To see a place that is entirely covered in mosaic, with amazing detail and beauty, makes for an almost undescribable experience. The preservation of the building, the remarkable mosaics, and the exquisite beauty, were among the best we have ever seen in all our travels....More
The Palazzo Reale complex houses the Norman Palace, Cappella Palatina "Palatine Chapel" and Gardens complex. Combination tickets are available and the lines tend to be long, so pre-book to save time. The Cappella Palatina is the highlight of this complex. However, in the lower level...More
Frustratingly, you can't buy tickets at the entrance - you have to go to the booth a little way down in the gardens and get them there. Tickets are for various parts of the facility, so make sure you are buying for what you want...More
So firstly I would recommend that you buy tickets in advance unless you want to queue for an hour to get in. The state apartments are only open on certain days so if you want to see them make sure you check the days first...More