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Catania

The city where Europe‘s greatest natural wonder, Mount Etna ( the highest active volcano in Europe), meets Ionian Sea. It‘s a baroque city built on Romans ruins. You can‘t imagine its night life.

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Taormina

Popular and fashionable tourist resort with famously stunning views and a picturesque Greek-Roman Theatre, high above the sea and facing Etna. Taormina has breathtaking tourist sights and the town and its location are attractions in themselves. There‘s plenty to keep the visitors busy for at least a couple of days.

Cagliari

(Sardinian: Casteddu) is the Capital of the island of Sardinia. Cagliari‘s Sardinian name Casteddu literally mean the castle that lies on top of a hill, with a wonderful view of of the Gulf of Cagliari (also known as Angels Gulf). Most of the old city walls are intact, and feature the two 13th century white lime-stone towers, St. Pancras Tower and the Elephant Tower.

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Carbonia

Is a town in the province of Carbonia-Iglesias, Sardinia. It was officially inagurated on the 18 December 1938. For the tourist the main place to visit is the former Serbariu coalmine, now turned in a museum and in a site of industrial archaeology. Another interesting place is Monte Sirai, an hill in the sorroundings of the city that hosts the ruins of a phoenician-punic built-up area.

Palermo is the capital of Sicily. The city is known for its rich history, culture, architecture and gastronomy. Palermo has a noteworthy architectural heritage and it‘s famous for its Norman buildings. We will spend some hours in Palermo before going to Cagliari by ferry boat.

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Summer University 2010  

AEGEE, the European Students' Forum, unites more than 15.000 students in Europe, in 42 countries and 232 cities. From Las Palmas to Azerbaij...

Summer University 2010  

AEGEE, the European Students' Forum, unites more than 15.000 students in Europe, in 42 countries and 232 cities. From Las Palmas to Azerbaij...

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