I finally went down to Palermo. I lived my whole trip to Sicily in anticipation for this. I had great expectations about Palermo, especially after its Arab-Norman Cathedral was listed by Unesco among the world heritage sites.
The Cloister of Vezzolano is where we you go once you complete the visit to the Church. It's a peaceful and relaxing place, whose ambience provides a sense of tranquillity.
My latest bike tour took me to the so called "rivers junction park" located at the north west corner of the city.
Last time I wrote about a bike tour of Turin I described the amazing Park of Valentino and its attractions. This time I took a completely different route, 90% of which on reserved bike lanes which led me from my home, close to Piazza Statuto (Constitution square), one of the most important hubs of the city, straight to the Hunting Lodge of Stupinigi, just outside the city borders, 11 km to the south (6 miles).