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Trapani, on the northwestern tip of the Sicilian coast, is sometimes referred to as the city on the two seas: it sits, beautifully majestic, astride the Mediterranean and the Tyrrenian. The city is one of the wealthiest cities in Sicily, offering everything from foodie delights to high-end shopping, outstanding Baroque art and architecture. So if you are curious to discover this Sicilian gem, why not trust accommodation booking specialist, On you can browse through a large database of local Trapani hotels at your own convenience, selecting only those that meet your requirements. Then view up-to-date photos of all available rooms and sort out results by price, location and room type.

What's Trapani Like?

Trapani is an unforgettable place. The historic centre features spectacular Sicilian Baroque architecture, such as the Cathedral of San Lorenzo and the majestic palazzos flanking pedestrianised Via Garibaldi. From here you can hop on a ferry to the Egadi Islands, scenic little spots of white and green off the coast brimming with historical sites and beautiful little bays for bathing and swimming. Back on the mainland, go for a scenic walk up until the promenade on the rocky spur of Ligny and explore the Spanish 17th century Museum-Tower. The Ligny land strip effectively separates the two seas. Just outside of Trapani, visitors must visit the Ancient Greek town of Erice, a fairytale hamlet on the hill overlooking the city and Gulf of Trapani. Erice can be reached by car, bus or cable car in Spring and summer.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Trapani

Trapani is a marvellously eclectic and lively city. Like most of Sicily, the hottest hours in the middle of the day are dedicated to rest, while locals work until later in the evening to make up for the long lunch break. The rhythm and pace of life are slow - delightfully so. If you want to get along with the natives, learn to savour every hour of the day. This is very easy thanks to the exquisite local cuisine, ice cream culture and wines. So head to one of the free beaches, grab a Granita al Gelso e Mandorle (Gelso is a local flowering berry) and enjoy a spot of people watching. In the evening, hit the Old Town for a meal of couscous, seafood and Egadi Islands wines. The proximity of Marsala, the internationally renowned port-like liquor, ensures the ready availability of this top tipple in every bar. So, if you are ready for your Trapani adventure, be sure to check out for the best hotel deals in the area.