From 22 December, in time for the Christmas holidays, it will be possible to find the second issue of Amazing Sicily in free distribution at the Falcone Borsellino airport in Palermo and, for the first time, at the Fontanarossa airport in Catania!
The cover and main article of the Sicilian travel magazine are dedicated to Palermo and its Arab-Norman Route, a UNESCO heritage site.

In the nature section you can discover the Etna Natural Park, while in the pages dedicated to culture we could only celebrate Agrigento, which will be Capital of Culture in 2025. Even in our winter issue we could not leave our readers without images of a beautiful beach : this is why we went to Tindari, to make known everything about the legend of the Black Madonna.
Erice is the protagonist of the new “villages” section, while for lovers of wine tourism we talk about Nerello Mascalese.

An absolute novelty are the sections dedicated to interviews, which opens with the one conducted with the president of GESAP Salvatore Burrafato, and to news.
For Sicily for Kids we tell the legend of the nymph Arethusa and Alpheus, linked to the magnificent Fonte Arethusa in Syracuse.
“The extraordinary success of our first issue, released last August, made us further expand our audience, taking us to Catania airport,” says the magazine’s publisher, Nino Messina.
“The incredible and immediate response obtained, with the copies of the first issue literally selling like hot cakes at the airport and with our requested presence in tourist facilities and sector fairs, above all the BTE, makes us proud and pushes us to improve more and more our product, so as to make travelers arriving at our airports understand how extraordinary Sicily is”, adds the managing director Attilio Cardella.

The second issue of Amazing Sicily is also completely translated into English and French. You can find the magazine published by Passione Sicilia for free in the displays in the arrivals section of the Palermo and Catania airports. Amazing Sicily can also be browsed on www.amazingsicily.it.

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