Sicily

Sobre Sicily

Part Europe and part Africa, Sicily (Sicilia) was the ancient crossroads of the Mediterranean. Its progression of colonizers left behind a rich and varied legacy, affecting language, customs, cooking, art, architecture – even DNA. It is said that less Italian blood flows through Sicilian veins than Phoenician, Greek, Arab, Norman, Spanish and French. Sicily’s ruins are among the most spectacular in the ancient Greek world, rivaling Athens. Arab influence can be seen in Sicily’s love of ornamentation. The Normans left magnificent cathedrals. Sicilian Baroque ties directly to 17th century Viceregal Spain. Spicy, exotic Sicilian cuisine harkens to Africa. Taken together with breathtaking landscapes and magnificent beaches – Sicily is irresistible!

Expand your horizons… Sicily is the largest island of the Mediterranean, separated from the toe of Italy’s boot by the Strait of Messina, only 3 km wide at its narrowest point. Air service joins it to all major cities in Italy, and ferry service connects Messina to Reggio Calabria, and Palermo to Genoa or Naples. Combine Sicily easily with the Riace Bronzes in Reggio Calabria, in Calabria; and with Naples, the Amalfi Coast and the Isle of Capri, in Campania; with Cinque Terre, in Liguria; connect by frequent air to Rome or Milan.

Note: All driving tours feature English-speaking drivers and are private unless otherwise mentioned. Tours are priced based on pick-up point and number of participants. All sightseeing tours are accompanied by expert local guides.

Excursiones en Sicily

Tour Virtual de la Catedral de Palermo EN VIVO

45 minutos

Sicilia: Un Tributo – 10 dias

10 dias

Excursión de un día al Monte Etna

8 horas

Recorrido de la película «El Padrino» en un Fiat 500 Vintage descapotable

3.5 horas

Excursión de un día al Monte Etna con visita a una bodega de Vinos

8 horas

Descubriendo lo esencial del sur de Sicilia

8-10hrs

Clase de Cocina de grupo reducido en Taormina

5hrs

Islas Eolias en Yate

8hrs

Ragusa Ibla y Modica, Patrimonio de la UNESCO, en el sur de Sicilia

8-10hrs

Recorrido Privado a pie por Siracusa

6hrs

Recorrido a pie para Descubrir Palermo

3.5hrs

Recorrido de Comida Callejera por Palermo

3hrs

Agrigento y el Valle de los Templos

6hrs