Trapani is a city in the northwestern corner of the Italian island of Sicily, with around 70,000 inhabitants.
From the Trapani Travel Guide
Very friendly hosts, great location, clean, very nice and spacious accommodation, excellent service ... I highly recommend it! Skrbic D. ... more
i would recommend it for everyone. great conditions for a good price! the apartment is in a very good location and with all equipment and divices you`d need. the staff is really friendly and helpful. it was a pleasure to stay there! :) ... more
actually we had no service, maybe I would appreciate som cleaning service and especially help with garbage as there are not many cans on the streets or they are locked. but everything else was ok. once there was a problem with water and this was solved really promptly. ... more
Europe in 11 days ... mid march 2010?
: Into Bremen and out of Berlin. Into Rome and out of Pisa. Into Barcelona and out of Paris Into Trapani ...
Budget for Europe Travel
was a bargain (Trapani to Pisa, Italy) until they dunned me almost as much for my backpack. Plus the time ...
Italy Trip Help - 21 days where to go
: check airone and windjet (better to reserve in advance to find a good offer) or ryanair pisa-trapani ...
Palermo The bus from Trapani to Palermo took just over 2 hours. The city is a lot dirtier than Trapani. Apparently the beach/coast line is just covered in rubbish with used condoms and pads and god knows what floating in the water We avoided the beach completely. Palermo was founded ...
Posted in Blake & Michelle VS The World by blake-michelle
At the top of Via G. Fardella in Trapani is a cable car station, with cars running to the town of Erice 800 meters above the sea level port town. Erice shares a lot in common with the more famous hill towns of Tuscany and Umbria -- built entirely from stone, seemingly one church per house (officially, 64 ...
Posted in Josh and Colleen in Sicily by elefantstn