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Discover the Kalsa District in Palermo
"Part punic part phoenician part Roman part Arab: there is no doubt the city of Palermo has an exciting background. Kalsa from the Arabic al- Halisah that means 'Elected' was the fortified citadel during the Islamic domination of Palermo seat of the emir and his ministers.There were Mediterranean gardens
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Palermo Walking Tour: among Puppets and Puppetry
"From the “vastasate” first expression of the Sicilian dialectal theater from which the Opera dei Pupi originated to the ""teatrini"" small stucco decorations made by Giacomo Serpotta a famous artist of the eighteenth century the same artist who also decorated some amazing oratories in Palermo.An itinerary among art
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Palermo Segway Tour
"Meet your friendly guide in the center of Palermo and start with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled electric self-balancing Segway. Once you feel comfortable you’ll weave through Palermo’s streets following your guide at a steady pace.Glide across to Piazza Verdi to see Teatro Massimo – Italy’s largest opera house – and swing past Capo Market where a mish-mash of busy alleyways are home to stalls selling some of Palermo’s best food. Maneuv too
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Etoile D'or

The Etoile D'or has in the groundfloor mostly snacks like Arancini, Pizza, Pastries and Sweets. Upstairs is a restaurant (haven't been there). I had my favorite Sicilian snack Arancini, sort of a...
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Specialities

If you like sweets you will be happy in Palermo. At every corner there is a bakery and inside every bakery there is a treasure of cannoli, pasta di mandorle, cassata and more. The best bakery will...
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Il Baccanale

One of many restaurants in a little alley. Great food, very reasonable prices, wide selection. Sicily is known for it's seafood. Everything I've had here is very good. The stuffed calamari, though,...
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Ristorante Jonico a Rutta e Ciauli

I tend to visit Siracusa at least once a year (my girlfriend's parents live there) and I never miss the chance to eat at this excellent restaurant. So far it has never disappointed me in terms of...
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Pizzeria Calvino

Calvino is the best pizzeria of Trapani, and for me of the world, it has a nealry century old tradition, they use genuine fresh ingredients, and cutted tomatoes in pieces not sauce. The cosy pizzeria...
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Rendez Vous

We enjoyed our first visit to Redezvous so much, we returned later during the week we spent at Naxos. The service was good. The food right up to expectations and the house wine good despite the low...
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Antica Focacceria San Francesco

La Antica Focacceria San Francesco is a nice, very touristy and with great atmosphere site It has white marble tables inside and also they put tables outside You can make a normal meal or you can...
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La Buca

When dining in Taormina, look for a restaurant that has an outside patio with tables that have a view of the sea below. The meal will seem ten times better due to the rush of a good feel as the sea...
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Onda Blu Pescheria

2016: Onda Blu Ristorante is upstairs with about 20 tables, this is a new venture. Onda Blu Pescheria is a shop selling fresh fish and shellfish with tanks of shellfish, polpo (octypus), aragosta...
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Pizzeria Mediterranea di Mario Aleci

Originally we were supposed to go to some other pizza place that supposedly served the best pizza, but it was closed so we randomly found this place. The next day we went to the first pizza place, and...
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Pizzottando

This small pizza house was not far from our hotel... We had some walk in the direction of city center and it was just across the church of San Francesco Saverino. The waiter was a tipical Sicilian guy...
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La Botte

The night we visited this restaurant they were catering for a christening party, so it seems to be somewhere the locals go. Certainly the food was excellent. I had ravioli with ricotta in a pistachio...
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Taberna Sveva

On our first stroll around Ortigia on the evening of our arrival, I spotted this little trattoria in a small piazza near the castle at the southeastern extremity of the island. We strolled for another...
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Albergo Ristorante Paradiso

Its a simple but nice restaurants with friendly and helpful servers. Its only a few minute's walk facing the hill side of Levanzo village (turn left form the port) Its simple (salt only) fish...
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Top Hotels in Sicilia

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Corso Vittorio Emanuele 327, Palermo, Sicily, 90134, Italy
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Via San Vito 40, Catania, Sicily, 95124, Italy
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Via Vittorio Veneto 93, Syracuse, 96100, Italy
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Via Pirandello, 81, (formerly Villa Fabbiano), Taormina, 98039, Italy
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Via Passeggiata Archeologica, 33, Agrigento, Sicily, 92100, Italy
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Lungomare G. Giardina, Cefalu, 90015, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Sicilia

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Mount Etna

Mount Etna is the most active volcano in the world, and it is the highest Volcano is Europe. Its height varies after each eruption, and due to frequent lava flow and build up. Mount Etna is UNESCO...
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Vucciria and other markets

If you are anything close to foodie and you like cooking you cannot miss this place. The whole street is a endless line of smiths' workshops. Some of them are nowadays mainly re-seller but in a lot of...
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Greek Theatre

Taormina's most Romanticised monument, il Teatro Greco does leave you breathless. It is the Classical theatre with the best view in the world, consisting of the Mediterranean on one side and the...
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Fonte Aretusa - Fountain of Arethusa

This piazza is named after the great genius of mathematics and physics, Archimedes, who was born in Siracusa 287 BC and died in 212 BC. Piazza Archimede is known as the 'elegant living room' of...
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Duomo - Cathedral

Construction of Messina Cathedral started in second part of XII century and cathedral was consecrated in 1197. During it long history cathedral suffered badly during the earthquakes of 1783 and 1908....
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Side Trip to Egadi Islands

Favignana is a butterfly-shaped island located within one-hour boat ride from Trapani. Its a small island with a nice old town. There are interesting diving spots and beautiful beaches. One can relax...
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