Neighborhoods in Sicily

Top Neighborhoods in Sicily, Italy

Neighborhoods in Sicily

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  • LoafJugThouTree
    Shepherdstown, WV641 contributions
    Our VROB overlooked the coastline. The deck was small, but large enough for two chairs , a small table, a bottle of vino and two glasses . . . if you get my point.
    Written November 7, 2021
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  • Rosario_it
    Belgium1,826 contributions
    This popular area of Palermo become more and more frequented by tourists and there are some good attractions and one of the best markets of Palermo (and Sicily)
    Written August 6, 2019
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  • Sue A
    Tiptree, England, United Kingdom171 contributions
    Just the place for a quite holiday, but well located for trips out. Benefits from a mini-market and visiting vendors for those self-catering. A couple of really good scenic restaurants. Friendly people and a lot of trouble has been taken to make the place attractive with lots of pots of flowers.
    Written October 8, 2019
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  • despoina
    Chios17 contributions
    A small village at the entrance of the Madonie. We were impressed by its beauty and the simplicity and authenticity of its people. People there don't care about your wallet but after...checking you out , you are part of a family.
    Written July 23, 2019
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  • bombaybeauty
    New York City, NY240 contributions
    Great charm in these austere Sicilian interior towns. Compact pedestrian center. Not much to see, but atmospheric. And you can always find a decent coffee or bite to eat.
    Written February 6, 2020
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  • Citrus-Farmer
    Turkey457 contributions
    One of those spelndid local churches that make Sicily special. Worth a visit if staying in or passing through Zafferana.
    Written July 1, 2016
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  • GiKos
    Palermo, Italy2,200 contributions
    Heart of Ballarò, this area of ​​the ancient city preserves flavors, customs and traditions of the past. Narrow alleys and small squares with an oriental scent, close to the historic food market of Ballarò, will seem to be in an Arab country for the multi-ethnic presence of the people and for the characteristic flavors that you can taste in many gastronomic places, in a mixture of cuisine Mediterranean, African and Asian
    Written January 16, 2019
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  • GilesP
    Flint, UK316 contributions
    We visited on a Sunday, when there was a large and lively street market flowing over two of the streets up to the old town. Most stalls had cheap footwear and household goods, with relatively little in the way of food stalls, but we found some excellent bargains amongst the wallets and children's clothing - don't forget to barter! Glorious views of the Parco dello Madonie, but beware driving down the maze of winding streets as many are almost too narrow for a small car, even with the wing mirrors folded in!
    Written September 26, 2018
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  • saul g
    Tel Aviv, Israel1,088 contributions
    Yes there was a Jewish quarter in Palermo . Only few remains can be observed. It's not a must , only if you are interested in the history . You can get a small map and some explanation in the tourist information office at Piazza Bellini .
    We have enjoyed the easy stroll .
    Written May 7, 2017
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  • CL-XXIX
    Brittany, France369 contributions
    In a popular neighborhood full of stories, which does not have a very good reputation, in rehabilitation project. An enclave, relaxation area, has been set up around a bar, open in the evening. Wall frescoes, plant compositions, benches and various decorative accessories bring their cachets.
    Written March 7, 2020
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