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Travel Blogs from Agrigento
... large and has many impressive buildings. Our hotel is **** (4 stars) and is right on a major square. From our window we can see a very impressive building which I think is a theatre. I am going on an optional tour tonight at 6.30, which is to a renouned seafood restaurant. No set menu this time as all guests are given the same. Wine and water ( for which we pay big time each night) are included so it should be good. Edie is not coming as she is ...
... turning west towards the town of Enna. Mt Etna was clearly visible today. No cloud, no sleet, just clear blue sky. At least we got to see the top even if we could not reach it. Near Enna we stopped at an Autogrille on the autostrada, which had a large selection of food, including salads, grilles and of course the usual paninis. Edie had a Magnum ice cream and she liked it so much she went back and bought a second one. This area of central Sicily is all ...
... ruins in 2.5 hours, but were disappointed to learn that our €10 admission fee did not include admission to the museum (as the guide book stated). That required a special €13 ticket that we had not purchased. We were told it was impossible to exchange the tickets we had bought and we would have to buy new tickets (at €8 each) if we wanted to enter the museum. We did our best to argue with the man selling tickets, as there were no ...
... Traffic congestion picked up as we approached the Agrigento/Porto Empedocle area. We decided to take advantage of the fact that it was late afternoon and stop at the tourism office in Agrigento. Aided by the metal caste street map we seem to find in each city, we charted a course that we hoped would get us to where we needed to go. A few minutes later we arrived at the tourism office. They were able to give us a map of ...
... Unesco world heritage site since 1998.
Along a long rocky scarp, chosen as the southern limit of the town, are still sited the great temples of ancient Akragas: the Temple of Hera (Juno) Lacinia,Concordia, Heracles (Hercules), Olympian Zeus (Jupiter), Castor and Pollux (Dioscuri) and Hephaistos (Vulcan). Further down, on the bank of the Akragas river, near a medical ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed