very nice, with views from everywhere
to many cars..
...and here's Enna itself seen from the castle hill. See the steep road climbing up the hill? There's one more pic showing how the road winds at the lower part of the hill. By the way, there's no pavement or sidewalk so I wondered how people living at this road managed to visit their neighbours.more
The castle is said to be Enna's biggest attraction. It's still in a very good shape but what I liked best were the views.Here's the view on Calascibetta - the picturesque town situated on another hill, facing Enna. Actually, we initially mistook it for Enna the first time we saw it, walking from the railway station.more
Enna's main attraction is the Lombard Castle, built by Frederick II in the early part of the 13th century. Many historians, however, agree that the castle was erected upon the ruins of an earlier fortification, possibly Arab or Byzantine. That older fortress could have been built on the remnants of an even earlier structure dating to the Roman...more
From the outside the bulding represents mostly Baroque style, however in my opinion there is nothing exceptional in its construction and outside decoration, but quite the opposite I can say about the interior of Duomo.Inside you'll see columns of black basalt, each with finely sculpted bases and capitals. The wooden coffered ceiling is absolutely...more
The main thoroughfare of the city, near which concentrate majority of "must sees". It starts from Castello di Lombardia and leads down the hill to the Torre di Federico.Isn't it a typical Sicilian picture? Just a couple of meters off the main road, you can see the sheets hanging like some weird theatrical decorations.... :))) but this is what some...more
very comfortable, clean ; nice views (city or country), very central located; super breakfast,...more
P.zza Ghisleri, 13, Enna, 94100, Italy
Good for: Couples
Piazza Scelfo, angolo Via S Agata, Enna, 94100, Italy
Good for: Couples
We went to Enna from Palermo by train and we came back by bus. The journey by train was much more plaesant but the problem was that the train doesn't really stop in Enna. You have to take a bus or a taxi to get to the town, which is situated on a hill some 5 kilometers from the railway station. And, what we didn't know, off season the buses are...more
This place is a laundry.....yes, is where , in the past..women went to wash.....They needed strong arms, i can say thanks god for my washing machine!