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Sicily is an island on the Mediterranean sea and a part of Italy. Sicily has all the main pleasures that Italy is famous for. Sicily you will have chance to try the delicious Italian food, see the historical building, charming villages and magnificent seaviews.

The main cities of Italy are Palermo, Catania and Syracuse.  In Syracuse there is a massive amphitheater built around the 5th century B.C. is still used as the theater stage.  There is a various of ancient theaters.  In the hilltop city of Taormina, the Teatro Greco,  to the 3rd century B.C., was later enlarged by the Romans. Today, the theater is a house to film festivals, concerts and plays with the audience enjoying views of the Ionian Sea and Mt. Etna along with the performance.

As you travel through the city, you can visit the banks of the Cali river and admire the architecture of churches like Ermita and other colonial era buildings that are true national monuments.

Don't forget to visit key destinations like the Zoológico de Cali, the Barrio Granada, and the massive Cristo Rey, a statue similar to Rio de Janeiro's Cristo Redentor, that watches over the city from the Cerro de las Tres Cruces.

Among its many tourist destinations, Cali also has a number of museums: The La Tertulia Museum, the Calima Gold Museum, and the La Merced Archeological Museum are a few of the most well-known.

You can also use your walks around Cali as an opportunity to sample some of the city's traditional cuisine, with Spanish, indigenous, and African roots, giving each plate its own unique flavor. This cultural blend has resulted in delicacies such as arroz atollado (a type of seasoned rice with meat), empanadas vallunas (empanadas made with potatoes and shredded beef), sancocho de gallina (a type of chicken soup), sopa de tortillas (tortilla soup), aborrajado valluno (fritters made with plantains and cheese), tostadas de plátano verde con hogao (green plantain fritters with salsa), chuleta valluna (a type of pork milanese), and tamales (meat, beans, or other fillings wrapped in corn dough and steamed).

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