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Fleet

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Economy

E.g. Ford Mondeo, Opel Insignia or similar

Punta Raisi Airport (PMO)  >>  Palermo  From 49 €

Fontanarossa Airpot (CTA)  >>  Catania  From 44 €

 

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Executive

Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Punta Raisi Airport (PMO)  >>  Palermo  From 59 €

Fontanarossa Airpot (CTA)  >>  Catania  From 55 €

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Premium Minivan

Mercedes-Benz V-Class

Punta Raisi Airport (PMO)  >>  Palermo  From 79 €

Fontanarossa Airpot (CTA)  >>  Catania  From 73 €

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First Class

Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Punta Raisi Airport (PMO)  >>  Palermo  From 119 €

Fontanarossa Airpot (CTA)  >>  Catania  From 109 €

ABOUT PALERMO

Founded as a “city-harbor” by the Phoenicians between the VII and VI century BC. Its name comes from the ancient Greek Panormos, meaning “all-harbor”, thanks to its naturally formed inlet.
It is the fifth city in Italy for population. The leading sector is the shipbuilding one that thanks to several industrial harbors of middle size, contributes enormously to the creation of workplaces. However, the sector that registered the highest development and growth rate in the last years is the one dedicated to services, in part thanks to the banks, like the “Banco di Sicilia” and “Banca Nuova”, the “Credito Siciliano” and the “Banca di Palermo”, aside from all the state institutions that the region possesses thanks to its particular autonomy. The city is linked to the harbor of Palermo, and important port of call for trades and cruises, and to the international airport “Falcone e Borsellino” of Palermo-Punta Raisi PMO.

THINGS TO DO

The city’s long history and the succession of several people and civilizations, have left to this city a unique and impressive artistic and architectonical heritage that encompasses the remains of old Phoenician walls, byzantine and arabic-norman places of worship, gothic architecture and baroque cathedrals, neoclassical theaters and rationalist palaces. Specifically, Arabic-Norman buildings are considered part of the UNESCO’s heritages. The famous markets of Palermo represent a unique opportunity to enjoy a place that seems to be out of time, with savors, perfumes and sounds of merchants and jobs rapidly disappearing.
Palermo’s traditional cuisine offers several delicacies ranging from appetizers to desserts, from arancine to cannoli; its western culture mixes perfumes and products such as pistachios, saffron, almonds, cheeses and seasonings of all kinds creating unique combinations that you won’t find anywhere else. It could be interesting to leave the city and visit the Trapani province to see that corner of heaven also known as the Egadi Islands.

ABOUT PALERMO

Founded as a “city-harbor” by the Phoenicians between the VII and VI century BC. Its name comes from the ancient Greek Panormos, meaning “all-harbor”, thanks to its naturally formed inlet.
It is the fifth city in Italy for population. The leading sector is the shipbuilding one that thanks to several industrial harbors of middle size, contributes enormously to the creation of workplaces. However, the sector that registered the highest development and growth rate in the last years is the one dedicated to services, in part thanks to the banks, like the “Banco di Sicilia” and “Banca Nuova”, the “Credito Siciliano” and the “Banca di Palermo”, aside from all the state institutions that the region possesses thanks to its particular autonomy. The city is linked to the harbor of Palermo, and important port of call for trades and cruises, and to the international airport “Falcone e Borsellino” of Palermo-Punta Raisi PMO.

THINGS TO DO

The city’s long history and the succession of several people and civilizations, have left to this city a unique and impressive artistic and architectonical heritage that encompasses the remains of old Phoenician walls, byzantine and arabic-norman places of worship, gothic architecture and baroque cathedrals, neoclassical theaters and rationalist palaces. Specifically, Arabic-Norman buildings are considered part of the UNESCO’s heritages. The famous markets of Palermo represent a unique opportunity to enjoy a place that seems to be out of time, with savors, perfumes and sounds of merchants and jobs rapidly disappearing.
Palermo’s traditional cuisine offers several delicacies ranging from appetizers to desserts, from arancine to cannoli; its western culture mixes perfumes and products such as pistachios, saffron, almonds, cheeses and seasonings of all kinds creating unique combinations that you won’t find anywhere else. It could be interesting to leave the city and visit the Trapani province to see that corner of heaven also known as the Egadi Islands.

Used it four times and they always sent black new Mercedes, safe drivers too.

Thomas

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