Guess why there are so many cafès in Trapani

Trapani is only slightly more than 100 sq. miles but there are hundreds of bars (cafès) all over the city. Sicilians love to hang around cafes. That’s where they have their breakfast (coffee and cornetto), meet up with friends, or read the newspapers. Yes, most bars offer a daily newspapers for customers to read free of charge. It’s quite an incentive for people to come as a newspaper (Il Giornale di Sicilia) costs 1,30 Euros, not cheap. An espresso costs from 80c to 1 Euro, depending on the location of the cafè. A cornetto (croissant) is usually about 1 euro.

Here are some pictures of the cafès you will find in Trapani:

 

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