Borgo Storico Erice

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4.5
156 ulasan
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110
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36
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3

Ana L
Navan, Irlandia2.701 kontribusi
Sep 2020
A stroll through Erice is a pleasant one, specially if you go off season. Explore the alleys and the churches and enjoy this beautiful medieval town. There is a combined ticket that allows you to enter 5 or 6 different sites for 10 eur only.
Ditulis pada 14 Oktober 2020
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Leto's Vegan Notes
Palermo, Italia91 kontribusi
Mar 2020
It's always a pleasure to walk in the romantic center of Erice, often wrapped in a cloud, even during summer. There are many little shop and restaurants and ancient monuments in a magic and welcoming atmosphere.
Ditulis pada 12 Juli 2020
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Dan M
Tel Aviv, Israel14.577 kontribusi
Sep 2019
After having visited so many special "hanged" villages in Tuscany, Sicily, or Provence, like Gordes or Les Beaux de Provence, where the dominant color is on the reddish shades, this village offers a surprising Grey dominant color.
It is not as appealing nor beautiful as the other similar places,
It is actually quite surprising and somehow disappointing.
Yes the streets are narrow, beautiful with their stones and old buildings, but if I'd dare compare with food, the texture is there but no the flavor.
However, the landscapes are really beautiful and even stunning.
This is if you are lucky enough to have a good weather: no mist, no clouds, no fog.
So I would definitely recommend this place, and hence my 5* rating, but make sure to check the nesxt day weather before driving there.
Ditulis pada 24 Maret 2020
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Sally62
Northampton, UK4.576 kontribusi
Sep 2019
Perched on a rock 800 metres above sea-level, this little town is a must-see place. We were staying for two nights and there was so much to see and lovely places to eat. Founded by the Elymians then occupied by Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs and Normans over time due to it's strategic site with views over the Bay of Trapani and the plains and coast to the east.
It is basically a triangular shape and there are so many little streets and alleyways to wander around and churches to visit - all worth looking at in their own way. Get a combined ticket that you allows you entry into all that you have to pay to visit to save you money. It is famous for its pastries and there are quite a few little pastry shops still run by people who lived in the old convents and orphanages and learnt to make them as children.
The Castle of Venus is also worth visiting - there are amazing views of the surrounding countryside from there.
Due to it's location, the town can become lost in the mist so do check the weather forecast if you are just going for a day.
You can't drive into the town but there is a car park by Porta Trapani, Porta Carmine and Porta Spada. If you are staying in Trapani you can get the cable car up the hillside - about a 12 minute ride and there is a large car park by the station in Trapani.
We absolutely loved our stay here and would recommend a visit. We visited in September and there were quite a few tourists during the morning and early afternoon but most people seem to come up for the day from Trapani so it's really quiet in the evenings. The pedestrian roads can be quite slippery in the warm sunshine so do wear sensible shoes.
Ditulis pada 29 Januari 2020
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Oliver S
New York City, NY11.073 kontribusi
Okt 2019
The huge Norman Castello di Venere completely dominates the valley. We found a local horse carriage, all painted in picturesque colors, parked at the top, where the most beautiful views are afforded. It was complete with a local driver playing his accordion and singing, touristy but lovely! The castle was built on the ruins of a pagan Temple of Venus. Entering the old quarter through the Porta Trapani, we took a long walk on Corsto Vittorio Emanuele, all lined up with shops and cafes. It's all pedestrian zone only, so you have to leave the car, but the walk is very pleasant. Don't miss Pasticeria Maria Grammatico, a former nun turned Chef, and her sweet Genovese pastries.
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Ditulis pada 26 Oktober 2019
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John W
Shrewsbury, UK429 kontribusi
Sep 2019
A fascinating medieval village - certainly NOT a town or city. It is perched some 750 metres above Trapani and can be reached by car - up a steep & winding road - or by the efficient and cheap funierice cable car that holds around 8 people per car and costs only a few euros for the return 8 minute trip.
The village consists mostly of mellow creamy stone buildings that include a lovely church and cathedral, many eateries and a sprinkling of tourist shops. The streets are narrow, cobbled and sometimes steep: many are pedestrianized and it's quite difficult to find your way around...especially when low clouds smother the village - reducing visibility and temperatures. Apparently this happens a good deal and it certainly prevented us from any great views of the countryside & coast below!
We walked from the port into Trapani and then caught an ATM bus to the cable car. We enjoyed our morning but cut the tour because of the cold and lack of visibility at the top of Erice...don't say you haven't been warned.
Ditulis pada 5 Oktober 2019
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efekete2018
Dunakeszi, Hongaria49 kontribusi
Sep 2019
I found this place on internet before we visited Sicily. When we got there we realized that this is a huge place full of castles and towers and wonderfully amazing views. We drove up by rental car, many U turns, beautiful view. Must be seen!
Ditulis pada 3 Oktober 2019
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Hentonn
Warsawa, Polandia1.729 kontribusi
Agt 2019
Medieval Erice is located on top of Mount Erice, at around 750 metres above sea level and you can have the most beautiful view in Sicily. The panorama is simply breathtaking. You can find there three city gates and walls around the city probably made by Elimi. After the passing of the gate you reach the medieval streets with the churches, shops, restaranuts, old castel. The concept of the city as a museum. The most interesting building is cathedral with genial marble work of Giuliano Mancino in the main altar made in 1513 and decorated vaulted ceiling from the 19th century. Must visit when you are in the western part of Sicily.
Ditulis pada 20 September 2019
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Simon-DNK
Copenhagen Region, Denmark200 kontribusi
Jul 2019 • Keluarga
Borgo Storico Erice
If you are into historical buildings and happens to be in the Trapani area, going to Borgo Storico Erice is a must. It can be enjoyed for free or if you want to enter some of the historical buildings (primarily churches) you can buy a pass at the main entrance.

Because of the height, the temperature is always cooler then at sea level and it can be quiet chilly off season (and cloudy). However in JUL-AUG the lower temperature makes it an ideal place to visit during the day.

You can buy a variety of food and beverages at normal Trapani prices, so you will not need to bring anything during the high season.

Going there by cable car (Funierice Service) will enhance the experience as the tour provides a fantastic view of the Trapani area.

Do not expect action, but enjoy the magnificent view and a walk through the beautiful maze of a medieval town.

Ditulis pada 20 Juli 2019
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strategic2
Suffolk, VA429 kontribusi
Sep 2018 • Pasangan
We drove to the top of Erice one evening. Narrow winding road with fast drivers coming in opposite direction. Makes the Amalfi coast look like the NJ Turnpike! My husband drove like a champ as I kept yelling slower!. Next trip up we took the Funivia which was better but still terrifying as it swings and then stops and you do not know when it will start or if there is a problem! Still worth the trip no matter how you get there. Ristorante San Guiliano at top had great lamb chops!!
Ditulis pada 28 Oktober 2018
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