There is much to see and much to visit. So if you’re traveling to Sicily, we recommend the essential places, at least, should not miss.
Eight kilometers from Palermo’ll find this amazing Arab-Norman cathedral, the finest example of Norman architecture on the island. Normally usually it crowded with cruise passengers, but well worth it despite the hubbub.
In this beautiful coastal city, a superb mixture of Romanesque, Baroque, Arab influences, Normans and Spaniards are mixed on the facades of churches, buildings and pediments every corner of the historic center. It is a place to stroll.
One of the most important archaeological sites in the Mediterranean. The seventh century B.C. They are the Eastern Temples, the Acropolis, the Old City and the shrine of Malophoros, raised by the sea, forming a single stamp.
The small town of Corleone is olbigada for fans of movies and novels about the Mafia and especially about Don Vito. The village itself has no historical heritage more than a couple of churches, but this capo dei capi cradle of real and fictional preserves the atmosphere of inner Sicily, rural and authentic.
They say it was the most beautiful city in the ancient world and paraded through the streets Plato, Archimedes or Aeschylus. Today it has the only classical Greek drama school outside Athens (big productions premiered in May and June). You can not miss the neighborhood of Ortigia and the Archaeological Park of Neapolis.