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Castroreale (Royal Fortress) is a small hill town south of Milazzo in the province of Messina. While dating back to prehistoric times under Arab rule, the town also included a strong Guidecca (Jewish community) during medieval times. Today its many churches have impressive art works, and its elevated setting provides many magnificent views. Upon arrival,…
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Catania, the second largest city in Sicily, was founded by the Greeks in the late 8th Century BCE and later became a prominent Roman colony. Today the city’s historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its impressive Baroque architecture. We begin our walking tour in the Piazza del Duomo and admire the…
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Cefalù, located on the northern coast of Sicily on the Tyrrhenian Sea, is a popular site with its fascinating history, lovely beaches, picturesque harbor, and waterfront restaurants serving delicious, fresh seafood. We will begin our walking tour in Cefalù's medieval centro storico (historic centre). First, we will visit the Duomo (if open), built by the…
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“The Godfather” Footprints

We begin our tour with a scenic drive to Savoca, considered one of the most attractive towns near Taormina. After arrival, we will walk to the Bar Vitelli, which has a gorgeous terrace with a collection of photographs taken when Francis Ford Coppola filmed some scenes for The Godfather I. After free time for a…
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