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Trapani : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Museum
“ A 10 minuti a piedi dall'appartamento. At 10 minutes by walk from the apartment.”
32 habitants locaux recommandent
Scenic Lookout
“Museo collocato sull'estrema punta occidentale della Sicilia. Panorama mozzafiato tra il Mar Tirreno e il Mar Mediterraneo. https://www.wikiwand.com/it/Torre_di_Ligny”
32 habitants locaux recommandent
Pizzeria
$$
“Via Nunzio Nasi Meilleure Pizza de la ville à emporter ou à manger sur place à proximité de l'appartement. Personnellement concernant le décor ce n'est pas mon truc je préfère à emporter”
31 habitants locaux recommandent
Église
“It is the most important church of the town and it hosts some important paintings such as Van Dyck and one attributed to Caravaggio.”
17 habitants locaux recommandent
Museum
“Along the coast between Trapani e Marsala lies this evocative landscape of saline (shallow salt pools) and decommissioned mulini ( windmills). The salt from these marshes is considered Italy's finest and has been big business for centuries; today, only a cottage industry remains providing for Italy's more descerning dinner tables. The best time to visit is summer, when the sun turns the saltpans rosy pink and makes the salt heaps shimmer. In winter, the heaps – covered with tiles and plastic tarpaulins to keep out the rain – are considerably less picturesque. The most attractive stretches of coast are protected within two wetland preserves: Riserva Naturale Saline Trapani e Paceco to the north near Trapani and Riserva Naturale dello Stagnone to the south near Marsala. The latter encompasses San Pantaleo island – home to the noted archaeologiacal site of Mozia – and the larger Isola Lunga, which protects the shallow waters of Stagnone lagoon.”
14 habitants locaux recommandent
Route
“sulla via fardella potete trovare dai supermercati alle boutique agli uffici postali ai mini market, bar, ecc. ecc.”
9 habitants locaux recommandent
Bateau ou ferry
“Girare le isole egadi è tra le.cose piu belle da fare se si ha la possibilità di soggiornare nel trapanese. Viste mozzafiato panorami indimenticabili. Centro bellissimo. Consiglio vivamente di visitarle tutte e tre. (Levanzo, marettimo e favignana)”
10 habitants locaux recommandent
Route
“Principale arteria della città storica è caratterizzata da eleganti palazzetti settecenteschi. Al suo inizio si nota l'arioso prospetto a tre ordini, ornato di statue e colonne, del palazzo Senatorio, architettura barocca eretta nel 1699-1701; accanto è la torre dell'Orologio (sec. XII), una delle cinque raffigurate nello stemma della città; più avanti, a destra, è la chiesa del Collegio, iniziata nel 1636, con a lato il barocco ex collegio dei Gesuiti. Proseguendo lungo il corso si raggiunge la Cattedrale, innalzata nel 1635, e la chiesa del Purgatorio, dove sono custoditi i «Misteri», venti gruppi lignei settecenteschi portati in processione il Venerdì santo.”
10 habitants locaux recommandent
Route
“in this road you ll find the bus stop for buses from/to Palermo, Trapani's airport, Palermo's airport and nearby towns but also the ferry and hydrofoils port to the Egadi Islands and all the main car rentals. 5 mins walking from our apt. ”
12 habitants locaux recommandent
Autres grands espaces
“Here you can get the cable way to go to Erice and from there you can see al the view of Trapani, and Erice is a Suggestive Medieval city, I suggest to bring a jacket, becouse there is always cold ”
17 habitants locaux recommandent
Locality
“Hugging the harbour where Peter of Aragon landed in 1282 to being the Spanish occupation of Sicily, the sickle-shaped spit of land occupied by Trapani's old town once sat at the heart of a powerful trading network that stretched from Carthage to Venice. Traditionally the town thrived on coral and tuna fishing, with some salt and wine production. These days, Trapani's port buzzes with ferry traffic to the Egadi Islands and Pantelleria, and the adjacent historic centre is a popular place to stroll, for both locals and travellers awaiting their next boat. Although the narrow network of streets in Trapani's historic centre is Moorish, the city take most of its character from the fabulous 17th and 18th century baroque of the Spanish period. Prime examples include the Cattedrale di San Lorenzo on pedestrianised Corso Vittorio Emanuele, and the striking Palazzo Senatorio, at the eastern end of the same street, along with the Palazzo Riccio di Morana and Palazzo della Fontana on nearby Via Garibaldi. The best time to explore this area is in the early evening, when the passeggiata is in full swing.”
61 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant
“Best compromise between quality, service, and price. Few tables available (eleven/11). Often fully booked. It needs to be reserved. ”
10 habitants locaux recommandent
Route
“Nel periodo estivo, il centro storico di Trapani si riempie di musica, movida e intrattenimenti, dove svolgere una piacevole serata in compagnia di un ottimo vino da degustare in un calice.”
7 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“Near the apartment (5 mins walk) you can find Villa Margherita, an old and beautiful botanical garden (free admission) with playground for children and little zoo where you can feed rabbits and swans.”
10 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant de fruits de mer
$$$
“Are you looking for a gourmet restaurant? Wrong place. Amazing food, no frills. Try the appetizer of the house, pasta & fried fish. Low budget but top food.”
10 habitants locaux recommandent
Boulangerie
“The master chef of Lemon Granita. This is the most famous in town. Cannolo made in Trapani must be eaten only in Trapani.”
16 habitants locaux recommandent