Shuttle Palermo Trapani
Among the most visited destinations in western Sicily, there is the beautiful town of Trapani, the city that divides the two seas and which tells the stories of a thousand cultures. To visit this splendid location we offer a comfortable Palermo Trapani Shuttle, which from Palermo airport will take you to the city.
Palermo airport is the closest airport along with Birgi airport to reach Trapani quickly and easily. It is about 87 km away and in 1 hour you will arrive at your destination, with a wonderful view of the Sicilian coast that will accompany you during the journey.
What to see in Trapani and surroundings?
Trapani is a wonderful city, which offers lasting memories that will remain forever in the heart of those who visit it. Its streets are full of history, the historic centre full of life and its beaches enjoy priceless beauty. If you are in Trapani and you don't know what to see, we recommend the attractions and must-see destinations.
Starting from the historic center, you can admire a real open-air museum to be observed looking upwards, together with the north walls that for centuries have protected the city from the invasions of pirates attracted by the white gold, that is the Salt.
Trapani is famous for its churches, which among the streets enrich the city architecture.
Among the destinations to be visited near Trapani may we suggest: the medieval village of Erice , the Saline from Trapani and Paceco, Marsala, Segesta, Salemi, San Vito lo Capo, the Segesta Baths, the Zingaro Reserve and Scopello. Depending on the time you have available to visit the city and the surrounding areas, you can plan an itinerary and not skip any!
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What to see in the historic centre of Trapani
Among the wonders to admire in the heart of the historic centre we recommend the ancient Cathedral of San Lorenzo, the cathedral of Trapani, built in 1421. A little further on, on the same street, you can admire the Porta Oscura, the oldest gate in the city. This gate opens onto the Loggia and was built in 1200. Above the gate you can admire the "clock tower ", built around 1300, one of the oldest astronomical clocks in Europe.
Among the churches in the historic centre, we advise you not to miss the Church of Sant'Agostino and the Chiesa Anime Sante del Purgatorio, in which the 20 sculptural groups exhibited during the procession of the Mysteries are preserved.
You can admire the beauty of the Dovecote, which changed uses and identity over the centuries and which is currently in a state of neglect, and the mighty Tower of Ligny, which with its beauty divides the Mediterranean Sea from the Tyrrhenian Sea.
If you are curious and love art, you must visit both La Salerniana, the contemporary art museum, with its collection created thanks to the donations of the artists, and the MOOI, the Museum Of Optical Illusion, whose optical illusions indeed are bound to entertain you.
Where to go to the sea in Trapani
This wonderful city offers a noteworthy coastline inside the city, San Giuliano, with a sandy beach and fresh and clear waters directly from the Tyrrhenian Sea, where you can easily reach on foot from anywhere in the city. All along the coast there are many bathing beaches, offering the opportunity to experience the sea with maximum comfort, renting umbrellas, sunbeds and also booking a table at the internal restaurant. An excellent way to just sit back and relax!
By taking a bus or hiring a transfer with driver, you can also reach all the other beaches not far from Trapani and which deserve as much attention, such as the Bay of Cornino, at the foot of Monte Cofano and its reserve, Castellammare del Golfo or Tre Fontane, some of the more distant beaches that are worth visiting
How to get around in Trapani without a car
Among the greatest peculiarities of Trapani we can say that it is a city "within man’s reach". To travel the city from Torre di Ligny to the foot of Mount Erice, it will take you a maximum of 1 hour on foot.
This shows how easy it is to get around even without a car.
To optimize the time during your vacation or if you prefer not to walk too much, the bus will take you to all points of the city, with a minimum cost of the ticket which will be valid for 90 minutes. Alternatively, a bike or a scooter will allow you to get around in total freedom.
The cost for your private transfer from Palermo airport to Trapani is starting from 110,00 €
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