Visit Siracusa, a wonderful ancient city that belongs to the Unesco heritage. Stroll through the streets of Ortygia Island and visit on your own the Archaeological Park. Enjoy also the visit of the older Noto town which its church were declared Unesco heritage as well as trough the Valley of the Baroque.
Departure from: Palermo Hotel City or Palermo Port.Siracusa tour: belongs to the Unesco heritage, is a wonderful ancient city, founded by colonists from Cornith in 735 B.C. and once the most important competitor to Athens. Stroll through the streets of Ortygia Island, the heart of the city center and visit on your own the Archaeological Park that highlights the Greek Theatre, the Roman Amphitheatre and the Paradise Quarry.Noto tour: It is 32 kilometres southwest of the city of Siracusa at the foot of the Iblean Mountain and gives its name to the surrounding area, Val di Noto. Noto is famous for its fine buildings of the early 18th century, considered among the main masterpieces in the Sicilian Baroque style. It is a place of many religious buildings, there are several palaces, Churches and many others. The old has mixed with the new, and a view from the top of a building on the hill will show the older buildings mixed with new and rebuilt architecture. The Cathedral, began in the early 18th century and was completed in 1776.Ragusa is one of the most picturesque towns in Sicily. The view from the upper town over Ragusa Ibla on its own separate hilltop is quite breathtaking. One of the UNESCO-listed Baroque towns of south-eastern Sicily, Ragusa is also one of the principal filming locations for the Sicilian detective drama Il Commissario Montalbano (Inspector Montalbano), a series which has done wonders for publicising the beauty of this area. With a new airport at Comiso, ten miles away, due to open, this is a tourist destination which is definitely up and coming.Professional driver english speaking is included. Tour Guide (English, French, Spanish or Germany) is NOT included, available on request with a supplement of € 280,00 per tour. Admission fees are not included.