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Bar Vitelli is the place where Michael Corleone ( Al Pacino) asked the father of Appollonia for her hand in marriage in the first Godfather Movie . If your a fan of the movie, you will love this place!! There is movie memorabilia inside, the...More
Just stopped here for a brief snack of biscotti, espresso and lemon granita while doing a tour of the ‘Godfather’ villages.
We relaxed in a charming outdoor patio space covered with walls and a ceiling of flowering vines. The mood was amiable & the restaurant...More
Nice drive to get there, with many switchbacks up into the hills (though my passenger was a little nervous). Stopped in for coffee and cake. Excellent little historic café, with a nice courtyard under vines out the front. Coffee good, cakes great. Lots to see...More
Our Globus tour bus traversed miles of switchback roads to reach this isolated hill town. But it was worth it! (How Coppola every found this town to shoot the Godfather 2 wedding scene is beyond me!) Once at the top we disembarked and enjoyed some...More
Very nice place, amazing views, great atmosphere in this bar... Great coffee, whiskey and everything, especially when you immagin the actors, the director, the crew of this masterpiece Godfather.. But Savoca deservse to be seen not nly because of the film.. A lot to see...More
We arrived at 6.10pm just as the place was due to close. We were warmly received despite this and had a coffee and tiramisu. Quite high prices but massive portion to make up for it. Well worth the visit. Beautiful building inside and very welcoming...More
Bar Vitelli is open 9.00 (9 am) ~ 20.00 (8 pm). Visiting the bar before 10.00 am or after 3.00 pm would reduce the probability of facing tour bus loads of visitors. But even if you visit the bar during the rush hours with... More
Bar Vitelli is open 9.00 (9 am) ~ 20.00 (8 pm). Visiting the bar before 10.00 am or after 3.00 pm would reduce the probability of facing tour bus loads of visitors. But even if you visit the bar during the rush hours with tour buses, the tourists would not linger inside the bar long, because they would be led by their guides to the hilltop church and surrounding areas. Then, they would be congregating near the gift shop/convenience store across Bar Vitelli before boarding their buses and heading to other scenic villages. Best wishes.
Response from Lothlorienlass | Reviewed this property |
Yes it's easy. However, there are two Savoca areas- so make sure you get the right one. They are not far apart, so it doesn't matter if you end up in the wrong one. We just entered Savoca on our sat nav and blindly followed... More
Yes it's easy. However, there are two Savoca areas- so make sure you get the right one. They are not far apart, so it doesn't matter if you end up in the wrong one. We just entered Savoca on our sat nav and blindly followed it, as you do- but it was a 15 minute drive from the proper one so not too bad. The secret is to put the road name in as well as the village name! Lovely place, as well as the bar (nice, basic food) there are other things to see as well. Enjoy!