Corso Umberto, a pedestrian thoroughfare, is thronged by people strolling, shopping or simply touring the adjacent areas. Also visit the garden, Giardino Trevelyan, which offers a panoramic view of the coastline.
During summer, there are several annual arts festivals held in town. The most ... More famous one is the Taormina Arte held in Teatro Greco between June and August with several music, dance and dramatics shows.
The David di Donatello Taormina International Film Festival witnesses the works of some of the big names in the international film fraternity. In July, WOMAD, which is the World of Music, Arts and Dance, organises three nights of music concerts in the Teatro Antico.
The town experiences a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and cool winters with light rain showers. The average temperatures are 35°C in summer and 10°C in winter.
The town of Taormina is an important historic location with Palazzo Corvaja in Taormina as the seat of the ... More Sicilian Parliament. During the seventeenth century, the town developed as an important city.
Agriculture is still the predominant occupation in this town. The tourism industry is also developing owing to the popularity of this region and its surrounding areas.
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