We had cooking class at this place and it was truly highlight of our stay in Scilly :-) Luca and Stefano really made our day!
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Had the worst pizza ever, worse than the worse frozen pizza. And had to pay a Standing charge for the privalige,
It's just a historic end/beginning of a street in a historic town; I feel funny even reviewing it. Not worth a special trip, it's just THERE.
A short visit is plenty to the gate but it frames the countryside and the surrounding hills- it gives you a sense of what it would have been like to leave or come into the city in ancient times.
If you happen to walk along Corso Umberto (as every tourist does) you will come across this gate - there doesn't appear to be anything special about it - it is old and historic though.
This famous arch site at eh end of the main street of this lovely town. It marks the end of the pedestrianised area and main shopping and restaurant area of the town
Gateway to the pedestrian area of Taormina on a busy street corner. Close to bus stops and tour companies and less than 5 minutes walk from the cable car.
We were on our first visit to Taormina and what better way to enter the centre of this beautiful village than through the Porta Messina? This impressive village gate dates back to the early 19th Century. It is an attractive structure and a prominent landmark...More
This is one of the entrances to the main part of the town. Worth to linger and admire the stonework and the views.