Piazza del Duomo Taormina - Sicily
Directions to Piazza del Duomo Taormina
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The cathedral dates back to 13th century. It is a'fortress-church', has three aisles and a Latin-cross plan. A dozen pink marble columns hold up the nave.
At the centre of the square you'll find a beautiful Baroque fountain, built in 1635. Some steps are leading up to it. The fountain is topped by the symbol of the city of Taormina, a cute Minotaur.
The Piazza del Duomo is a popular spot for both locals and visitors - you can rest on the steps of the fountain, do some shopping or have a drink at the bar Billy & Billy. It once was the favourite place of illustrious artists who visited Taormina in the past - think Alexandre Dumas Jr., Tennessee Williams, Robert Faulkner, Johannes Brahms, Oscar Wilde, Guy de Maupassant, and Richard Wagner.
The Ristorante Al Duomo is one of the best restaurants in town.
For information, call tel. 0942-23123.