Taormina is a passage to the road of the artists, Taormina violently beautiful landscape, many personality through their paintings, books, poetry described Taormina as a incredibly beauty, we are going to relive their life through a walk in the fairytale Street of Taormina We are going to discover the history of each artist, what made them fell in love with Taormina Wolfgang Goethe German Writer who arrived in 1787 why was he stuck by the beauty of Taormina Oscar wilde who wanted to come and live here with his lover, where he used to stay Otto Geleng who painted Taormina and no one believed him and though it came from its own invention H Lawrence who got inspired in Taormina and wrote the famous novel Lady Chatterley, where he used to live Lady Trevelyan close friend of the queen moved to the beautiful house surrounded by a magnificent park now called the Botanical garden We are going on a long journey to the past and discover why so many artists fell in love and Taormina their permanent home.
I am passionate about art and literature, this is the reason I moved to Taormina, i put myself into the skin of writers and poets and Immagine what inspired them to the enchanting city of Taormina. I love history and it is fascinating to learn how Taormina was put on the map through the eyes of the artists, poets, writers, painters who visited taormina how he got inspired by its beauty. Discovering a place is like a journey to memory lane A little degustation of my homemade pesto to finish the journey to memory lane.
It is recommended for guests to bring a bottle of water with them
We are going on a journey to memory lane to the ghosts of Taormina, artist painters writers famous people from the 18th and 19th century relive their story see the place where some were living and learn what inspired them about Taormina, Their poetry their dream . After the tour, that will take 2 hours of walking around Taormina a stop at the pub and talk about the experience of what has inspired about Taormina. A little quiz Drink not inc
Trina Heartists walk down memory lane