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About the centre of Trapani

Trapani is blessed with a nice and baroque centre. You can not get lost in this town which is at a peninsula. The restaurants are spread all over town and most streets have a restaurant or bar. The longest street from east to west is the Corso Vittorio Emanuele where you can visit the wine tasting office of Tenute Adragna. This is in front of taverne Ai Lumi where you can have great T-bones for only € 18. Some good shopping streets are; via Garibardi and Via Torrearsa. In these treets you will find trendy fashion shops en some lounge bars.

If you like to visit the Egadi-Islands you can buy a ticket at Via Ammiraglio Staiti south of the peninsula. Most tourists take here a hydrofoil to Favignana which is the most popular island with nice sandy beaches and a small centre. Some bike rentals as you arrive and in the small town, easy to find.

  • The old town of Trapani is nice to go out and to do some sightseeing in town one or two days is sufficient.
  • For some small beaches you have to be at the north side of the peninsula. Go to the small beach in front of the Mura di Tramontana and from here to the west you will find a lido right of Piazza Mercato del Pesce.
  • At Via Torrearsa you can visit an information point where you can make reservations for cars to rent.