Jet off to Sicily
Just one Nice Palermo plane ticket will take you on several journeys. It will carry you from one shore of the Mediterranean to the other, and whisk you back in time. Enriched by its turbulent past, the capital of Sicily has multiple influences: Norman austerity, Byzantine refinement, Oriental charms, Italian imagination, French elegance and Spanish pride. A cultural patchwork that will make your Nice Palermo flight the start of a great journey.
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The formalities for travelling to Palermo
- Entry requirements: Sicily is Italian, and Italy is a member of the Schengen Area. That means that borders have been abolished, and you just need to bring a valid passport or identity card.
- Currencies: in Palermo, the people pay for their ice-cream in euros. To make sure you have enough money when you arrive on the island, remember to go to the cash machine in your departure terminal.
Your Nice Palermo direct flight
To head to the capital of Sicily, fly with Volotea from Terminal 2.
Plan to arrive at the airport at least an hour before your departure time if you have your boarding pass and you are travelling with hand luggage only. If you need to go to a check-in desk, allow extra quarter of an hour.
Departure airport Nice Côte d’Azur Airport Departure terminal Terminal 2 Arrival airport Palermo Falcone-Borsellino Airport
Arriving at Palermo airport
Falcone-Borsellino Airport only has one terminal. It is located over 30 kilometres from Palermo. To get to the city, you have the following options:
- The bus: from 05:00 and every half hour until 00:15, the Prestia e Comandè shuttle leaves the airport for Palermo Centrale railway station. There are several stops on the route.
- The train: the first Trinacria Express leaves at 05:45 and the last leaves at 23:40. There is one departure every half hour, the journey takes just under an hour and the price is reasonable.
- The taxi.
- A hire car: There are more than ten local or international car hire companies in the Arrivals Hall
- Car sharing: however, it is not certain that a vehicle will be available at the station situated outside the terminal, on the other side of the bus lane, at the entrance to the paid car park. But there’s no harm in trying!
What to do in
The city’s only nickname already promises a wonderful holiday. What is it? The happy city! And this happiness is nurtured by the unfailing sunshine that lights up even the narrowest of alleys in the old town, drying the laundry that hangs in the windows and caressing the green plants that brighten the balconies. The azure skies are perfect for strolling slowly around a city in the midst of a revival, which is modernised and safe, but still beautiful.
Frequently asked questions
How long does a Nice Palermo flight take?
The average flight time between Nice and Palermo is 1h30.
Which airline provides the Nice Palermo direct flight?
From April until early autumn, Volotea & easyJet provide flights from Nice to the capital of Sicily.
How much does a Nice Palermo flight cost?
The lowest price for a Nice-Palermo return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 127€
What is the time difference between Nice and Palermo?
There is no time difference.
What is the best time of year to visit Palermo?
Situated at the very south of Italy’s boot and next to the Mediterranean, Palermo has a pleasant climate all year round. However, the capital of Sicily is most inviting in spring and early autumn, when the fruits of local production are at their best and the sun is not too strong. Remember, although Palermo is on the coast, it does not have any beaches. In summer, tourists abandon the city in the day and head for Mondello, a little exotic paradise. Another solution is to explore beyond Palermo for a few days and discover the rest of Sicily, which could not be more enchanting.