I’m gradually working through your travel questions about Sicily. It’s taking me a while, but I’m loving it.
Be sure to send any of your general questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t expect detailed travel itineraries; let’s keep it general.
I’m happy to point you in the right direction if you are planning a trip.
Here’s this week’s query.
How are you? Hope you’re fine, I am from Malta and I came across your “Sicily inside and out” website, and thought Ide ask you a question!
I see that you’re a Milanista 🙂
And so am I, and I will be in Sicily on the 10th of May during our exciting derby semi-final against Inter!!
Would you know any good/nice places where I can watch the game? Perhaps any popular and large sports bar, or even better, an AC Milan fan club?
I will be in the Etna area on that day, so anywhere close will be fine (Catania, Taormina, Naxos, Acireale. etc.)
Thanks in advance!
Thanks so much for your email and your question.
It’s excellent you dug up that post from last year to discover my connection to Milan.
I don’t follow soccer and am technically only a Milanista by association.
I seem to be surrounded by AC Milan fans, but I’m not an expert.
I imagine many Milansti and Milan Clubs will be physically at the game, if they can make it.
You will find the game broadcast in most bars if you want to watch it.
The best thing to do is ask around; if you are staying at a B&B, your host will be more than willing to suggest, or even any hotel concierge.
Even where you grab your morning coffee will happily point you in the direction of the closest large screen tv for the big game.
I hope this gives you a few exciting leads to follow.
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Enjoy your trip.
And Forza Milan!
Regards from RDB
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