According to Tito Livio, Syracuse is the finest and noblest between the Greek cities. Only in Syracuse you can live unrepeatable experiences capable to captivate the most hurried of travelers..

Syracuse has been Sicilian, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Norman, Swabian, Aragonese, Catalan, Bourbon, and its many historical realities of these preserves rich and fascinating evidence.

To be seen:

  • The Archaeological Museum, one of the world's most important and modern exhibition concept. Among the many exhibits and valuable, we note the Venus Anadyomene;
  • The Ear of Dionysius, the cave in which the tyrant Dionysius did reseal the prisoners to learn their speeches thanks to the phenomenon of amplification of the sounds that the particular shape gives the cavern;
  • The Greek Theatre, the most prestigious monuments of the whole greek Western world. Since 1914 the National Institute of Ancient Drama organizes classical performances in which relive the tragedies of Sophocles, Aeschylus and Euripides;
  • The Cordari Cave, very wide excavation, whose vault intact, irregular and resting on slender pillars, shows that proceeded the excavation work;
  • The Apollo Temples (VII seca.C.), Athena (V sec.a.C.), Zeus (V sec.a.C), the Altar of Hieron (III sec.a.C.) and the ancient Latomie;
  • The complex catacomb, one of the largest existing. In the adjoining medieval crypt to the catacomb of St. John perhaps prayed Saint Lucia, virgin and martyr of Syracuse who suffered martyrdom during the persecution of Diocletian;
  • Ortigia Island and its beautiful baroque buildings, its impressive scenic squares. Stratification of centuries make Ortigia a unique and unforgettable scenery.