Travel Blogs from Agrigento, Italy

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Villa del Casale  and Agrigento, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy travel blog

Villa del Casale and Agrigento

A travel blog entry by debjo

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... rather than the main ingredient. A walk along the beach yielded great views and lots of sea shells. Then we were off to Agrigento. Our guide spoke perfect English and he was quite animated. It was interesting to watch and listen to him talk about the ...

Greek Temples, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Greek Temples

A travel blog entry by dawn.meiklejohn

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Visited Ragusa, Marina de Ragusa and drove through miles of tomatoe farms along the Mediterranean. The tomatoes are grown in greenhouses football fields long made of two by fours and plastic sheeting. Then we drove through miles of grape vines before ...

Temples, salt rocks, & dinner with a kitty cat, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Temples, salt rocks, & dinner with a kitty cat

A travel blog entry by lindalequesne

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... we'd like to have a mud bath, but discovered that they're closed on Mondays!  Just our luck!   We arrived in Agrigento, 150 km from Trapani, by 4:00 and checked into the Dioscuri Bay Palace (#248).  It isn't really a palace, but ...

Checking out the ruins, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Checking out the ruins

A travel blog entry by jcastellan

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Jess, Andy and I worked out which bus to catch to get to these ruins. We spent hours here wandering ...

Agrigento: a tale of two Cheeses, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agrigento: a tale of two Cheeses

A travel blog entry by shiandgabe

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... and the sea. At night the temples are lit making this view even more enjoyable. We had a number of new food experiences in Agrigento: 1. We don't like smoked Buffalo mozzarella. To date this is the only cheese we do not like. We are also surprised by ...

Running through ruins at 900 degrees, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Running through ruins at 900 degrees

A travel blog entry by apeoffools

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Today was hot - hot and even hotter and jumping around in the valley of the temples!!! ...

Agrigentian Fever, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agrigentian Fever

A travel blog entry by ilari

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05-08022011 ..ja nyt haisee vahvasti mafialle.. Tervetuloa Agrigentoon - Sicilian ensimmäiseen turistikohteeseen jossa nykyään rikollinen raha rakentaa moderneja kerrostaloja muinaisten raunioiden päälle. Agrigenton agressiiviset mafiaperheet ...

Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agrigento

A travel blog entry by msu

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Today was absolutely fantastic of the highest order. We were at Agriganto (I still don't think that I am spelling that right) and visited the Valley of the Temples. Three wonderfully preserved Greek ruins overlooked the Mediterranean Sea in a rusted ...

Agrigento's Greek Temples, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agrigento's Greek Temples

A travel blog entry by ambough

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... Greek temples of Agrigento, built around 500 BC, and the town of Caltagirone, a major center for Italian ceramic-making. Agrigento did not disappoint. It was cool & windy, with a bright blue sky. Fantastic sunny Mediterranean weather for ...

Seeing Some More Churches, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Seeing Some More Churches

A travel blog entry by jcastellan

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On the road- Agrigento, and Valley of the Temples, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

On the road- Agrigento, and Valley of the Temples

A travel blog entry by thomasgillam

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... . It was built in 600 BC and is spread along a long ridge line situated in the center of a beautiful valley.The town of Agrigento looks down on the Valley of Temples from a hilltop nearby. I was impressed with the size of the column elements. They were ...

Agriganto, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agriganto

A travel blog entry by msu

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... our way to Agrigento.  I really enjoyed getting to see lush hills that rolled into jutting mountains.  We arrived in Agrigento to several Greek temples resting high above the city on a hill called hill of the temples.  They are beautifully ...

Agrigento - Italy, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agrigento - Italy

A travel blog entry by roamingmonk

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... is written 6 months later, so we may have forgotten some bits!) Further west along the coast are the speactacular ruins at Agrigento, a line of huge Greek temples on the edge of a cliff ridge overlooking the sea.  They still look very imposing now, ...

Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agrigento

A travel blog entry by lizallen

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Agrigento is full of Greek temples. A wonderful valley to explore with temples silhouetted against the sky. Worth a day here with a guide unless you are well up on Greek ...

Paradise at Villa San Marco, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Paradise at Villa San Marco

A travel blog entry by bradentaylor84

... in, in Agrigento is called Villa San Marco and it is right in the middle of the Valley of Temples, the reason fro coming to Agrigento.  only problem is it can only be reached by car.  luckily, the info lady at the train station helped us ...

Valley of Temples, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Valley of Temples

A travel blog entry by maryandjeff

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... still full and lots of the tables had young children.  The southern habit of eating late is still alive and well. Agrigento is a coastal town located high up on a hillside overlooking the Mediterranean.  First colonized by Greeks around 600 BC, ...

Agrigrento - Temples, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agrigrento - Temples

A travel blog entry by jpsdrivesfast

I got up at 7:30am to leave for the bus station at 9am. The bus left for Agigrento at 9:30. I got to the area at 9:15, but i had no clue where the bus station i had to take. There are many bus companies and i was trying to find the right bus company. I ...

Down to Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Down to Agrigento

A travel blog entry by jennacalee

Having spent around 4hrs in Cefalu, we headed off to Agrigento in the South of the island. From Cefalu it was just under 2hrs drive away so i put my chair back and soaked up the rays  :o) We made it to the historical site and it was ...

Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agrigento

A travel blog entry by timgavin

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Selinunte et Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Selinunte et Agrigento

A travel blog entry by fatofi

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... 'ce à Anna qui met dans sa poche tout le monde !). Dernière visite de la journée : la vallée des temples à Agrigento. Presque arrivées, Anna s´arrête pour demander son chemin. La discussion s´éternise et Anna à l´air de s´énerver. ...

The Valley of the Temples, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

The Valley of the Temples

A travel blog entry by arniephillips

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... there was some evidence of more Greek origins (pharmacies, for example, are signed 'pharmacia' in Italy, 'farmacia' in Palermo, but were 'apotekaria' in Agrigento)...or maybe they're just messing with the tourists? Whilst the city was relatively easy to ...

route vers Agrigente, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

route vers Agrigente

A travel blog entry by ludomillou

Quelques suggestions : Pas de note car pas de réelle visite. hôtel correct, restaurant très bien ! Et surtout bien placé ! (20minutes à pied de la vallée des Temples, 3 minutes en voiture) Petite description : 1 demie journée. soleil - ...

Viste d'Agrigente, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Viste d'Agrigente

A travel blog entry by ludomillou

Quelques suggestions : Note globale : 8/10 De l'hôtel Akragas (Pas le meilleur hôtel... mais accueil sympa, resto très bon), il est possible de venir à pied (entre 15 et 30 minutes). La route n'est pas agréable, mais la vue sur la vallée est pas ...

Temples, huge statues, gardens, pizza, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Temples, huge statues, gardens, pizza

A travel blog entry by juneauwoman

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... is lots of stuff excavated from the temples so brings them to life. One type of item I'd not see before was bronze helmets. I find Agrigento be be a clean town and I give it points for having two public bathrooms. I also find a toilet in the cathedral. ...

Valley of the Temples at Dusk & Weddings, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Valley of the Temples at Dusk & Weddings

A travel blog entry by juneauwoman

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... and then the door opens on the other side. We take bus 122 to the central station and get the 12.38pm train to Agrigento. (population 56,000 ). We are heading south to the other side of Sicily. We bought our ticket at the biglietteria (ticket office) ...

Florence, Rome, Salerno, Catania and Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Florence, Rome, Salerno, Catania and Agrigento

A travel blog entry by aprovo10

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... a little lazy. We've since spent a week in Florence, one in Rome, five nights in Salerno, 3 in Catania (Sicily), and 1 in Agrigento. We've done heaps that we cant be bothered remembering just now, let alone writing about, and it'd probably bore you ...

Salt Mills, Wine, and Temples, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Salt Mills, Wine, and Temples

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll

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... of Segesta and the Doric temple built in the 5th century.Next we drove to see an active salt mill where we visited a winery and had lunch.  We continued south to Agrigento and the Hotel Colleverde.  I could see the temples illuminated at ...

Aggravated in Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Aggravated in Agrigento

A travel blog entry by pwong

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... and Sheree ran off to take that one, instead. Jill and I went to Catania (her to the airport and me to transfer for Agrigento). Grabbed a slice of pizza and a cheese and ham bun. I need to start cutting back and detox - too much good food ...

My wonderful night in Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

My wonderful night in Agrigento

A travel blog entry by 656739022

Very nice and confortable place to stay and ...

Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy travel blog

Agrigento

A travel blog entry by amar123

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visita alla Valle dei ...

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