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After a brief neighborhood orientation, you are free to wander through Catania's famous fish market, admire the Baroque architecture of the grand Piazza del Duomo, or enjoy people-watching in one of the city's many cafés. It's a breeze to reach Catania's airport by taxi or shuttle bus.We'll gather together tonight to say Sleep in Catania. Your guide will help you with any post-tour planning, leaving you well prepared for the road ahead. It's a place with a complex and rich history which Alfio enthusiastically shared.Any way you slice it, you'll have a ringside seat to savor (the sweetness of doing nothing), Sicilian style. We're off to Catania, nestled at the foot of Mount Etna, where this morning we'll tour the Museum of the WWII 1943 Landings in Sicily (Museo dello Sbarco).This evening we'll meet up for a Sicilian pizza-making demonstration followed by dinner together. We'll learn how, nearly a year before D-Day, Allied troops found themselves fighting against — and at the same time liberating — their Italian adversaries. Breakfast is provided, but there are no group activities today.You'll be free to spend the rest of your day exploring the seaside town of Trapani. We'll focus on Agrigento's "Valley of the Temples" — the largest, best-preserved collection of ancient Greek buildings outside of Greece itself. The Romans also colonized Sicily, which we'll learn about at today's first destination, the Villa Romana del Casale. This morning we'll learn more about Ortygia and take a closer look at this small fishing island.Find that perfect terrace, savor your favorite , and watch the sun slowly dip into the sea. This afternoon we'll head to our tranquil countryside hotel. Here we'll spend much of our morning surrounded by the world's most rich and colorful collection of Roman mosaics — including the time-bending "bikini girls" mosaic, discovered less than 60 years ago. We'll explore the local market, stroll through centuries in the Cathedral of Syracuse, and marvel at the masterpiece of the Piazza del Duomo.
This evening, join in the local to feel the pulse of Sicilian culture, then find the ideal people-watching spot to enjoy your gelato and dinner on your own. Wander through its elegant gardens, posh cafés, and shops, ride a cable car down to the beach, or explore the nearby mountain-top village of Castelmola.Then we'll continue to the enchanting medieval mountaintop town of Erice.Believed by Romans to be the home of Venus, Erice eventually evolved into a center for Christian convents and home to heavenly pastries (which we'll learn about and taste). Today we'll drive down to the Trapani "salt pans" — a coastal wetland and nature reserve where sea salt has been harvested for nearly 3,000 years.That they are so beautifully preserved is incredible!" This was my first Rick Steve's tour and it exceeded my expectations in every way.