Discover ancient ruins left over from the Greeks on this private excursion. Enjoy pickup from the Palermo area and head to Agrigento where you can find the UNESCO-listed Temple Valley. Learn about its ancient history and explore its many sites before heading to the seaside to see the white cliffs dubbed as the ‘Turkish Stairway.”
Discover the flavors of Sicily with this olive oil, salt, and wine tour from Palermo. Taste delicious local wines at a vineyard in Marsala, admire the distinctive salt-producing lagoon in the Stagnone Nature Reserve, and enjoy a lunch of cheese, meats, olives, local bread, and homemade olive oil. Visit an impressive Doric temple in Segesta before your tour concludes.
Sicily is home to some of the most spectacular Greek and Roman archaeological sites in Italy, but visiting on your own means navigating the island’s confusing rural roads. With this tour, reach Villa Romana Del Casale in Piazza Armerina and the Valley of Temples in Agrigento with a private driver for a stress-free jaunt through ancient history, taking in these remarkable ruins at your own pace.
This tour aims to offer a complete experience for both your eyes and your palate. You will visit some of the most beautiful places, cities, villages in Western Sicily: rich in history, culture and art. Palermo, Monreale, Mondello, Erice, Segesta, Trapani, Cefalù, Castelbuono, The Saline with Their different colors. You will taste the typical Cannoli, the Marsala, the Almond sweets in Erice, the cheeses and the artisanal Salami in Castelbuono, the street food in Palermo, fish dishes in Trapani and the foods that made us famous in the world.
Southeastern Sicily is filled with stunning architecture, ancient ruins, and seaside views. Take a private tour from Catania to Syracuse, Ortigia, and Noto for a taste of beautiful Sicily and a chance to learn about its history. Ancient Greek and Roman ruins await you in Syracuse while charming streets and beautiful baroque architecture lie in Ortigia and Noto.
Explore two of Italy's greatest archeological sites on this exciting guided tour of the Valley of the Temples and Villa Romana del Casale. Leave Taormina with a local guide and be prepared to get very acquainted with Ancient Greek statuary and architecture, as well as, as centuries-old monuments from the Roman Empire. See the amazing collection of mosaics and even an ancient hunting lodge.
Discover the ancient origins of Sicily during this private sightseeing tour from the Palermo region. Visit the town of Erice, famous for its sweet confections and for being associated with the goddess of fertility. Then, see ancient Greek ruins in the towns of Segesta and Selinunte and learn about the indigenous people of Sicily. This is not a guided tour but a private, English-speaking driver is included.
The private tour of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento at sunset is a unique experience because it contains nature, archeology, history, mythology and the magic of a unique place in the world.
You will be accompanied to discover the most suggestive corners and the most fascinating stories on the ancient Akragas.
The sunset tour will leave you breathless and is the best way to visit the Valley of the Temples in Summer, in the most beautiful moment of the day: the blue hour!
Entrusting yourself to an official archaeologist and guide will allow you to concentrate exclusively on your experience and let yourself be transported back 2600 years; my stories will do the rest!
Discover a number of western Sicily’s most popular destinations on this full-day tour from Palermo. Meet your guide at your accommodation, climb aboard a climate-controlled minivan, and head first to Segesta, where you’ll explore the ancient Greek amphitheater and temple (entry own expense). Then, discover the medieval town of Erice, enjoy a traditional Sicilian lunch (own expense) in Saline, and finish with a walking tour of the elegant city of Trapani.
Spend a day discovering an excavated Roman villa and UNESCO-listed temples on a full-day tour of Villa Romana del Casale and the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento. After leaving Palermo with your driver, you’ll travel to Piazza Armerina to explore the famous mosaic-embellished Roman villa. Stop for lunch in the town, then continue to the Valley of the Temples to discover a world of Greek mythology, tyrannical rulers, and ruins. A guide is included at Agrigento if your group has six people or more.
Take a tour of three southeastern Sicilian cities on this private tour with hotel or port pick up. See ancient Greek and Roman ruins at the Neopolis Archeological Park in Syracuse; stroll through the small streets of the island of Ortigia and shop for Sicilian products; and discover the UNESCO-listed baroque architecture of Noto, including its magnificent cathedral.
From the classical era to the eighteenth century, among religious buildings and burials, grandiose Roman monuments and underground rivers, popular legends and historical documents ... A fascinating itinerary to retrace all the eras of the Etna city. The traces of a Catania of the past that continues to live under our feet, hidden from our eyes
The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Sicily’s most impressive archeological sites, and visiting on a private tour means you can explore at your own pace. Benefit from the expertise of your private guide as you discover the ancient Greek city of Akragas; marvel at the temples of Hera (Juno), Concordia, and Herakles; and hear stories that bring the ruins to life.
Syracuse has a world of offering for travelers: one of Sicily’s greatest archeological sites, colorful markets, and Ortygia, the island-like historical center. With this tour, save time by seeing many of the city’s highlights in one day. Start with a visit to the Neapolis Archeological Park, have a lunch of traditional food products at a city market (your expense), and explore Ortygia. Plus, this tour stands out by making a stop at one of Caravaggio’s paintings and by visiting underground Ortygia.
Pick up at the hotel. Departure to Erice and free time to visit the medieval village.
Continue to Trapani and visit the Saline di Nubia in a charming and colorful atmosphere. Possibility to visit the Salt Museum. Free lunch.
Departure for Segesta and visit of the Archaeological Park (where you can admire the "Temple" and the "Greek Theater").
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Take a private walking tour of the ancient Neapolis Archaeological Park of Syracuse, UNESCO world heritage, and one of the most important archaeological parks of Italy. During this 2 hour private walking tour with a local knowledgeable guide, you will discover the most important ancient Greek and Roman monuments - the Greek Theater, the biggest Greek theater in Sicily, the legendary "Ear of Dionysius", famous for its unique acoustics, the altar of Hiero, and the ancient Greek quarries "Latomie", the Roman amphitheater. Private tour guarantees friendly and relaxed atmosphere and personal attention from your guide. Up to 10 travelers can be accommodated per booking.
Explore the southeastern coast of Sicily on a day trip to Syracuse from Taormina. Led by a professional guide, see the impressive collection of ancient Roman and Greek ruins, soak up scenic views of the water and learn the rich history behind the city from your guide. Visit the archaeological site of Parco Archeologico della Neapolis (own expense) and spend the afternoon discovering Ortygia, Syracuse’s island neighborhood.
Explore the Valley of the Temples with this exclusive tour aboard a modern electric scooter, environmentally friendly and easy to drive. Visit the entire archaeological area located along the Via Sacra, admiring the ancient temples and many other interesting places on the way.
Furthermore, you can also take the green routes, designed to allow you to enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside, dotted with almond trees and ancient olive groves. Here you could explore the ancient Roman roads, such as Cardo I.
The guided tour offers you the unique opportunity to visit both the picturesque landscapes and the ancient monuments, framed by the sea, the earth and the sky. During your adventurous experience, you will visit the Temple of Hera Lacinia, ancient fortifications and tome, the Temple of Concordia, the Temple of Hercule Victor and the gorges of Girgentana.
tourist and cultural activities bicycle rental pedal assistance . The bikes are brand Atala and Lombardo mark of excellence of Made in Italy . The tour is accompanied by an authorized tourist guide that will accompany the group between the streets of Syracuse and the old town of the Ortigia island. The group of tourists will depart by bicycle from Via della Dogana n.15 to the island of ortigia and visit the monuments of the Greek period of the Apollo temple, the baroque square of the cathedral, the Aretusa source, the Jewish baths, the narrow streets and the baroque courtyards. The tour can be in Italian, English, German and French.
Say arrivaderci for the day to Taormina and spend some time in Palermo and Cefalù on this intriguing guided day trip. Discover the unique architecture, influenced by the Normans and the Arabs, and learn about the long and interesting history of both places. With your expert local guide, stroll the streets of both cities, taking in the Il Capo market in Palermo and the main cathedral in Cefalù.
The tour the Arab-Norman and Baroque Palermo, is the classic itinerary to learn about the beauties and the main wonders of the historic center of Palermo, the largest in Europe.
The tour winds through rich monumental squares, Arab-Norman churches, Baroque churches, on a journey of about 2 km on foot, and lasts about 3 hours.
Some of Sicily’s most important archaeological and architectural treasures are located in Syracuse, Ortygia, and Noto, but the logistics of visiting all three in one day can be tricky. With this tour, save hours with convenient hotel pickup in Taormina and private transportation all day. Stop at the Neapolis Archaeological Park in Syracuse to explore on your own, and then enjoy free time to sightsee and shop in Ortygia and Noto.
Visit two Sicilian cities in one day on this full-day tour from Taormina. Spend the morning exploring the Greek ruins and the island of Ortigia in historic Syracuse, enjoy free time for lunch, then visit the Baroque town of Noto, a UNESCO World Heritage site.