About 13Km far from Palermo. Bagheria it's the second most important city in Palermo's nearby. Known from the 18th as pleasent countryside used by palermo's nobles to relax and rest from cities business where they could feel more close to the nature and enjoy the marvelous golden valley full of lemons and oranges known as "Conca d'oro" This city has the most releavent actravities in the old titled mansions built from the tuff stones used as well for the palermo's titled mansions. The city is the born town of the famous oscar's director Giuseppe Tornatore and the artist Renato Guttuso. The city now has changed during centuries but still keeps the charm of the 18th mansion. Four of them are now open to the public: Villa Cutò: seat of the traditional museum of the artistic toy dedicated to "Pietro Piraino" Villa Cattolica: where is the museum dedicated to the artist "Renato Guttuso" and also his monumentary tomb. Palazzo Butera: Palace of the founder of the city, Giuseppe Branciforti, which on 1658 decided to move from Palermo to here in exile disapponted for the politics of the spanish aristocracy. With his court, he built some houses around that was the first heart of the city. Villa Palagonia: Known as the "Mansion of the monsters" it was visited by many important travellers that wriote about it as "the most original place in the world and famous europe's around". Visited by the famous german writer Goethe that was astonished by those 62 monsters at the top of the walls as kind of strange gardians of the mansion. My city tour starts from the train station of Bagheria- You reach it take the train from Palermo to Messina or directed to Cefalù- One there we move on foot to the nearest Villa Cutò seat of the museumof the artistic toy, an exhibition of the military vests of the Garibaldi soldiers and also the seat of the public municipality's library. The second step is the museum of the artist "Renato Guttuso" of Villa Cattolica. After that, we move to the city's centre walking through the main boulevard called "Corso Butera" that end at the top of a natural hill place where is situated the mansion first centre of the Bagheria's city, Palazzo Butera. The final place to visit is Palagonia's Mansion in the middle of the second important boulevard called "Corso Umberto". After that, the group can go to eat in a typical restaurant of the nearby or have a drink in a bar close to the city centre. The tour will take about 2-3 hours. Best time to do it is in the afternoon in the way that after the visit the group could easily come back to the train station to reach Palermo via bus or train.If the weather is good and there is enough time, i can also manage a visit to the suburb of Aspra that has a beautiful seaside and a nice landscape.