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Palermo rental car

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For our oncoming trip to Sicily we are landing in Palermo at 10pm in the evening. My plan was to stay in Palermo for a couple of days, then rent a car (probably from the airport) to drive to other areas, so we can then return direct to the airport when we fly out a week later.

My travel mate is about to book the car rental (she is Spanish and unlike me used to driving on the right so she will be the driver!). She wants to book the car for the whole week because the rental is the same cost - but what would we do with a car in Palermo? Friends tell me not to try to drive there - your thoughts/advice?

I have this scary vision of us trying to navigate from the airport into Palermo in the night!

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