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Diğer Harika Açık Hava Mekanları
“Situated between Scopello and San Vito lo Capo it was supposed to be a national road but luckily it did not happen and it was created a natural reserve. A true paradise rich in Mediterranean macchia, flora and small fauna. Don't miss the wild white sandy beaches, know as Calette. Recommend for hiking and nature lovers.”
  • Yerel halktan 197 kişi öneriyor
  • 3 Deneyim
Opera House
“Il teatro massimo Vittorio Emanuele di Palermo è il più grande edificio teatrale lirico d'Italia, e uno dei più grandi d'Europa, terzo per ordine di grandezza architettonica dopo l'Opéra National di Parigi e la Staatsoper di Vienna. ENGLISH LINGUAGE The Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emanuele in Palermo is the largest lyrical theater building in Italy, and one of the largest in Europe, third by architectural order after the Opéra National in Paris and the Vienna State Opera.”
  • Yerel halktan 183 kişi öneriyor
  • 14 Deneyim
Kilise
“The Cathedral of Palermo was founded by Gualtiero Offamilio, archbishop of the town from 1169 to 1190. It was a mosque in Islamic times and converted into a cathedral church by Roberto the Guiscardo after the conquest of Palermo. Its exclusive elements are the inlays and the architectural and sculptural plastic that reflects the penetration of Romanic art and the first Gothic decorative taste in Sicily, expanding the spectrum of the Arab-Norman syncretism with new elements in an original and multiple composition and exhibition of the Mediterranean arts. The building underwent a late-eighteenth-century renovation carried out on a project by Ferdinando Fuga. This period dates back to the Norman-Swabian royal and imperial sarcophagi in the first two chapels of the right aisle, where the remains of Roger II and his daughter Constance, of Emperor Henry VI, of Frederick II and his wife Costanza D’Aragona are preserved.”
  • Yerel halktan 159 kişi öneriyor
  • 2 Deneyim
Park
“For anyone holidaying in the southeast of Sicily, one place that really shouldn’t be missed, is the Vendicari Nature Reserve. There are many reasons for this assertion, none more convincing than the fact that its beautiful selection of beaches are amongst the least frequented in Sicily……at least by humans. Situated on the southern-most part of Sicily’s east coast, Vendicari is a mixture of lagoons (pantano), sand dunes, rocky coastlines, and sandy beaches. It was instituted in 1984 and is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. The high salinity of the ground provides an ideal habitat for Mediterranean maquis, herbs such as thyme and rosemary and other prickly customers such as juniper bushes.”
  • Yerel halktan 199 kişi öneriyor
  • 6 Deneyim
İtalyan Restoranı
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“The Royal Palace of Palermo (11th-12th centuries) is the main monument to represent the wealth and political and cultural power of the Norman kingdom, a model of Arab-Norman architecture. An ancient Islamic Castrum erected on pre-existing Punic origins, from 1072 it became the residence of the Norman sovereigns. Its Torre Pisana (second quarter of the 12th century) is a unique example of a fortified tower, similar to those of the Norman donjon, whose plan is similar to ifriqeni Islamic models. La Joharia (mid-12th century) includes Sala dei Venti and Sala di Ruggero. The Sala dei Venti, or of the four columns, derives its architecture from the durqa'a, the inner courtyard of the Islamic ifriqeni and Fatimid palaces. It is preserved intact and is in fact one of the best preserved examples of this architectural typology in the medieval Mediterranean. Sala di Ruggero is characterized by impressive mosaics that cover the walls and the cross vault with profane, hunting and paradisiac scenes. The mosaics of Stanza di Ruggero, together with the fragments preserved in the Pisan Tower and the mosaic panel of Sala della Fontana in Palazzo della Zisa, are rare examples of profane decorations, distinguished by the significant presence of figurative elements derived from Islamic and Sassanid culture.. A widespread genre in the Byzantine courtly world of which today there are no traces except in historical sources.”
  • Yerel halktan 122 kişi öneriyor
  • 4 Deneyim
Landmark
“One of Sicily”s most important archaeological sites highlighted by the stunningly well preserved Templo Delia Concordia. ”
  • Yerel halktan 123 kişi öneriyor
  • 2 Deneyim
Diğer Harika Açık Hava Mekanları
“A beautiful place, savage, pristine nature! It's better to go there in spring or in autumn, the walk is a little bit hard when it's hot weather.”
  • Yerel halktan 122 kişi öneriyor
Volcano
“Etna, Europe’s largest active volcano, stands about 3,300 meters between Catania and Taormina. It erupts regularly, and since 2002 visitors are not allowed to climb to the top of any of its four craters (hiking up is allowed). Regular buses depart for Etna from Catania”
  • Yerel halktan 77 kişi öneriyor
  • 35 Deneyim
Island
“15 minutes far from Villa le Girandole, Siracusa is one of the richest cities in terms of culture and history of the whole Sicily, and it has been for ages the crucial centre of the entire province. The city is famous for the Greek colonizations, which are clearly reflected on the cultural heritage, and can be admired on the anphitheathers and on the architecture, especially walking through the enchanted Ortigia. Since 2005, Siracusa with the Necropoli of Pantalica is inserted in the World Heritage Site of UNESCO, because "monuments and archeological sites located in Siracusa are the most amazing example of extraordinary architectual creation which huge various cultural aspects: Greek, Baroque and Romans". ”
  • Yerel halktan 124 kişi öneriyor
  • 9 Deneyim
Museum
“An impressive old Greek amphitheater, and quarry including the ear of Dionysis. Well worth a visit.”
  • Yerel halktan 99 kişi öneriyor
Sublocality Level 1
“I would highly recommend to my Mondello guests as it is a lovely place, a picturesque landscape just 10 km from Palermo. A series of avenues lined with typically Mediterranean plants, which give a relaxing atmosphere to the place, set between the well-known Monte Pellegrino and Monte Gallo, which give that wild touch that perfectly combines green nature and white sand of the beach lapped by a crystal clear sea. Mondello presents itself to tourists as a beach of fine sand, with a soft sandy bottom perfect for the little ones. You are kidnapped by equipped beaches coveted by many tourists and large buildings in liberty style. There are various proposals that are proposed for tourism, various instructors from different sports know how to entertain guests. Also present numerous kiosks and small bars in which it is possible to appreciate the various regional culinary delicacies.”
  • Yerel halktan 95 kişi öneriyor
  • 17 Deneyim
Nehir
“Immersed in nature and surrounded by mountains, this park perfectly represents the Sicilian side that goes beyond beaches and monument. Easily reachable from the motorway Catania-Messina, the Gorges of Alcantara river are stunningly set among rocks, with very clear (but also very cold!) waters where you can immerse your feet.”
  • Yerel halktan 99 kişi öneriyor
Tiyatro
“ Il Teatro Politeama Garibaldi (con la parola Politeama si intende un generico teatro dove si danno rappresentazioni di vario genere, e pertanto è improprio utilizzarla per riferirsi nello specifico a detto Teatro) si trova sulla Piazza Ruggero Settimo (a sua volta usualmente denominata Piazza Politeama) al centro di Palermo. / The Politeama Garibaldi Theater ( the word Politeama means a generic theater where different kinds of performances so therefore it is improper to use it to refer specifically to the Theater) is located on Piazza Ruggero Settimo (in its usually called Piazza Politeama) in the center of Palermo. The name comes from the Greek "πολι" (many) and "θέαοαμαι" (look, watch).”
  • Yerel halktan 56 kişi öneriyor
Museum
“This site is at only 20 min. from Trapani and it is included in all the itineraries of Sicily. Here lived the Elymians, one of oldest tribes of Sicily. The temple was not completed but it still looks great especially at night, when you can see it lit up. At the top of hill, you will find a beautiful theatre that hosts representation at summer.”
  • Yerel halktan 86 kişi öneriyor
Kilise
“Is the royal chapel of the Norman kings of Sicily situated on the first floor at the center of the Palazzo Reale”
  • Yerel halktan 80 kişi öneriyor
  • 2 Deneyim
Tarihi Alan
“The Greek Theatre of Taormina is the most fascinating historical monument of the “pearl of the Ionian Sea”. It is one of the world’s most popular tourist attractions, so that Johann Wolfgang Goethe in his famous “Journey to Italy” wrote: “No theater audience has never had such a sight in front of him.” The greek-Roman theater is divided into three parts: the scene, the orchestra and the auditorium. The scene, which is in front of the auditorium, is the place where the actors acted. According to the experts’ reconstruction, this part was decorated with two rows of columns, one facing the other. The scene has also three large arched openings at a symmetric distance one another, and six niches placed three on the right and three on the left of the central arch. On the scene there are the remains of six column bases and four Corinthian columns that were raised after 1860. The auditorium is formed by a series of steps starting from the bottom and climbing upward, spreading up to the summit, where spectators were seated. The orchestra is the lowest level of the whole theatre. This space was intended for musicians who played during the performance. Dug directly in the hard rock of Mount Tauro, in the third century BC, it could accommodate thousands of sitting spectators. It is known that the Greeks architects used to build their most important buildings as if Nature could be part of them. The natural scenery was integrated with the architecture of the theatre, like light and air insinuated between the columns of a greek temple.The theatre shape could allow a perfect listening from any area of the auditorium. In the late imperial period, the theatre was adapted for gladiatorial games. With the fall of the West then, everything came to a end. The marbles were removed and so the monumental columns. Only after the end of the war, some sections of the original construction were completed by a great work of restoration.”
  • Yerel halktan 69 kişi öneriyor