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Sicily – Not Just A Rock Off The Coast Of Italy

One of the most beautiful places to visit is the island of Sicily.  The modern-day capital of Sicily is Palermo, a busy town in the North West corner of the island. Nearly three thousand years, Palermo has some remarkable architectural treasures, including the nearby cathedral of Montreal, a large Norman cathedral which is an interesting mixture of Byzantine and Norman architecture. One can get to know about best small group tour Italy via https://savouritalytours.com/small-group-tours-italy/

One such site is the world's most famous religious, cathedral dates from the 12th century and is filled with stunning Byzantine-style mosaics.

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Palermo is easy to hire a boat and traveling either north to the Aeolian Islands and the Stromboli volcano, or west around the coast of Sicily itself.

On the west coast of the island port of Trapani is worth a visit, if only to see the hill town of Erice, which often disappears into the clouds. Like many cities, Sicily Erice appeared strange, interesting and medieval, but nothing could be further from the truth.

Erice, like most Ancient Island. Carthage, cruising in the Mediterranean is said to have used the beacons of the temple in Trapani, high on a mountain, to help them find their way.

All of Italy is famous for pasta and desserts, but here in Sicilian seafood pizza and pasta are the norm, with sea urchins became one of the local specialties.

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean and dominated on its eastern coast by the largest volcano in Europe, Mount Etna.