This street has hundreds of shops, cafes, bars. Nice to walk through, it's buzzing with activity, though it can be a little too crowded. Obviously it's a very touristy place, but we enjoyed it nonetheless.
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What impressed me in this area of the city, was that every few minutes or even less there were narrow streets climbing upstairs (stairways to heaven :)) :) where you might find a terrace or a small bar or beautiful flowers, something to be mesmerized...More
This long, beautiful village main street was one of the highlights of our first visit to Taormina. It was a delightful experience to wander along the thoroughfare looking at the small village squares, the churches and the lovely little shops. Many of the buildings were...More
This town is absolutely charming. I'm sure it must get really busy with visitors/cruisers, but in mid-September it was fine. We were lucky to be there on the day the Dalai Lama visited. If you are just there for the day, then do town in...More
I think before that this street is very expensive. But it wasn´t like that. But clothes were expensive, so I didn´t bye those things. Ice cream places were good.
The most beautiful place in Italy. It's very ancient with plenty to do and see. Very popular with the tourists at night stroll along the main Corso Umberto where there are plenty restaurant's to choose from and lots of beautiful shops
Over our return to Taormina, Corso Umberto still has its unique feel. Its not overun with too many "tat" shops, also has a couple of small mid to high end stores too. We completely avoid during the day & use it as a last resort...More
Whilst very busy after 11 am and at night, the Corso is lively with plenty of interesting churches,plazas,shops and cafes.It's an essential part of a visit to Taormina