4 - 5 hours
The Godfather Tour
Vintage Godfather Tour
The Godfather Tour
The Godfather, directed in 1971 by Francis Ford Coppola, is a milestone in cinema of all time, loaded with the years of the aura that only legends bring with them. A tour that retraces the places of the Sicilian countryside and the settings that framed the history of the Corleone family.
Car and driver included
Tour guide included
On board the historic FIAT 500
The FIAT 500 of the time is the exceptional vehicle to live the experience in an authentic way and breathe the atmosphere of the urban cross-sections told in the film.
A symbol of Italian history, to identify with Sicily in the 70s and go back in time for a day.
The hilltop village of Savoca
A village that has its roots in the distant Roman era, Savoca climbs up the rocky hills of the island. Not only has it been the location of some of the most famous scenes of Il Padrino, but it is also one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
Part of the tour takes place to discover this all-Italian pearl, where you can walk and stop independently in a typical village restaurant.
The Church of Santa Lucia
Another must is the Church of Santa Lucia, a place of worship chosen to shoot the famous wedding scene between Apollonia and Michael Corleone. In a position of excellence overlooking the village of Savona, the Church still preserves some of the works of the original building, built in the 15th century, and destroyed by a landslide at the end of the 19th century.
The village of Forza d'Agrò
Municipality of less than 1000 inhabitants, Forza d’Agrò is a jewel whose origins date back to the 10th century, a village from which to explore the typical streets to suddenly arrive in front of a breathtaking view, with cliffs that cut perpendicularly the sea. Location also chosen for the Godfather III scenes, such as the one in which Michael Corleone shows his father’s childhood home to his wife.
The Schiavi Castle
To conclude the tour, we will cross the province of Catania towards Fiumefreddo, where you can admire the Schiavi Castle, the protagonist of the most meaningful scenes of the film: it is here that the tragedy of the bomb in the car takes place.
An imposing place, whose name evokes an ancient legend to be listened to with bated breath.
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