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Messina Travel Guide

Messina is a city in Sicily, Italy. It has many popular attractions, including Fontana di Nettuno, Cathedral of Messina (Duomo), Capo Peloro, making it well worth a visit.
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Experience Messina

What to Do
Looking for things to do in Messina? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
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Isola Bella
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4.5/520 Reviews
Piazza IX Aprile
Nearby City
4.5/540 Reviews
Ancient Theatre of Taormina
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Castelmola
Nearby City
4.4/523 Reviews
Fontana di piazza Duomo
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Lungomare Falcomatà
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Duomo di Messina
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Chianalea di Scilla
Nearby City
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Sicily With Mario
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Where to Stay
Discover the most popular places to stay in Messina, complete with recommendations from fellow travelers and special hotel offers.
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Hotel Royal Palace
4.2/530 Reviews
Garibaldi R&B
4.7/522 Reviews
B&B Villa Dante
3.7/55 Reviews
Europa Palace Hotel
3.8/517 Reviews
B&B Joffre
4.0/54 Reviews
Villa Pulejo
4.3/525 Reviews
B&B Liberty
4.5/57 Reviews
Residence CineApollo
4.8/55 Reviews
B&B Cairoli
4.1/58 Reviews
Residence Annunziata
4.5/52 Reviews
Town House Messina Paradiso
B&B Emme
4.7/56 Reviews
What to Eat
Want to eat like a local? Don't miss out on these top Messina dishes and foodie spots.
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Grecale
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I Ruggeri boutique restaurant
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Pasticceria Crupi
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ComparelloBello
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"Open Late"
La TASTeria Gourmet Sicily
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Rossopomodoro
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Special
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Il Boss della Pizza
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Noa
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Marina del Nettuno Yachting Club
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Laboratorio Pasticceria Gelateria Lorino Renato
Focacceria Santoro
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Discover the Real Messina With a Local Expert

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#mynovgetaway The sculpture, in the shape of an archetype symbol, the maze, is a physical and inner way, where once we get in, is impossible not to cross it all. The art work is connected to the past, to the classic culture, to the birth, to the first education of the life. Through a natural passage, you get into the maze and exit from the maze, such as the man that, in the time, has entered and exited from the earth scene. Who gets in the maze, ask questions to himself that regard the own existence, in a place and a timeless dimension in which it’s impossible don’t think. The maze is reflection, is spirituality that derives from a kind of "maternity", expressed in a concentric tangle of circles culminating in an aspiration to the sublime. A journey that seems inside the earth but it’s under the sky, where the center is the life, the ancient source represented by a shiny metallic slab in the center of the spiral, metaphor of the Mother Nature and the mystery of the fecundation.
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