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This is what you expect of Sicily it is beautiful to walk around pop in one of many bars or restaurants or pick up a Gelato it can get busy but its worth it make sure you look left and right up and down the...More
The main attraction in Taormina is the stroll along the main drag and into and out of the alley ways within the ancient walls. With the summer crowds and tourist shops it has a theme park feel but in a real place. Some people don't...More
The main street is full of tourists I suspect most of the year but more so in August. Its a must do all the same, many quirkie stores. lots of Gelato and cloths. Some of the restaurants are very good too
Fantastic main thoroughfare through Taormina which you never tire of wandering along. Fabulous shops and lots of hidden gems, eateries and bars on quaint side streets that run up and down hill alongside it. We shopped and shopped aquiring treasures for our new home. Absolutely...More
at last a flat street in the town! great shops and restaurants and lovely atmosphere. Each and every eating establishmenet looks inviting, hard to choose. Some designer shops and some souvenir shops but nothing tacky so far. Hope it doesn't change.
great street, shop til ya drop, clothing, jewelry, ceramics, toys, shoes, etc....also any type of Sicilian food you are looking for.....prices are reasonable to expensive, depending where and what you eat.
The Corso Umberto is the main street of Taormina and full of shops, restaurants and bars. On both sides an ancient gate is situated and brings history to life.
It’s impossible to visit Taormina without visiting the Corso Umberto.
Response from CallumJohnB | Reviewed this property |
Hello Magda, only just seen your question, so late replying. My wife and I spent a fantastic week in Taormina, which is a beautiful and vibrant place to stay. Thankfully it wasn't to busy so we had not trouble booking... More
Hello Magda, only just seen your question, so late replying. My wife and I spent a fantastic week in Taormina, which is a beautiful and vibrant place to stay. Thankfully it wasn't to busy so we had not trouble booking restaurants and always getting a seat at our favourite bars.
We were not there in February, but as with other resorts, I should imagine that a lot of bars and restaurants may be closed, not sure about the shops though. I would imagine that if the weather is good it would still be worth a visit.