General

Pick up at your accomodation and departure to Taormina. Taormina is one of the most popular destinations in Sicily since the 19 Von Goethe has dedicated exalting pages to the city in his book entitled “Italian Journey”.
During the early 20th century the town became a colony of expatriate artists, writers and intellectuals. D.H. Lawrence stayed here from 1920 to 1922 and wrote a number of his pomes, novels, short stories and essays.
You will walk with an expert tour guide through the Corso Umberto, the main road, to discover the beauties of the city which reveals a mixture of architectural styles, emblem of an island dominated by many populations, each of them has left its mark. You will visit the ancient theatre, the most remarkable monument of the city, with its stunning view on the Etna and the Ionian coast, the Roman Odeon, the Palazzo Corvaja in gothic-catalan style and many little baroque churches. Taormina is not olnly a city of art and culture, it is also the heart of fashion “made in Italy”. Our guide will give you all the advices you need to shop.

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Duration > about 4 hours Included > transfer and tour guide
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Taormina

TaorminaTaormina is located on the east coast of Sicily about halfway between Messina and Catania on the Ionian Sea. The town itself is perched on a hill about 250 meters above the sea and this provides for some incredibly scenic views from almost anywhere in Taormina. It also has the dubious distinction of sitting practically Read more

Sicily

SicilySicily is the largest of the Italian islands, separated from the Continent by the Strait of Messina and surrounded by the Ionian, the Tyrrhenian and the Mediterranean Seas. It is one of the pearls of Southern Italy and can be discovered, understood and experienced through a series of itineraries dedicated to areas of interest ranging from nature to history and traditions. Nature seems to Read more

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