Day 12. Trapani, Sicily

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We woke to yet another hot, sunny morning and decided to spend the day in the port city of Trapani. Getting to Trapani from Palermo is by Segesta Express bus and this service departs from the left hand side of the railway station. Return tickets cost €14.10 each and do not need to be purchased in advance. Luxury coaches operate on this route and our 10.00 a.m. departure was less than 25% occupied. The journey takes 1 hour 55 minutes with the first 30 minutes of the journey being taken up with getting out of the city centre. After finally leaving Palermo behind, most of the route was along the Autostrada from where we had good views of the passing scenery.

Untitled Trapani harbour

Trapani is set on a low peninsula which curves out to sea in an attractive arc and is the main departure point for the Egadi Islands just…

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