Take a Sicilian History Tour
Sicily is a beautiful island known for its rich cultural heritage, breathtaking coastline, delicious food, history, architecture, and many other attractions. And all of it is combined in one simple-to-plan vacation!
There are several types of historical guided tours you can take. Let’s dive into them.
The Classic Tour
The Classic Historical tour includes a number of destinations that are architectural in nature, such as the Roman ruins of Bom Jesus and the Duomo, or St. Peter’s Basilica and St. Vitra, respectively.
The destinations include Taormina, Catania, Ragusa, ousse, Islas Canela, Capri, Messina, Ragusa, and the countryside of Caltanissetta.
Each day will allow you to explore a different region of Sicily. One of the highlights of classic Sicilian food tours is Taormina, the cultural center of Sicily.
The Mediterranean Tour
Sicily’s Mediterranean Coastline has some of the world’s best-preserved Greek temples. The island’s most famous attraction, Monte Tauro, or Grand Harbour, attracts thousands of tourists every year.
Monte Tauro boasts two world class museums, the Uffizi Museum and the Aquarium, both of which are home to some of the best preserved Greek temples in the world.
For a more intimate Sicily experience, take one of Sicily’s best-preserved Greek temples such as the Temple of Artemis at Caltanissetta.
The Agrigento Tour
Most travelers to Sicily go to the island via plane, as flying is not possible for the smaller commercial airlines.
To make your Sicily vacation even more memorable, consider taking a trip aboard a train, cruise ship, or bus tour. You can also tour Sicily’s large number of Greek temples with Agrigento tour packages.
Agrigento is home to the world’s oldest city, Palos del Ingles, which is bustling with exciting attractions and ancient ruins.
If you are looking for a great destination for your family vacation then you may want to consider traveling to Sicily. The landscape of Sicily is one that is unlike any other and is unlike anything else in the world.
Located between the Aeolian and the Mediterranean oceans, this beautiful island offers a range of attractions for people who want a relaxing getaway or even for those looking for a place to visit with a special couple that is special in their own minds.
When it comes to deciding which attractions to visit when traveling to Sicily, there are literally thousands of things to see and things to do.
Many tourists are interested in visiting the historic cities of Zanturia and Palermo. There are also plenty of modern-day sights to check out, with many famous landmarks such as the Duomo, St Mark’s Square, the Old Cathedral and much more to see and do.
When deciding on whether to go on holiday to Sicily, you may want to consider how cheap your travel can be when going to Sicily. With many visitors wanting to travel to Sicily during the summer months, you should find that you can save a lot of money on accommodation, food and of course travel by choosing to go during the winter months.