Founded as Akragas in 581 BC. In 480 BC the city joined Syracuse to defeat the Cartheginians at Himera. It was conquered by Rome around 300 B.C. Now, home of magnificent archaeological treasures.
- the Valley of the Temples
- Agrigento’s Regional Archaeology Museum
Lunch at La Zagara
- chef recommends tagliolini served with local truffles
PM Home of Luigi Pirandello (1867-1936)
- Nobel Prize for Literature (1934)
Dinner at Charleston:
- typical local foods: arancini, schiacciate, etc.