Sicily Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Sicily - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Palermo 13

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Catania 7

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Acireale 5

Enna 4

Mt. Etna 4

Trapani 3

Lipari 2

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Basilica di San Giorgio

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Designed by Rosario Gagliardi in 1738, the duomo is a fine example of Sicilian Baroque. ...

Catacomba di San Giovanni

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Not far from the Archaeological Park, off Viale Teocrito, the catacombs below the church of San Giovanni are one of the earliest-known...


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This church is a lesson in Palermitano eclecticism—originally Norman (1182), then Catalan Gothic (14th to 15th century), then fitted...

Cattedrale di Sant'Agata (Duomo)

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The Giovanni Vaccarini–designed facade of the cathedral dominates the Piazza del Duomo; composer Vincenzo Bellini is buried inside.

Chiesa del Purgatorio

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As home to one of the world's longest and most intensive Good Friday celebrations, the Procession of Mysteries, Trapani takes religion...


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The lovely cloister of the abbey adjacent to the Duomo was built at the same time as the church but enlarged in the 14th century. The...


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Monreale's splendid cathedral is lavishly executed with mosaics depicting events from the Old and New Testaments. It's a glorious fusion...


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Cefalù is dominated by a massive headland— la rocca —and a 12th-century Romanesque Duomo, which is one of the finest Norman cathedrals...


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Siracusa's Duomo is an archive of island history: the bottommost excavations have unearthed remnants of Sicily's distant past, when the...


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The reconstruction of Messina's Norman and Romanesque Duomo, originally built by the Norman king Roger II and consecrated in 1197, has...


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