If you’re unsure how much money you have to commit to your Sicily trip, maybe you wonder whether such a famed tourist destination is cheap or quite the opposite, we’ve got a guide for you that should be able to answer all of your questions, about the hotels, transport, car rentals, etc.
One of the questions we often get is ‘should we be afraid of the immigrants in Sicily’? You’re bound to hear quite a lot about ships illegally importing refugees to the Italian ports. How does Sicily fare? There’s no doubt about the abundance of mosquitoes, but is the immigrant situation equally bad? Well, we checked.
Sicily, and especially the southwestern part of Sicily, is filled with places that basically beg you to bathe in their waters, drift away for a while on the Mediterranean Sea. Is entering the water a safe way of spending your free time though? Many tourists are afraid, that there may be sharks in the Sicilian waters. How many are there actually? Are there any sharks in Sicily? If so, where do they appear and when did the last attack occur?
Thanks to very affordable flight prices, the Italian island is becoming more and more popular as a holiday destination. Which cities to see in Sicily? Which Sicilian cities have the best attractions and monuments? Here’s our list of the most beautiful places in Sicily.
Florence is a wondrous city, where one day is enough to fall in love with it, and one year will still leave you craving for more. It offers an abundance of places to discover, be it very atmospheric alleys, romantic inns, alluring bakeries, impressive monuments or breathtaking art galleries. If you’re planning on exploring a lot in Florence, and you’d like to save a few bucks while you’re at it, you can always get yourself a Firenze Card. But how much does it cost? Where can I get a Firenze Card? Is it worth it? Here’s our take on it.
Sicily, compared to the rest of Europe, is a country with an incredibly warm climate. But is it warm enough for a comfortable trip in the winter season? If you ever asked yourself, is it warm in Sicily in winter, does Palermo have good weather, is it worth it to go to Sicily in winter, or is there even snow there, we may have exactly the answers you’re looking for.
Recently, we had to clarify if Sicily’s an island. Today we’ll take a look at the Sicily’s infrastructure. Are there airports on Sicily? We went ahead and investigated, whether there are any airports, and if so are they international or just local. We also checked if there are any ad-hoc flights. Here’s all the info.
Although it may seem unrealistic, there are many who are unsure about Sicily’s nationality. Many even wonder if Sicily is an island. Well, in case you’re unsure yourself, we’ll answer all of those questions. Is Sicily a country? Is it an island? What’s the surface area of Sicily and how many people live there? Here we go.
In the minds of many sane people, there’s a stereotype saying that Sicily equals mafia. At the same time, the island’s growing more and more as a tourist destination. Before going to Sicily, a question often pops up – Is Sicily safe? Is there actually mafia on Sicily? What are the general dangers on Sicily and what should you be wary of?
When going to Italy, one may wonder – is tap water safe on the biggest island in Europe? Oftentimes, places with less than optimal water sourcing force people into buying bottled water. But how does Sicily fare? We asked Alessandra, a long time resident of Trapani and Palermo.