Visitors to Sicily’s cities may begin to recognize similar styles of architecture from one town to the next. This is called Sicilian Baroque, a unique style that had an opportunity to spread quickly through the island during a massive rebuilding ... 

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4 star rating: Recommended
September 2014

This was a very interesting trip. Noto was well worth a visit but too much of the information was in Italian and not much in English. The guide was knowledgeable about the history and architecture. We stood outside buildings and churches for a long time and I would have preferred to wander around inside. The mosaics at the Villa were wonderful as was the stop off at Marzamemi which is a non-touristy town where I walked around and had lunch. The coach driver did a great job in getting us back through the Sunday traffic. I will definitely do more trips with Viator. Many thanks

Doing what: Noto and Marzamemi Day Trip from Taormina

4 star rating: Recommended
July 2013

You've been plein air painting in this area, during the Noto Infiorata. School teens were folded on to the main road to fill large drawings on the pavement with colorful fresh flowers. The sourrending countryside was so bright for a us to paint!

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