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Syracuse and Noto

A journey through past and present, to admire ancient ruins of the
Greek civilization as well as amazing evidences of baroque architecture.

47 per person
Children 3 – 12 years: € 23,50
Babies 0 – 2 years: free!

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Departure to Syracuse.

The visit begins with the Neapolis archaeological park, the most characteristic part of the old Greek city (Greek theatre, Latomia del Paradiso, Ear of Dionysius, Roman amphitheatre).

Afterwards, the excursion heads toward Ortigia, well known for the ruins of the earliest Greek constructions. The greatest and most singular monument of Ortigia is the cathedral of Syracuse, Saint Lucy.

Another important spot in Ortigia is the Arethusa Fountain, a freshwater spring forming a natural pool with papyrus plants, situated on a wide terrace overlooking the sea.

Afterwards, visit to a baroque town: Noto, one of the most important in Sicily.

Return to Taormina in the late afternoon.

Meeting Point
  • 7.05 Eli Hotel
  • 7.15 Capo dei Greci
  • 7.15 Baia Tao
  • 7.22 Let Marmista
  • 7.23 Let.2° Pass a Livello
  • 7.25 Let Delle Palme
  • 7.27 Let Bivio Gallodoro
  • 7.30 Let Antares
  • 7.34 Caparena
  • 7.37 Bay Palace
  • 7.40 Funivia
  • 7.42 La Plage
  • 7.50 Tao (Bus Terminal)
  • 7.53 Tombe Bizantine
  • 8.00 Capotaormina
  • 8.03 Corallo (Sulla Strada)
  • 8.07 San Giovanni
  • 8.12 Caesar Palace
  • 8.15 Recanati
  • 8.18 Rotonda Nike
  • 8.20 Sporting Baia

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