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Castello della Cuba, Palermo
(2.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Or not quite understand about the Castle, but were sorely disappointed by the ruins of the Castle instead. Absolutely not worth the time to visit. Not even done any photos.
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  • From outside is nice, especially, is what remains of a structure built around a garden. Unfortunately very little remains today, but if you find yourself near the Palazzo dei Normanni, for fifteen minutes on foot you can visit quickly.
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  • After long visited Palermo we still had an hour and we headed to Cuba. Unfortunately I have to confirm what has been written by other reviewers. An empty shell, also nice outside but a yard inside, no explanatory sign, an abandoned square. The keepers (many) have disclosed only to collect the entrance, then disappeared. Invest your time differently.
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  • Super friend people who work there, tho they don't speak English, the explanations are translated though, pretty small, takes probably 10-15mins good time killer and is on the way to the catacombs place.
  • Arab-Norman ruins of an old relaxation palace in a bygone water court. Two euro admission = best deal in Palermo.
  • Closed on Sunday
  • Bel Hall of earthly delights of Arab-Norman style with remains of decorations inside. Today very run down. What do you expect to participate? When everything from now on will be on the ground?
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  • UNESCO monuments of Palermo. to be valued
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