Porta Messina was originally named Porta Ferdinanda when opened by Ferdinand IV of Bourbon in 1808. The occasion is commemorated in the...
One of a number of agencies that organises day trips to Mt Etna (from €35), Syracuse (€45), Noto (€45), Palermo (€55) and Agrigento (€55).
Corso Umberto I
Taormina's chief delight is wandering this pedestrian-friendly, boutique-lined thoroughfare. Start at the Palazzo Corvaja (the tourist...
This so-svelte cocktail-lounge sports a new look each year, each concept inspired by Sicilian culture, artisans and landscape. It's the ...
Tiny Minotauro has an epic reputation for its calorific, made-from-scratch treats. Scan the counters for old-school tempters, from...
Largo Santa · interesting places nearby
Palazzo Corvaja information
Dating back to the 10th century, the crenellated, Arab-influenced Palazzo Corvaja houses the tourist office.