About Trapani, Sicily
The province of Trapani is extremely varied in its cultural and historical trappings. The influence of Italy, mainland Europe, and the Arab world.are present in the architecture and culture, and is especially noticable in the city's town centre. Be sure to visit the Ligny Tower, which dates back to 1761 and houses the Museum of PrehistoryVisit the Pepoli Museum, located within the Carmelite Monastery, for an interesting collection of coral works, which are Trapani's second most-famous feature, after the region's famed wine.
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It's a shame Viking chose this random city over the better known Palermo. Why they did it, I have no idea, maybe bc it's cheaper? Big disappointment.
Visited: Feb 01, 2018
Next to Rome this was by far our favorite excursion. We had no idea what to expect from Pompeii- our guide was a local and was very well versed on the history and current city information. We took a bus to this indescribable place. The tour of Pompeii was enlightening, informative, and beautiful. We had time after the tour to hang out in the small town and enjoy the best pizza in the world. ( We tried pizza in every Italian city and by far Napoleon Pizza wins hands down- the secret is the tomatoes grown in the volcanic soil of Mt. Vesuvius)
Visited: Feb 15, 2018
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