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By: Mouli
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Agrigento

Home Agrigento Agrigento is a hillside town on the southwestern shores of Sicily and its heady mix of ancient archeology, natural Mediterranean landscape and modern energy is hard to beat. The town’s claim to fame is the UNESCO World Heritage ruins of the ancient Greek city of Akragas in the Valley of the Temples.

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By: Mouli
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Cefalù

Cefalù, like much of Sicily’s resort towns, is a treat to visit with its lovely sandy beaches hugging the Mediterranean coast and the craggy mountains in the background. This ancient island region was on the trade route of countless kingdoms, right from the Greeks and Phoenicians to the Arab Moors and Normans, which left their […]

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By: Mouli
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Ragusa

Ragusa, a lovely hill town in Sicily, has two distinct characters. While Ragusa Ibla is the historic old town with its plethora of baroque architecture, winding hillside streets and grand central plaza, Ragusa Superiore is its modern urban avatar with museums and malls.

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By: Mouli
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Catania

Catania sits nestled at the foot of Mount Etna, Sicily’s famous active volcanic peak, on the eastern coast of Italy’s largest Mediterranean island. This little Sicilian town will warm your heart with its lovely sights and delicious food and wine, especially its seafood.

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Taormina

Taormina is a spectacular combination of natural and ancient Grecian splendor. This ancient Sicilian town sits prettily atop a picturesque hill by the Mediterranean shore, overlooking the active volcanic mountain of Mount Etna.

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Palermo

Palermo, the largest city on the island of Sicily, has stood the test of time since the ancient ages, straddling the cultures of the Occident as well as the Orient. Don’t be surprised if you sight Gothic chapels lined with swaying date palm trees, or if you come up against ancient architecture sporting Islamic domes […]

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Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre is a picturesque cluster of five medieval fishing villages perched atop jagged coastal cliffs lining the Italian Riviera. This UNESCO World Heritage site is like an Impressionist painting – a blur of colors and textures of tiled roof homes, velvety vineyards and sunny terraces overlooking fishing boats, busy harbors and a cerulean sea […]

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Assorted Spanish food set Paella seafood platters, grilled seafood
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Simply Spain

Discover Spain’s three major highlights on this classic tour! Beginning in the capital city of Madrid, take in an eclectic blend of tradition and modernity as you explore the city on a guided tour and visit its world-famous museums.

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Beautiful woman dancing flamenco near the fountain
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Best of Spain: Flavors, Flamenco and Fiestas

Discover the highlights of Spain on this private tour. Beginning in cosmopolitan Barcelona, delve deep into Catalan art and culture with a personalized visit to landmarks by Antoni Gaudi such as La Sagrada Familia and Parc Guell.

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Sagrada familia and panorama view of barcelona city at dusk ,Spain
By: Mouli
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Grand Tour of Spain

Take an epic journey through the diverse landscapes and vibrant cities of Spain with this private tour. Discover the most popular tourist destinations in the country on personalized, guided tours – from Antoni Gaudi’s best works in Barcelona to Moorish palaces and gardens in Andalucia and the stunning Guggenheim in Bilbao.

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Plaza de Espana, Sevilla, Spain
By: Mouli
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Andalucia’s Golden Triangle

Delve into the unique charms of Andalucia – from its clifftop cities in the Sierra Nevada to its gastronomy, flamencos and fiestas! Begin your tour in Madrid, sampling the culinary gems of the city as you hop across popular eateries with a local food expert.

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Flavors of Spain

Eat your way through Spain on this personalized culinary tour! Beginning in Barcelona, learn the art of traditional Spanish cooking from an expert chef and then set off on the wine trail of Penedes for some delicious Cava.

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