It’s a parking spot because… Why not? When in Sicily, let go of the rules you know and allow Sicilians to surprise you. Sure, there is definitely an acceptable way to behave and a respect for others, but sometimes it just makes sense to park where you need to in order to get things done….
Optimism is a sky-blue, antique Fiat 500 on a sunny day in Agrigento, Sicily.
This Fiat 500, painted by Ceramiche Galfano in the style of a Sicilian cart, can be found outside the Selinunte archaeological park in Castelveltrano. Be sure to leave some extra time to stop by the shop to visit this masterpiece and pick up a few ceramics and other unique artisanal items.
Red Fiat Cinquecento in Porticello (Palermo) Dreaming of when we can once again hit the road… #seeyousoonsicily
On the Experience Sicily Facebook page, we’ve been having “office hours.” Today, I answered a lot of questions about traveling in Sicily. One of the more popular topics was driving in the region. Driving is Sicily gives travelers a lot of freedom that is hard to come by with public transportation. If you aren’t inclined…
Rejoice! Sono a Palermo! I’m in Palermo! Amunì! Let’s go!
Fiat 500, photographed in Messina, Sicily
This weekend in the enchanting Arab-Norman town of Cefalù on Sicily’s north coast, they are celebrating the annual Sicily Food Festival. Experience Sicily’s Evelina Buttitta is there today enjoying live music, cooking demonstrations, arts and crafts (including unique, Sicily-inspired jewlery, my favorite!) and a vast selection of typical street food with her family. The streets…
Give me the keys, please! An antique Fiat 500, photographed in Termini Imerese, Province of Palermo.
I wanted to post a photo that makes me smile, and Fiat 500s always make me smile, and so does any view of Castellammare del Golfo (Trapani Province, hence the TP on the license plate). Thank you for indulging me. I hope it makes you smile too.