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Shop till you drop!

Erice is a great place to shop. There are numerous pottery studios and shops, good souvenir shops... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2015
macman1940
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Arlington Heights IL
Erice - medieval atypical Sicilian city

Erice a walled town medieval city, high up in the mountains close to Trapani , is worthwhile the... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2014
Toscana981
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Hasselt, Belgium
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1 Jan 2015
“Shop till you drop!”
22 Sep 2014
“Erice - medieval atypical Sicilian city”
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The market offers a wide range of typical products: bread oven cured meats and cheeses blue fin tuna wines from the best local wineries nubia red garlic gluten-free products. Our specialty breads cunzatu.
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Via Tommaso Guarrasi 13, 91016, Erice, Sicily, Italy
+39 0923 860119
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Reviewed 2 January 2015

Erice is a great place to shop. There are numerous pottery studios and shops, good souvenir shops, wonderful bakeries and candy shops, as well a coffee shops where you can grab a coffee and pastry to break the pace of your shopping spree.This was one...More

1  Thank macman1940
Reviewed 22 September 2014

Erice a walled town medieval city, high up in the mountains close to Trapani , is worthwhile the trip. Driving to the top gives you spectacular views of the bay and at the end you will arrive at a parking lot for your car. The...More

3  Thank Toscana981
Reviewed 27 June 2014

With regret I was underwhelmed with Erice. Although a very historical town I had expected it to be somewhat more pleasing on the eye. The biggest turn off was the huge amount of tourists (myself included) and rather than be able to walk and observe...More

Thank Oh-But-Is-It
Reviewed 5 June 2014

Beautiful views, great walk, cheap cable car, excellent atmosphere....would definitely recommend for romantic and family visit

1  Thank almasarajevo
Reviewed 1 June 2013

I trekked to Erice like everyone else and I was underwhelmed. Yes the views are spectacular but this is a total tourist trap. The funivia was closed due to high winds and we took a rather expensive cab ride to the summit (30 Euros). I...More

3  Thank jhavand
Reviewed 30 May 2013

Amazing road with great view is going through the hill and ends in the clouds, that's why we've wanted to visit Erice- charming medieval village situated 700 meters above the sea level. If you don't have a car you can also use a cable railway....More

Thank mon-nom-mon
Reviewed 2 May 2013

Magnificent ancient city of Erice, with its castles, churches and little streets and squares, dates back 12th Century. Amazing how it was built just on the top of a hill, all buildings and streets are made of stone, in such a delicate, but proper manner......More

1  Thank EleonoraKoh
Reviewed 31 March 2013

Erice is a walled town 700 meters above sea level that I found quite captivating. It is a medieval city frozen in time. The streets are narrow and curved (to slow down wind). The weather changes quickly, perhaps because of the altitude; it was clear...More

2  Thank Eclipsegroupie
Reviewed 22 February 2013

A charming village on top of the city of Trapani.Beautiful views from Erice of the surroundings.Cobbled streets and good restaurants.Lots of small shops that sells local products such as wine,lace, herbs and other things. The castle is built on the cliff.

Thank Agatha B
Reviewed 3 December 2012

Erice is located about an hour west of Palermo, Sicily, going in the direction of Trapani. Prior to driving up to Erice we drove through Trapani and didn't find any interesting. There is a funicular (cable car) that connects Trapani with Erice, and we were...More

3  Thank Bavarianride
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