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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...More
Incredible, small hill town in the Madonie mountains. Watching the clouds roll into Piazza Santissima Trinità is one of the most amazing things you can experience. A few good restaurants and some of the nicest people you'll ever meet. Best of all VERY few tourists!
An interesting city, suitable for tourists. Maybe due to the fact that we arrived at lunchtime and was warm, we saw only very few tourists. An old, extremely quiet town with a panoramic view of the mountains. Unfortunately, many shops closed at that time. Honestly,...More
There were no other easily identifiable tourists. This old town is quite beautiful with views around. I was disappointed that the churches were locked the day I visited. I did get quite lost. (Remember where you park your car-- I recommend right at the beginning...More