What to do and see in Syracuse

Sicilia Siracusa teatro greco

Seaside town of ancient origins, Syracuse is the starting point from which to explore the homonym province. The city is rich in history of tales of people who dominated it in the past, since the founding in the eighth century BC by Greeks from Corinth. Starting from the historic center of the city in fact … Read more What to do and see in Syracuse

What to do and see in Trapani

Sicilia Trapani Madonna SS Annunziata

The city of Trapani is the provincial capital and also the most developed and important town of the province. Its historic center develops around the harbor with many ancient buildings and religious buildings such as the Basilica of Maria Santissima Annunziata, the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, the Purgatory Church and the Church of St. Peter … Read more What to do and see in Trapani

What to do and see in Ragusa

Sicilia Ragusa Castello Donnafugata

Declared a World Heritage Site in 2002 by UNESCO with Scicli and Modica, the city of Raguse, is known as the “City of Bridges” for the presence of three very picturesque structures (the Old Bridge, the New Bridge and the Bridge of San Vito). Following a devastating earthquake in 1693 that destroyed almost all of the … Read more What to do and see in Ragusa

What to do and see in Vibo Valentia

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The old town is characterized by the geometry of the medieval town, with monumental buildings. The main attractions are the bell tower of St. Michael and the Norman Castle that today houses the  Archaeological State Museum. Inside the museum preserves one of the most precious finds from the Hellenic past: the “Thin gold sheet”, the … Read more What to do and see in Vibo Valentia

What to do and see in Agrigento

Sicilia Agrigento Valle dei Templi

The best known touristic and archaeological attraction of Agrigento is the Valley of the Temples, archaeological site with more than two thousand years of history a world heritage site by UNESCO. Among the most beautiful monuments there are, the temple of Concord, the temple of Juno with its 25 Doric columns, the temple of Hercules, … Read more What to do and see in Agrigento

What to do and see in Caltanissetta

Sicilia Caltanissetta la Cattedrale

The cultural offer of the province of Caltanissetta is rich and varied it ranges from museums and castles to archaeological sites. In the city of Caltanissetta there are many tours for discovering the history of the various cultures that have left evidence of their presence in this land: Greeks, Arabs and Bourbons. First, you can … Read more What to do and see in Caltanissetta

What to do and see in Catania

Sicilia Catania Etna

Around the majestic sight of the Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe, there are numerous places to visit in the province of Catania. The city, despite natural disasters and the destruction of the city in the late seventeenth century, offers to travelers a beautiful atmosphere and an abundance of sights and unique tourist attractions: … Read more What to do and see in Catania

What to do and see in Enna

Sicilia Enna Piazza Armerina Villa casale

Because of its central geographical limitation, Enna, capital of the province, is called the “Navel of Sicily” and for the beautiful views is called the “Belvedere of Sicily”. The city has an enviable panoramic position that allows, from the old town, to appreciate its location; the Castello di Lombardia, symbol of the city, is an imposing … Read more What to do and see in Enna

What to do and see in Messina

Sicilia Messina Duomo

Messina, awaits visitors beyond the Strait with its port, first in Italy for number of passengers and sixth for cruise traffic. The most prestigious monument built by the Norman Roger II is the cathedral built in the first half of the twelfth century, with inside the statue of St. John the Baptist attributed to Antonello … Read more What to do and see in Messina

What to do and see in Palermo

Sicilia Palermo Mondello

Palermo is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, with many examples of past civilizations. In its heyday was reached under the Arab ruling; known as the “city of delights”, it became one of the richest and most prosperous cities of the Mediterranean, with beautiful gardens, mosques and magnificent palaces. From the encounter with … Read more What to do and see in Palermo

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