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When it comes down to planning your day-to-day list of things to do, ShermansTravel experts have you covered. To make sure you get the most out of your vacation, we recommend the can't-miss museums and attractions, as well as the off-the-path activities and unique local experiences that will make your trip truly memorable.

Things to do in Sicily


In 2006, Catania emerged from several years of restoration. Buildings have been refurbished, the central Piazza del Duomo is now closed to traffic, and crime has been reduced. Every morning, the tourist board gives free city tours.

The Ionian Coast,
Tags: things to do | tour | city

Mt. Etna

This active volcano is one of the world’s largest. Walk across lava dunes and, when the lava isn’t too hot, climb near the central crater. Non-climbers can get close to the action by riding the Circumetnea railway (

The Ionian Coast,
Tags: hiking | things to do | outdoors | climbing

Museo Archeologico

Visit this museum for its rich collection of Greek artifacts dating as far back as prehistoric times. Finds include fossils, vases, statues, and the tomb of poet August von Platen.

Viale Teocrito 66, 011-39-0931-464-022
Tags: things to do | history

San Cataldo

This church dates from the 12th century Norman occupation of the island. It is built in an Arabic style with mosaic tiles and intricate artwork and has three red domes.

Kalsa, Piazza Bellini 3, 011-39-091-637-5622
Tags: things to do | architecture | history


The medieval, cliffside town of Taormina offers views of both Mt. Etna and the Ionian Sea from its cobblestone streets. In addition to a beach, visitors will also find a Greek theater and several 14th- and 15th-century palaces.

The Ionian Coast,
Tags: beach | family | things to do | culture | history

Teatro Massimo

Culture seekers can catch an opera or concert at Teatro Massimo.

Piazza G. Verdi, 011-39-091-605-3111,
Tags: theater | things to do | culture

The Valley of the Temples

Come to see the roughly half-dozen Greek temples here, including the Temple of Hercules, an eight-pillar structure from the 6th century, and the Temple of Concordia, one of the world’s best preserved temples.

Western Sicily,
Tags: things to do | history

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