The tourist attractions of Reggio Calabria are close to each other, so you can easily approach it on foot. Piazza Garibaldi is a 3-meter-long marble statue of the 19th-century nation-building hero or an ancient Roman thermal bath. The city boasts a fantastic seafront promenade.
Sicily awaits the lovers of active and passive relaxation alike with many attractions. Every season: spring, summer, autumn, is perfect for driving around and exploring the "island of the Sun". Car rental is a great option for those who don’t arrive in the city with their own car; you can rent a car in Gela too, so the city can be a good starting point for exploring the southern coast of the island.
There are many historic buildings in the city, one of the districts, built in an Arabic style, is very attractive. The city has many points of interest: seaside, thermal bath, relics, churches, and a historic carnival. Sciacca is known from the ceramics and vases made there, and the many shops, coffee shops, and restaurants found in the city. Ceramics workshops, coral shaping shops and thermal baths await visitors of Sciacca. The fascinating town – which Fellini was also a fan of – has left behind a lot of cultural heritage during its long history...
The attractions of the city are the Dome, the Museo degli Arazzi Fiamminghi, the Palazzo Pretorio, and the San Pietro monastery. Walking along the coastal road you can find the Lilyybaei Sybille cave under San Giovanni. The cave is decorated with roman mosaics and murals. Because Marsala is so close to the Stagnone Nature Reserve, the island of Mothya and the city of Trapani.