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Trapani is one of the oldest but lively towns in Northwest Sicily of Italy. It holds a long history of struggle and prosperity dating back to nearly 260 BC. The Old Town, situated west to Piazzo Umberto, still presently stand with its lively atmosphere. Inside the Old Town is the Trapani's cathedral and other vintage structures of small shops and diners. Among its historical architectures and facades are the Cattedrale di San Lorenzo (which was built in 1421), Sant'Agostino (Chapel of the Templar Knights that was built in 14th century), Santuario dell'Annunziata (Church of the Virgin Mary where pilgrims pay homage to her statue), and many other chapels and churches mostly built in the 14th century.
The Palazzo Cavaretto is also a renowned historical structure built in 1672. And the Chisea del Collegio is a Jesuit church in Trapani. Visit these sites and learn more about their legends and stories as well as the exquisite interior designs of each architecture. After a long day tour at Trapani, you can always take a detour on the seaside restaurants where you can watch the astonishing sight of the sunset with its reflection mirrored in the crystal sea of Trapani.
There so much to do and see in Trapani and so little time to spend to go to all of them. The best way to maximize your time and minimize your hassles in your holiday excursions is to make sure you have your own transportation to utilize. Rent a car and enjoy the lively holidays at Trapani, Italy.