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Live authentic Italian experiences.Visit a famous Sicilian winery, learn the secrets of local winemakers and enjoy a typical full lunch with friends and family.
Exclusive excursion to the Wildlife Oasis of Vendicari, a beautiful paradise in the South-East cost of Sicily, led by an expert naturalistic guide. Afterwards, visit the little charmed town of Noto, known for its Baroque faÃ§ades, so typical of the
A tour to discover two wonderful Baroque towns that belong to the 'Late Baroque Towns of the Val di Noto' Unesco Heritage site. Light lunch based on typical Sicilian food is included. The tour will be operated as a full day tour from Syracuse.
Siracusa small group food and wine tour: taste a cooked fresh fish, typical sicilian appetizers, homemade Sicilian pastries, fragrant Siracusa wine and liquors.
Nice historical site with some of the best preserved ancient Greek temples.
A nifty site but just mostly rubble without much explanation. Whish there was more historical context to read.
The 7th century BC ruins are located right next to the markets, and you probably only need a few minutes to admire what remains. You would barely know the significance of the attraction based on the signage around the monument. You can admire the temple from the rails erected to protect the site.
Easy to miss and walk past. It's free and a significant piece of architectural history worth seeing.
Good spot for start your ancient journey in Ortigia.