If you are passionate about the stories of Commissioner Montalbano, this is definitely the tour for you!
The most devoted will have noticed that the places described in the books and those seen in the TV series do not always coincide. In fact the area of the Agrigento described in the novels was "poor" from the scenographic point of view...Read more
The birthplace of the famous Sicilian playwright Luigi Pirandello (1867 - 1936) welcomes a vast collection of photographs, reviews and awards, first editions of books with autographed dedications, paintings, and posters of the most famous works, as well as temporary exhibitions dedicated to the Master. Overlooking the sea, on the outskirts of...Read more
Recognized as the true attraction of Syracuse, the Archaeological Park of Neapolis contains famous masterpieces from both the Greek and Roman periods, testimonies of the millennial history of the city It is the most famous monument of the archaeological park and is one of the largest and most important in the ancient world. It has ancient...Read more
At the 'Technoparco Archimede' museum of Syracuse you will embark on a journey discovering Technology. A visit to the museum will reveal the extraordinary legacy left by the great Syracusan scientist's studies and inventions.
Here you can see replicas and models of scale instruments of the 3rd century B.C; see the replicas and scale...Read more
Nature, art and history are the three ingredients of Taormina's international success that make the Pearl of the Ionian one of the most sought-after destinations since modern tourism exists. In particular, its Teatro Antico is the main attraction that has always conquered generations and generations of visitors. The panoramic points offered by...Read more
Discover the treasures of Syracuse, Ortigia with this fantastic 1-day tour with an expert guide. Explore the UNESCO site in Syracuse with its archaeological site, admire a magical source in Ortigia and be enchanted by the spectacular baroque architecture of the historic...Read more
10 minutes walk from the Cathedral square you find the Monastery of San Nicolò l’Arena, a late baroque monument and one of the biggest Benedictine monastery in Europe. The construction of the building started in 1500 and has continued until today. It is an example of architectonical integration of different styles through different epochs. ...Read more
In 1975, Antonio Pasqualino founded the International Puppet Museum in his native Palermo, creating a home for the Pupi marionettes as well as for the large collection of puppetry material from several European countries and the Far East, including France, Spain, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, and many others.