Madonna has once again chosen Italy to celebrate her birthday. After Puglia, and in particular the spectacular Borgo Egnazia resort where the celebrations took place last year with a lot of “musical” travel for guests on a vintage regional train, on August 16 the American singer will be in Noto, in Sicily. The Pop star arrived this afternoon in Noto, without going unnoticed. The pearl of the Baroque, where Chiara Ferragni and Fedez celebrated their wedding, as well as being much loved by the lgbtq + population is a destination for celebrities and stars of design and fashion: among the “regulars” there are the architect Rodolfo Dordoni ( among the first to “discover it”), Mario Testino, Samuele Mazza, Jacques Garcia, Luisa Beccaria (who with her husband Lucio Bonaccorsi awakened the Castelluccio estate), Riccardo Tisci and MariaCarla Boscono, Hamish Bowles, Riccardo Grassi and Paolo Rossello. Even Anne Hathaway, this summer, spent her Mediterranean holidays in the Sicilian town, increasingly at the center of an international chic tourism that resides in the splendid farmhouses on the hills or in the elegant stone buildings of Syracuse built in the historic center after the earthquake of 1693, from which it was completely razed to the ground. In particular, among the most attractive are Palazzo Nicolaci Villadorata, with its sensational balconies supported by grotesque figures, Palazzo Ducezio (now the Town Hall), Palazzo Rau della Ferla, Palazzo Landolina and above all the extraordinary Palazzo Castelluccio. Madonna arrived in Catania airport in the afternoon. She then she reached the European capital of the baroque, where tomorrow, probably at Palazzo Castelluccio she will celebrate her 64th birthday. One hundred people following the pop star of Italian origins. For the 64 candles, the presence of three of her children Rocco Ritchie and David Banda, Lourdes Leon, Mercy and the twins Estere and Stella).