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Explore the fascinating culture of Sicily with TourCrafters

LIBERTYVILLE, Illinois - Few places are as interesting as Sicily, the island that belongs to Italy, but was ruled over the millennia by Phoenicians, Greeks, Arabs, Normans, and Spanish - all of whom l

Chase the winter blues with a trip to sunny Sicily and...

LIBERTYVILLE, Illinois - Taking advantage of winter prices to Europe makes sense, but taking advantage of winter prices to a destination with pleasant weather makes even more sense.

Cruise the sexy Aeolian Islands

LIBERTYVILLE, Illinois - You’ve read about those sexy, sun-splashed islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea north of Sicily, where Italian celebrities have vacation homes and moor their yachts.

Special deal on Sicily land package from Tourcrafters

LIBERTYVILLE, Illinois - Fall is the perfect time to visit Sicily, when summer’s torrid heat is over, but the sun and sea are warm, vineyards are laden with grapes, and markets are filled with a bou

TourCrafters’ Sicily Market Package starts at US$965 including air and hotel

LIBERTYVILLE, IL - Among TourCrafters’ roster of off-season European “market packages,” one of the most appealing is the 5-day/4-night Palermo (Sicily) Vucciria Market Package, which starts at U

TourCrafters offers off-season Market Packages to Paris, Nice, Sicily, Madrid and...

LIBERTYVILLE, IL - Want something more than museums and old churches on a European trip?

CHI Hotels and Resorts to operate Corinthia and Wyndham golf resort...

CHI Hotels and Resorts (CHI) announced the signing of a 20-year management agreement with Italian companies "Off Side srl" and "Sicilia Golf Resort srl" (both acting on the advice of CBRE Hotels Italy

A new travel mart for Sicily

For the first time, Palermo hosted the Travelexpo-In, a showcase dedicated to incoming tourism and organized by Logos Comunicazione & Immagine.

A tourist guide to … the Mafia

Planning a trip to Sicily and wondering how to spot a Mafioso?Augusto Cavadi, a Sicilian high school teacher and Mafia scholar, tells tourists everything they've wanted to know about the Mafia in a 55-page handbook.