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  • 1

    Mount Etna

    19 reviews

    I took the Funivia up to 2,504 meters, and from there began to hike. Our little group included a geologist. Another friend took one of the busses up to the just about the top and she said that was spectacular. Then more you learn about the geology and history of Etna, the more amazing it is. Be prepared for your ...

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  • 2

    Selinunte

    10 reviews

    This ancient Greek archeological site is really impressive, a must see in Sicily. Ther are five temples of which only one has been teconstructed, temple E. the ruins of temple G are so impressive. The pieces of columns left are so broad and large, I cannot imagine how big and impressive it could have been. The atmosphere here is really ...

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  • 3

    Teatro Massimo

    10 reviews

    This theater is one of the real prides of Palermo, it is stunning inside and out. There are guided tours each day in English, French and Spanish. If you any appreciation for the arts, this is a theater to see.

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  • 4

    Taormina

    9 reviews

    One of the most beautiful towns in Italy.Taormina's area was inhabited by the Siculi even before the Greeks arrived on the Sicilian coast in 734 BC.Taormina is a magic place. The most famous monument is the ancient Greek theatre, from which there are breathtaking views on the sea. Piazza IX Aprile is the perfect place where taking a drink and ...

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  • 5

    Ortygia

    7 reviews

    Picturesque old part of the city on a half-island, with lots of small streets and the beautiful dome with a piazza.

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  • 6

    Palermo Cathedral

    9 reviews

    This cathedral is deserving of a visit, the architecture alone should take a few minutes to digest. There are many different styles to be noticed throughout the cathedral and for me it is rather unique and memorable. The grounds are well kept and you can see locals walking around the paths or sitting on the outer walls.

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  • 7

    panarea

    6 reviews

    Wow Wow wow..!!

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  • 8

    Palazzo dei Normanni

    6 reviews

    The main reason to visit the Normal Palace is the Palatine Chapel. Built by Roger II it contains Byzantine, Latin and Islamic influences. The wooden stalactite ceiling is extremely rare in a church. The floor is also inlaid with many precious stones.

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  • 9

    Archaeological Area of Agrigento

    6 reviews

    Considered one of the greatest cities of the ancient Mediterranean world, Agrigento in Sicily is well preserved and remains in an exceptionally intact condition. The Doric temples that dominate the ancient town are one of the most outstanding monuments in Greek culture and art, shedding light on the life, culture and burial practices of its early Christian inhabitants.

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  • 10

    Isola Bella

    8 reviews

    This is where I spent my afternoons, sunbathing, relaxing, getting thai massage, LOVING IT. Get one of the boat trips to grotta azurra. Just like Capri.

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  • 11

    Valle dei Templi

    6 reviews

    Not the easiest archaeological site to get to in Sicily, but it is certainly worth the effort. This park offers some amazing examples of Ancient Greek architecture and is worth exploring. The park is quite large but easily explored in several hours. Avoid the hot months of July and August if you can since the sun and heat can be ...

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  • 12

    Catania Cathedral

    7 reviews

    The Cathedral of St Agatha is the main place of Catholic worship in Catania. It is name after the City's patron saint and is prominently located in Catania's main square in the old town.

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  • 13

    Isola di Ortigia

    5 reviews

    Enchanting baroque island, plenty of antiquities enjoyable by walk

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  • 14

    Teatro Politeama

    5 reviews

    Teatro Politeama is really famous in Palermo, but the thing I was really fascinated by was the square in front of it. At night it turns to be a kind of dark sky shining with stars, after the lights in the pavement. A really astonishing surprise.

  • 15

    Fountain of the Elephant

    5 reviews

    The Fountain of the Elephant in the Town Centre is one of those places we always seemed to end up in time and time again. The Elephant at the center is oddly endearing and the architecture surrounding the square is a delight.

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  • 16

    Fontana Pretoria

    5 reviews

    Piazza chiamata anche 'piazza della vergogna' a causa delle nudità delle statue

  • 17

    Villa Romana del Casale

    5 reviews

    Non ti aspetti che tra quelle colline si possa trovare un simile gioiello dell'arte romana.

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  • 18

    Duomo di Monreale

    4 reviews

    The Cathedral of Monreale is one of the greatest extant examples of Norman architecture in the world. It was begun in 1174 by William II, and in 1182 the church, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, was, by a bull of Pope Lucius III, elevated to the rank of a metropolitan cathedral. The church is a national monument ...

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  • 19

    Riserva dell Zingaro

    4 reviews

    Nearby Scopello gathers more tourists as it figures more prominently in the guidebooks, however, the Zingaro Preserve features some of the most beautiful and secluded beaches in Sicily. You can get from beach to beach by walking a razor thin pathway along the ridge above the water. Each beach is generally nestled in cove created by the black, rocky cliffs. ...

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  • 20

    San Vito Lo Capo

    4 reviews

    It has one of the largest beach of Europe

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