Sicily Tours

Much of Sicily’s reputation comes from its vibrant personality. Boasting a spirited culture all its own, this Mediterranean island features breathtaking views and one-of-a-kind architecture. From exploring the scenic coast of Taormina to ancient Greek ruins, traveling in Sicily will open your eyes to the island’s unique traditions and sense of self.


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Tips for Sicily travel

Bring comfortable footwear

Much of Sicily can be accessed on foot, so make sure that a pair of comfortable shoes makes it into your suitcase.

Slow down

The beauty of Sicily is the slower pace of life, and with all of the incredible landscapes that surround you, you’ll want to take some time to appreciate it.

Practice your Italian

English can be harder to find in the small villages of Sicily. By knowing a few key phrases in Italian (and greeting everyone with a smile), you’ll be able to better connect with the locals.

Tips for Sicily travel

Bring comfortable footwear

Much of Sicily can be accessed on foot, so make sure that a pair of comfortable shoes makes it into your suitcase.

Slow down

The beauty of Sicily is the slower pace of life, and with all of the incredible landscapes that surround you, you’ll want to take some time to appreciate it.

Practice your Italian

English can be harder to find in the small villages of Sicily. By knowing a few key phrases in Italian (and greeting everyone with a smile), you’ll be able to better connect with the locals.

Must-dos on your Sicily tour

There are a number of eye-opening things to do in Sicily, each offering a new perspective of this proud and magnificent island.

Get gelato in Palermo

Gelato was first created in this Sicilian city, so don’t pass up a cup of this cold, creamy treat.

Check out the local markets

To load up on fresh fare (perfect for an afternoon snack), head to Palermo’s Ballaró market.

Go on a cliff walk

Home to stunning landscapes, a walk around these cliffs is a must. For those feeling extra brave, cliff diving is an adrenaline-filled adventure.

Visit Mount Etna

The largest and highest active volcano in Europe, the views at the top—11,000 feet up—are well worth the stop.

 
 
 

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