etna eruption

New eruption of Mount Etna, whose spectacular activity has illuminated the Sicilian night between Thursday the 4th and Friday the 5th February 2021. No problem for the population: eruptions were planned and the volcanic activity has been limited to the summit craters.

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Are you planning a journey in Sicily? So of course, you need to know more about Sicilian local customs! Here we are for you! Giving you little tips for a holiday in Sicily!

Of course, there are many things to do and many things looking for, but I am sure you are also wondering little things as at what time the shops normally close? Or how the Sicilians drive? What about traffic? Will be English language enough to communicate or should I learn Sicilian? To answer these and more questions about the Sicilian local customs just follow us.

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The 5th of February we celebrate the feast of Sant’Agata in Catania. It’s the third most important religious feast in the world for the number of participants! In fact, it lasts for three entire days, starting in the evening of the 3rd of February and ending the 5th.

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If you believe, like us, that a very important aspect of a trip is the gastronomic experience, then you cannot miss reading this post about what to eat in Sicily.

The Mediterranean cuisine has always been one of the most renowned and popular in the world. Our island is famous for its culinary delights, and each of them has a story to tell.

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Hey guys, are you planning a short trip to Italy and you don’t know what to see in Sicily in 4 days?

Great! Here you have some suggestions for both Eastern or Western Sicily (Catania or Palermo airport).

Actually, 2021 has just started, but it’s never too early to dream about holidays!!

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Hello! I want to talk a little about myself…

Many of the tourists I accompany during my guided tours ask me how I became a guide, and why I chose this profession.
For many it seems strange that there is a job that can be done having fun, and that it does not even seem, to tell the truth, a real job…
So I questioned myself, I never really thought about it:

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