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Tour SicilyThe Rough Guide to Sicily - Edition 6 Tour Sicily. The Rough Guide to Sicily is the essential handbook to one of Europe's most alluring islands. The guide includes a full-colour section introducing the island's highlights from the Greek theatre at Taormina to the world-renowned Marsala wine. There are in-depth accounts of all these highlights along with the many others sights, attractions and activities on the island, from imposing temples to Norman Cathedrals and Baroque palaces. There are incisive reviews of the full range of accommodation and restaurants plus practical details on getting around. Accompanying each of the comprehensive descriptions of the resorts, outlying regions and major towns are invaluable maps and plans.

SicilySicily (Eyewitness Travel Guides) Tour Sicily. Your holiday starts here! From the beautiful beach of Taormina to the spectacular Mount Etna make sure you see it all with this essential guide to Sicily. Using the unique cutaway maps and 3D models explore the ruins of Agrigento and the splendour of La Martorana. Recommendations for the best bars and restaurants make a drink at Bar Vitelli a must for all Godfather fans.

In SicilyIn Sicily Tour Sicily. A loving profile of an extraordinary country, based on Lewis's sixty-year-long fascination with all things Sicilian Few places on earth can have escaped the singular eye of Norman Lewis. But always, in the course of his long career, he has come back to Sicily. From his first, wartime visit, to a land untouched since the Middle Ages, through his frequent returns, he has watched the island and its people as they have changed over the years. Lewis treats us to his observations on the Mafia. We benefit from his friendships with policemen, journalists and common people. Moreover, he writes beautifully of landscape and language, of his memories of his first father-in-law, professional gambler, descendant of princes and member of the Unione Siciliana, of Sicily's changing sexual mores, of the effects of African immigration, of Palermo and its ruined palaces, and of strange superstitions, of witches and bandits and murder.

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