With so many nice little shops, eateries and lovely narrow side streets the Corso Umberto is a wonderful place to take a gentle stroll. Some were so narrow you have to almost turn sideways to make it through. Very charming.
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Enjoyed walking down the corso, attractive window shopping, nice places to have a drink or eat. All a bit "over the top" glam touristy.
A mix of very nice shops, souvenirs and gelato. Very busy filled with tourists and bus loads of them! Most of he restaurants are here or off on a side street so one really can't avoid it.
The central street of upper, old Taormina, practically the only place where to have a stroll in the evening
This is the main street in Taormina It is a long and narrow street in classic Mediterranean architecture with small shops, cafes and churches leading to the clock tower and main town square with a terrace which offers breath-taking views of the deep blue sea...More
The street is busy with a lot of people, many shops and boutiques, restaurants and cafes, however, I found a lot more beautiful places in Taormina. This one is for a nice evening walk.
It is magnificent to be on a main street and see such a variety of businesses, shops, bars and restaurants and not one "high street chain" store is wonderful.