Visitare Siracusa e l'isola di Ortigia

THE MOST EVIDENT BEAUTY IS HIDDEN

Visitare Siracusa e l'isola di Ortigia

THE MOST EVIDENT BEAUTY IS HIDDEN

WHAT TO SEE IN SYRACUSE

What to see in Syracuse and throughout the eastern Sicily

What to see in Syracuse, why a visitor should ask this? In fact, they are not many people ask this question, assuming to know, albeit indirectly, all the history and the beauty of the city. But Syracuse is much more!

Described by Cicero as “the largest and most beautiful of all Greek cities,” Syracuse is a city of surprises, a unique and fascinating place. Its territory starts from the sea and beaches of the east coast and, after a flat stretch, begin to climb until you reach the Iblei. Since 2005 it is considered World Heritage by UNESCO, a source of pride in the Sicilian landscape.

It would therefore be useless to make a list of what to see in Syracuse, it might start to dwell too much and to omit from something that could capture the soul of someone.

And then, as I said, every tourist who chooses the eastern Sicily as a destination of their trip already has in mind a list of what to see in Syracuse: Theater Greek island of Ortigia, the Archeological Museum to the beautiful golden beaches to relax .

The philosophy of Secret Syracuse is another!

This site was created to help you discover the hidden side of the city, a journey through the places of interest in Syracuse, able to meet the expectations of tourists who loves to go further.

Put aside the usual tourist itineraries that are on the network and be captivated by something very unexpected, something that, very often, the inhabitants of Syracuse ignore.

And there’s more!

If the charm of Syracuse has won you and want to bring them in for a period of time that goes beyond that of just a vacation, you can organize your event in our Syracuse location to make the most important moments, indelible.

Good journey to discover the hidden beauties of Syracuse!

“Là voi vorreste vivere”. G. D’Annunzio

“Racchiude nelle sue mura una delle più belle Veneri”. Guy de Maupassant

“A Siracusa non c’è un giorno senza sole”. Cicerone

“Dagli antichi è detta per nome Ortigia”. Virgilio

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