Historical trains are returning to Sicily, with stops in the Trapani province where passengers will reach Castelvetrano and Selinunte, and in Siracusa where they will embark on a journey through Baroque architecture. The “Train of the Sea and Ancient Civilizations” will depart from Palermo Centrale station, allowing passengers to discover the western part of the island characterized by picturesque countryside landscapes, until reaching Castelvetrano. From there, it will be possible to reach the area of ancient Selinunte, one of the largest and most important archaeological parks worldwide. This is a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the island’s millennia-old history and natural beauty. Shuttle services are available between Trappeto station and Trappeto Lakes, Castellammare and Scopello, Zingaro, Alcamo and Segesta, Castelvetrano and Selinunte, and Cave di Cusa. Departure from Palermo is on September 2nd and 3rd at 8:30 AM. On the 19th-century line between Siracusa, Scicli, and Ragusa, passengers can experience a timeless journey aboard a vintage train that passes through numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites. Looking out of the historical train’s window, passengers will enjoy bucolic landscapes and the beauty of cities such as Noto, Pozzallo, and Modica, providing a visually magical cultural experience. Shuttle services are available between the stations and the historic centers in Ispica, Scicli, Modica, and Ragusa. Departure from Siracusa is at 2:35 PM on September 2nd and 3rd.
Treni storici in Sicilia nel fine settimana tra Val di Noto e Trapanese: tappe e orari