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My favorite movie of all time. Being in Palazzo Adriano was one of my goals while visiting Sicily. The square, the church, the fountain all brought it back. The tourist office has a visitor log and once signed a very lovely woman took us into...More
This little museum is just fantastic with original effects and lots of original photoes !!
And the whole town too - beeing the beautiful surroundings of the "Cimena Paradiso".
Contact the small turist-office to the left - a very kind lady locks you into the...More
We visited this location of our favourite movie EVER. A two hour drive from Alcamo. Stunning views, hair raising bends on the roads and hilarious Sicilian driving 'rules'.
We arrived and were the object of amusement to the many local men sat in the shade...More
The One and Only, One of the best pictures, songs and human history ! The beginning of the Cinema Culture, just a tribute of that. We never forget the nice woman Giannina that talk and receive us in the museums and also walk through the...More
The town is just like the film and almost untouched by tourism. Cobbled streets, most people in the town appeared to be doing nothing, just sitting, smoking and watching life go on.The cinema building from the film was just a set, but other than that,...More
We weren't able to see the museum but seeing the town and in particular the Piazza Umberto brought back fond memories of the film. The trip from any direction is quite a drive though well worth it, not only for the end result but the...More
We traveled a long way to Palazzo Adriano just to visit the original site where that beautiful, unforgettable Oscar winning movie “Nuovo Cinema Paradiso” was filmed. We were very excited walking around in the piazza and had no idea that they have dedicated a museum...More
Beautiful place to visit with an atmosphere so like the film - a little out-of-the-way village where old men chat in the sunshine outside the cafés and whilst we were there thousands of swallows were getting ready for their flight. Locals may seem a little...More
Well what a surprising trip this turned out to be. An old medieval village steeped in history with some notable archaeological finds. Some of the finds are in the British History Museum and Palermo. It turns out that not only does this area hold 2...More