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Taormina: Skip-the-Line Entry Ticket to the Ancient Theater

1. Taormina: Skip-the-Line Entry Ticket to the Ancient Theater

Pre-book your entry ticket to the Ancient Theater of Taormina and enjoy the added perk of skip-the-line entry privileges. Take a stirring journey through the archaeological ruins and enjoy the freedom to explore at your own pace. After the one of Syracusa, the Ancient Theater of Taormina is the largest building for shows in the Italian Peninsula. The archaeological site offers the opportunity to step back into the past as well as enjoy the views of the surrounding landscapes. The Greek building, built in a dominant position, dates back, by layout, to the III-II century B.C., but the monument you can admire today appears in the forms acquired in the roman imperial age under the emperor Trajan or Hadrian. It becomes an amphitheater under the emperor Caracalla and, in the same period, the orchestra was converted into an arena to host gladiator fights. After centuries of neglect, in 1465, part of the monument was used as a palace of residence of the Zumbo family.

Agrigento: Valley of the Temples Entrance Ticket & Pemcards

2. Agrigento: Valley of the Temples Entrance Ticket & Pemcards

Take a stirring journey through the archaeological ruins at Agrigento with a skip-the-line entry to the Valley of the Temples. Immortalize your visit with Pemcards -- a digital photo that you can send as a real postcard to anywhere in the world.Discover the immense artistic and archaeological heritage of Sicily as you explore the site which extends over approximately 1,300 hectares. Learn about a millenary history that began in the 6th-century BC with the foundation of the ancient Greek colony of Akragas.See the terraced levels of the site that used to be a center of the public life of the ancient Greco-Romans and marvel at the aqueducts. Walkthrough the core of the archaeological site of Agrigento, passing magnificent temples such as the Temple to Zeus, Tempio della Concordia, and Tempio di Eracle.Lastly, admire the gymnasium, an ancient location for athletic, educational, and recreational activities.

Agrigento: Valley of the Temples E-Scooter Tour

3. Agrigento: Valley of the Temples E-Scooter Tour

Explore the Valley of the Temples on an exclusive tour by modern electric scooters, which are ecological and easy to drive. Visit the entire archaeological area along the Via Sacra, admiring the ancient temples and many other interesting places along the way. Choose from a 1 or 2-hour tour to suit your schedule.  In addition, you will ride along green routes, specially designed so that you can experience the beautiful nature of the surrounding countryside, dotted with almond trees and ancient olive groves. Here you can explore ancient Roman roads such as Cardo I, the remains of the ancient Greek theater, and the ruins of the necropolis. On your adventurous experience, you will see the the Temple of Hera Lacinia, ancient fortifications and tombs, the Temple of Concordia, the Temple of Hercules Victor, and Girgentana goats.

Taormina: Semi-Submarine Tour

4. Taormina: Semi-Submarine Tour

Nemosub in Taormina with the red submarine. We take you to explore the wonderful sea beds of Giardini Naxos, Taormina and Isola Bella. Nemosub is a unique naturalistic experience, to be lived in the splendid Taormina scenery, in a group with friends or as a family with children.We will take you to visit in order:The vast meadow of oceanic posidonia located in the bay of Giardini NaxosThe cave of loversCapo TaorminaBay of SirensNatural reserve of the beautiful islandThe blue grotto Upon returning, if the weather and sea conditions allow it, there is the possibility of sighting the dolphins that have always populated this stretch of sea in eastern Sicily.

Selinunte: Archeological Park Entry Ticket and Pemcards

5. Selinunte: Archeological Park Entry Ticket and Pemcards

Pre-book your entry ticket for the Selinunte Archeological Park and skip the ticket lines. Discover the immense artistic and archaeological heritage of Sicily at the largest archaeological area in Europe with over 2,500 years of history. Capture your visit with a digital photo postcard. Founded by the colonists of Megara Hyblea, Selinunte takes its name from Selinon, the wild parsley. The archaeological site features sanctuaries, the necropolis, the caves of Cusa, seven temples, and more. Some of the sites are still in good condition, offering an opportunity to see examples of architecture built according to a strict Doric order, the oldest Greek architectural style. After your visit, send your friends or family a Pemcard (included), a digital photo that you can send just like a real postcard to anywhere in the world.

From Catania: Hydrospeed at the Alcantara Gorges

6. From Catania: Hydrospeed at the Alcantara Gorges

A unique fun, pure adrenaline in the rapids of this fascinating basalt canyon, where you can combine this amazing sport with the wonderful natural setting of the Alcantara Park Nature Reserve. Arriving at the Alcantara Gorges River Park aboard our mini-van, and after a short briefing in which you will be given information on how to carry out the activity, you will set off towards the starting point of this adventure. You will continue wearing the technical equipment that we will provide you, and then launch yourself along the descent of the river. Hydrospeed is a discipline that is practiced through the use of a small bob with a dual function: both for buoyancy and for protection against shocks along the descent. You will then carry out the descent of the river in complete safety, equipped with a bob, neoprene wetsuit, helmet and life jacket you will be ready for this adrenaline rush, a descent in which the river bed changes constantly, from large spaces with a fairly slow descent, at times of faster descent, icy rapids and jumps between the basaltic conformations. A truly unique experience that will allow you to enjoy, in addition to the adrenaline of the rapids, also the wonderful natural views of this fantastic park. A canyon carved into the basalt by the incessant erosion of the river, its crystal clear waters, its pristine landscapes, where Mediterranean scrub and native fauna live unchallenged and preserved by human action.

Trapani: 2-Hour Salt Flats Tour

7. Trapani: 2-Hour Salt Flats Tour

Nature and tradition come together on this 2-hour guided tour of the Trapani salt flats. Join a local guide who will explain the tradition of salt-making while exploring a family-owned salt pan. Enter the salt museum inside a renovated old mill to see the tools and even try some samples of flavored salt. Visit 3 different salt plans while keeping an eye out for flocks of flamingos. These migratory birds change color over time and have been known to make the flats their temporary home. At the end of the day, walk along the edge of the flats and admire the reflection of the afternoon sun in the salt pools. The tour ends with a return transfer to the meeting point.

Palermo: Agrigento and the Valley of the Temples Day Tour

8. Palermo: Agrigento and the Valley of the Temples Day Tour

Enjoy a scenic drive into the countryside to Agrigento on this full-day excursion from Palmero. Situated on a plateau overlooking the sea, with the Hypsasand the Akragas rivers nearby and a ridge to the north offering a degree of natural fortification, Agrigento was founded in the 6th century BC by Greek colonists from Gela. The excursion includes a short stop for a coffee (not included in the tour price) en route to Agrigento, before arriving at the Valley of the Temples. You can further explore the Hera, Concordia and Apollo temples and Hardcastle villa, with a guidebook that will provide more information about the sites. You’ll have free time to decide on a place for lunch, before your driver takes you to the Agrigento Archaeology Museum, at an additional cost. After exploring the museum’s collections, you’ll be transferred back to Palermo.

3-Hour Messina Segway PT Authorized Tour

9. 3-Hour Messina Segway PT Authorized Tour

On this fun, informative Segway tour, discover the city of Messina, which was entirely rebuilt after the terrible earthquake destroyed it in 1908. Starting from Via Castellammare, near Via Garibaldi, next to the Catalani Church, you will go to the city's commercial center - Piazza Cairoli - and on to Piazza Pugliatti where there the Court of Justice and university are located. Next, move on to Piazza Duomo to admire the fountain of Orion and the Cathedral with its bell tower, famous for its astronomical clock unveiled in 1933 when the reconstruction of the Christian temple was finished. You will see the church S.S. Annunziata dei Catalani, with its beautiful baroque fountains in front. Nearby in Via Lepanto, see the monument dedicated to Don Juan of Austria before proceeding to Piazza Antonello, enclosed by neoclassical palaces. On the way to the medieval church San Francesco d’Assisi, admire the baroque palace Monte di Pietà. Continue through the public gardens to reach Piazza Unità d'Italia, where you will see the Palace of the Government and the fountain of Neptune by Montorsoli. From here, you will ride back to Piazza Municipio, observing the statue of Ferdinand de Bourbon and the Teatro Vittorio Emanuele along the way. Tour itinerary can be modified on-site with your guide to include, for example, shopping at Viale San Martino; a panoramic view from Montalto Church, or the North Coast Museum.

Palermo: Teatro Massimo Opera House Guided Tour

10. Palermo: Teatro Massimo Opera House Guided Tour

Get to know Palermo's famous opera house on this 30 minute guided tour. Explore the stunning auditorium and other rooms of the third largest opera house in Europe. Start your tour in the foyer. Admire the sculptures and bronze-decorated candelabra in this opulent place. Next, move to the auditorium and enjoy the golden stuccoes, wooden decorations, and features in velvet and glass. Visit the stage and see what happens to enable the staging of an opera. Admire the gorgeous royal box, as well as other areas like the Coat of Arms and Pompeian Rooms. Learn fascinating facts about the opera house, and enjoy breathtaking views of Palermo from the building's top.

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We decided to stay 2 nights in Noto (from 10/06 to 12/06/22) to really see it as we enjoy walking the streets and taking in the atmosphere and architecture. We had pre-booked a walking tour guide ( Vittoria) for the first evening at 5.00pm. She was great. It gave us a chance to see most of the notable sights of Noto with recommendations of which buildings to visit during our next free-time day for those that were closed in the evening. She was very informative and we really appreciated our trip to Noto thanks to her. I would highly recommend Vittoria for those visiting Noto.

Wonderful to have skipped the long line by having our digital tickets. It’s an amazing place to visit. Lots of walking so wear good shoes and drink plenty of water in the summertime. The ruins and the park itself are very well maintained and there are places to get a snack or drink along the way. If you are tired at the end and don’t want to walk back you can take a taxi or shuttle cart.

Just back from our trip and thoroughly enjoyed it. Got to try the best ever cannoli and some amazing local cheeses. Loads of interesting facts about Siciliy in general and the visit to the Anti Mafia museum was really informative. Would recommend the trip as not just about the visit to Corleone which was brilliant but loads of other things too.

It's a long bus ride, without commentary, to and from Agrigento (about 2.5 hrs each way), with a utilitarian stop en route. But it's worth it. The guided visit to the temples site was excellent. Our guide is a long-time resident of Agrigento, and she knows her stuff. We were very impressed and enjoyed her tour thoroughly.

Truly amazing and others walking by foot all looked super jealous!