Siracusa

Departure from: Taormina

Period: from April to October

Languages: IT - EN - FR - DE

Days: Tuesday

ADRates Adults € 50.00

CHRates Children N/D

INFRates Infant Free



Main locations and points of interest in the excursion:
Siracusa

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Activities / Features

Incluso prelievo dalle principali strutture ricettive

Included pickup from the main hotels in the area

Visit of the castle

Visit of the castle

Intera giornata

Full day

Visita luoghi di culto

Visit places of worship

Luoghi di interesse storico

Places of historical interest

Tempo per lo Shopping

Time for Shopping


PROGRAMM

Departure at 07.30 *.

Arrival in Syracuse, for several centuries the most powerful city in the world, which Cicero described as "the greatest and most beautiful of all the Greek cities". Syracuse was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. Meeting with the local guide and guided tour of the Archaeological Area of ​​Neapolis: the Roman Amphitheater, the Altar of Hieron II and the caves carved into the rock as the "Ear of Dionysius" and the tomb of Archimedes.Visit of Ortigia and its historic center, with the Cathedral of Santa Maria delle Colonne, built around an ancient Greek temple of Athena. We also visit the Fonte Aretusa: a freshwater spring located near the sea.

Return to the hotel in the second afternoon.

* The departure time varies according to the pick-up point.


THE PRICE INCLUDES Transfer by bus from the hotel, tour leader for the whole day, the local guide authorized for the guided tour of the archaeological areas.
THE PRICE DOESN'T INCLUDE Lunch, entrance to archaeological areas.

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