Cultural & Theme Tours in Messina
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Tour description

This 7 hours tour will start from our beautfiul Messina towards Montalbano Elicona- Italy's most beautiful village in 2015, where we will discover the history and monumental richness of this site having also the oportunity to taste some of the typical products of the area in a local restaurant. You will have the chance to visit the main attraction of this village - the castle of Montalbano - where our guide, wearing medieval clothes, will make you live the past of this important stronghold.

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: La Madonnina del Porto, Messina, Province of Messina, SicilyThe stele was raised by the will of Archbishop Angelo PainoPass By: Fontana di Nettuno, Messina, Province of Messina, SicilyThe fountain of Neptune is the second fountain created in Messina by Giovanni Angelo MontorsoliPass By: Chiesa di S. Francesco all'Immacolata, Messina, Province of Messina, SicilyIt is an impressive temple, the second in size for the churches of MessinaStop At: Tempio Votivo di Cristo Re, Messina, Province of Messina, SicilyThe Sanctuary of Cristo re is located in the panoramic point of the city where we will do a short stop at the end of our tour. Duration: 15 minutesStop At: Borgo Medievale, Montalbano Elicona, Province of Messina, SicilyA medieval village within which is located a beautiful Norman Castle Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Castello di Federico II, Montalbano Elicona, Province of Messina, SicilyThe castle of Montalbano Elicona was born as a defensive garrison on a pre-existing Arab-Byzantine fort, in an area crossed by ancient military and commercial roads.Duration: 1 hour

What's included

  • Bottled water
  • Food tasting
  • Driver/guide
  • Local guide
  • Professional guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Port pickup and drop-off
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Entry/Admission - Borgo Medievale

What's not included

  • Drinks
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities