6 Jun

Guided visits to the Castle of Lipari

On Sunday June, 3rd the 2018 season of the guided tours was inaugurated. The Association Guide Turistiche Eolie Messina Taormina promotes the discovery of the Castle of Lipari, with the archaeological site, the archaeological museum of  Lipari and the Cathedral of St. Bartholomew.

Therefore the qualified guides offer to visitors the possibility to be guided around a travel through time. In fact, thanks to the peculiarity of this site, the tour is unique.

But due to the presence of a special guest, Madeleine Cavalier, and of the outgoing director of the museum, Maria Amalia Mastelloni, this opening has been very excepional.

castello di Lipari

Thank Madeleine Cavalier

The famous archaeologist reached Lipari with Marie Bernabò Brea for the celebration of her 90° birthday.

She came back in the same place, where she started her career, which left an important mark on her heart and life. Before the guided tour visitors and some tourist guides of the association listened to the tale of Madeleine Cavalier about “her” museum.

On that same day the outgoing director Maria Amalia Mastelloni said farewell to the guests and the museum going into retirement.

This event represents a great beginning for our guided tours in the sign of culture and happiness. For this reason the guided tour of the acropolis in Lipari and the meeting are unforgettable.

Guided visits to the castle of Lipari

The guided visits continue on until 30th September on Fridays at 17.30 and on Sundays at 10.30. The price is € 6,00 per person (from 12 to 18 years old € 2,00, while it is free until 12 years old) . The entrance fee to the Archaeological Museum of Lipari is not included.

Finally booking is requested within 24 hours before the visit. You can call:

+ 39 3292037439 or+ 39 3498750493

It is possible to send an e-mail:

The tour is in Italian, but English, French, German, Spanish or Russian are also possible, according to availability.

Then guided tours can be organized for groups on different days and time, and in a foreign language.

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