The Church of Saint Catherine (Italian: Chiesa di Santa Caterina or simply Santa Caterina) is a church in Palermo, Sicily, southern Italy. It is located in the heart of the historic centre, between Piazza Bellini and Piazza Pretoria, in the same area of other well-known architectural landmarks like the churches of Martorana and San Cataldo (both of them are World Heritage Sites), the Fontana Pretoria and the Palazzo Pretorio, headquarters of the Palermo municipality. The church is a synthesis of Sicilian Baroque, Rococo and Renaissance styles.
Staff are rude, have to pay twice to actually see the entire church. The church itself is very nice
Extraordinarily beautiful interior.
Worth a two euro entry fee. Very well-kept and preserved in its breath taking style . It is adviced for people staying in Palermo for more than two days.
Worth of 2 EUR entry. Royal Palace should be the same price after excluding Palatina Chappel from regular entry ticket.
Beautiful place and monument in the centre of the city
Gorgeous, detailed, bright, baroque. Expect an entrance fee of €2.50 or with a discount of €1.50, I believe. There's so much detail here to look at. One of the top in Palermo.
Amazing church and view of the top