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¡Llegue a la cima del volcán! Disfrute de las últimas erupciones de lava y los cráteres antiguos en el Refugio Sapienza. Suba a la cumbre con un teleférico y un jeep con guía (opcional). Viaje a Monte Zoccolaro para observar el hermoso Valle del Bove. Conozca Zafferana, un pequeño pueblo famoso por la producción de miel y visite una de las más famosas empresas productoras de miel orgánica, quesos y vinos.

Comienza la visita en la Plaza Stesicoro, ubicada en el anfiteatro romano que data del siglo II. Pasando por la Via Etna, llegará a la Via dei Crociferi, una de las más hermosas calles barrocas de Italia, llena de iglesias, cerrada en el norte con el portal de Villa Cerami y en el sur con el arco de San Benito. Verá la Plaza de la Universidad con su imponente Palacio de la Universidad Central. El recorrido continúa con la Plaza Vincenzo Bellini, la Piazza Duomo, el característico mercado de pescado y el Castillo Ursino.

Meeting/ Pick up point: At the reception of the customers' hotel in Catania. Attention some of the hotels are on request. For the moment the guaranteed pick up are from the following hotels:

Nettuno – Romano Palace – Parco degli Aragonesi – Le Dune pick up for Catania day excursion at 08:45
Nettuno – Romano Palace – Parco degli Aragonesi – Le Dune pick up for Catania night excursion at 15:45

Grand hotel Excelsior – Romao House – Nh Bellini – Katane – Liberty – Una Palace – Mediterraneo – Manganelli – Stesicorea pick up for Catania day excursion at 09:00

Grand hotel Excelsior – Romao House – Nh Bellini – Katane – Liberty – Una Palace – Mediterraneo – Manganelli – Stesicorea pick up for Catania night excursion at 16:00
Duration: Approximately 4 hours
Start or opening time: Tour operates daily. Catania day: pick up between 08.45 and 09.00 hours. Catania night: pick up between 15.45 and 16.00 hours
Languages: Italian, French, English, German, Spanish

Visit the best conserved Greek architectural site in the Mediterranean Basin: The Valley of the Temples, which is one of the most famous sites in Sicily’s UNESCO Patrimony. The Valley is amongst the most evocative sites of the Greek world and one of the most impressive complexes outside the Greece.

We will visit the temples which stand on the high ridge overlooking the sea, walking the Sacred Way and discovering the magnificence of the Concordia Temple, which was converted in a Christian church in the 6th century and because of that spared from much of the devastation which afflicted the site over the centuries. Also you will walk between the Temple of Zeus ruines, the largest temple built by the Greeks, destroyed to build the harbor of the near town of Porto Empedocle.

After lunch we will Visit the famous “Villa Romana del Casale” at Piazza Armerina which keeps the finest collection of Roman polychrome mosaics, depicting scenes of hunting and recreation, and also representing mythological and historical episodes.

Este día completo incluye una gran excursión al aire libre por las maravillas de la naturaleza y la oportunidad de disfrutar de una de las zonas turísticas más entretenidas de Sicilia. Visite las únicas gargantas de Alcantara y, a continuación, recorra el corazón de la isla de camino hacia el Monte Etna, el volcán activo más alto de Europa. La vista desde el estacionamiento de autobuses es sorprendente.

Discover the beautiful mix of Greek, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque art just waiting to be explored in Syracuse. Join a full day tour and bring this ancient city to life.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* See the largest Greek theatre in Sicily
* Amble through the historic centre
* Soak up the charm of Sicily

Syracuse is steeped in rich legends and history like a true Greek drama that your guide will bring to life before your eyes. Visit the famous archaeological site and imagine tragedies being acted out at the largest Greek theatre in Sicily, walk amongst impressive ruins and poke your head in the cave of Dionysius’ Ear, where every prisoner’s whisper was carried to the surface because of its acoustics.

For the second part of the tour we visit the bustling historic centre located on the island of Ortigia. Wander along its cobbled streets soaking up its charm as we head to the majestic cathedral built upon layer and layer of history. Whilst in the centre, don’t miss out on the town’s enchanting shops and cafes to capture the essence of Italy.

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Este solía ser el país de la Mafia. De hecho, Hollywood descendió a esta parte del mundo para rodar escenas de la trilogía del padrino. Recorra algunas de las aldeas de montaña. Conozca la pequeña Savoca y su famosa iglesia gracias a ser el escenario donde se casó Michael Corleone (interpretado por Al Pacino). Incluso si usted no es fan de las películas de El Padrino, disfrutará igualmente de las inigualables vistas que estos pueblos de acantilados ofrecen.

If you want to understand a whole country then have a look on its capital, and this is even more true here in Sicily. Walking though the capital's busy streets is like leafing through a history book. Here the architectures mix in Gothic, Norman and Baroque styles but it's the Moorish and Arabs who have left the strongest trace. The guide will explain some of the city's wonders and a stroll at your own pace will allow you to take in the flavours of this magnificent city. Time for shopping is also allowed.

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Perched on a clifftop overlooking two sweeping bays, the town of Taormina is one of the prettiest in Italy. Dating back as far as 358 BC, it's home to some of the most well-preserved buildings, medieval courtyards and historic landmarks in this corner of the world. This trip starts with some free time to wander around. Sip a cappuccino in the Piazza Nove Aprile, browse the chic boutiques, or check out the town's star attraction :its ancient Greek-Roman theatre. Once you've had your fill of sightseeing, it's on to Mount Etna :Europe's highest volcano. Its summit measures up at 3,330 metres above sea level, but the coach will only take you up to 1,900 metres. When you get there, you'll grab a cable car or an all-terrain vehicle and journey up to 2,900 metres.

On this trip, you'll discover the best of the Aeolian Islands, a cluster of picturesque isles just off the north-east coast of Sicily. Things kick off early in the morning, so you can watch the sunrise en route to Lipari, the largest of the islands. You'll catch a ferry from Milazzo harbour, soaking up panoramic views of the rugged coast as you glide through the water. When you arrive in Lipari, your guide will steer you through the narrow, winding streets, pointing out important landmarks among the terracotta-topped buildings. You'll also get to admire the town's cathedral and museum. After the tour, you'll have time to stop for an espresso in one of the cafés and to rummage the souvenir shops for rosaries and ornaments. Then, it's back on the ferry and on to neighbouring Vulcano. This volcanic isle is rich in sulphur vapours, and it's a great place for a mud bath. You can smother yourself in the thick, creamy stuff, before rinsing off in the sea. It's said to do wonders for your skin, and you'll head back to the mainland feeling fresh and rejuvenated. There's also a black-sand beach here, so if you prefer, you can just relax by the shore, instead.

Perched on a clifftop overlooking two sweeping bays, the town of Taormina is one of the prettiest in Italy. Dating back as far as 358 BC, it's home to some of the most well-preserved buildings, medieval courtyards and historic landmarks in this corner of the world. This trip starts with some free time to wander around. Sip a cappuccino in the Piazza Nove Aprile, browse the chic boutiques, or check out the town's star attraction :its ancient Greek-Roman theatre. Once you've had your fill of sightseeing, it's on to Mount Etna :Europe's highest volcano. Its summit measures up at 3,330 metres above sea level, but the coach will only take you up to 1,900 metres. When you get there, you've got a couple of hours to soak up the views.

The Madonie Mountains' nature reserve covers an area of 40,000 hectares. All vine-covered peaks, thick woodland and tucked-away villages, it offers up a snapshot of rural Sicilian life. You'll get to explore the region from the comfort of a coach on this tour, soaking up the views on your way to the hilltop village of San Mauro. This pretty medieval hamlet is set 1,015 metres above sea level, so you can look forward to breathtaking views over the valleys below. You'll have about an hour here to check out the old architecture and browse the little shops, before heading to the Trattoria La Possada in the village of Karsa. Here, you'll be introduced to some of the local specialities on a cooking course with Mrs Rosa. She'll demonstrate three different starters, using fresh seasonal ingredients, and you'll get to taste the finished product :alongside other Italian staples like pasta and meat :when you sit down to dinner. For the main course, you'll try a warm vegetable omelette with a tomato sauce. Once you've had your fill of local cuisine, there'll even be time for some dancing.

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Sicily’s Aeolian Islands have been pushed well and truly into the spotlight. These days fashion designers and pop singers are swapping glitz and glamour for the simplicity of these tiny islands. All withe-washed villages, olive groves and beautiful flowering plants, these rocky islets are the epitome of Munchkinland cuteness. Maybe head to aptly named Vulcano, where the big draws are the mud baths and a volcano that belches sulfurous smoke out in dragon puffs.

This full day includes a great outdoor excursion into the wonders of nature and an opportunity to enjoy one of most impressive Sicily's icon. We will have a first stop to visit the Alcantara Gorges (optional descent, not included), where the river dug a stunning canyon into the lava stones, and then we will aim to the pulsing and flaming heart of the island.

On the way to reach Rifugio Sapienza, which is located at 2000 Mt above sea level, the guide will talk you of some interesting facts about the mountain, which is highest active volcano in the European continent . Once you'll get there you'll enjoy the unique view which is definitely amazing. Time is allowed for the optional ascent up to 2900 Mt (not included).

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We’re going to make you an offer you can’t refuse…. Hardly any of our guests miss this trip! It's laid back, fun, guided by one of us and takes in some breathtaking scenery along with some hair raising bends! Well, this used to be Mafia country, after all. In fact, Hollywood descended on this part of the world to film scenes for the Godfather trilogy.

This tour takes in some of the mountain villages that made it into the silver screen. Relive some of the Godfather scenes on the spot, Sit in Marlon Brando's chair in the famous Bar Vitelli, walk down in the alleys in Al Pacino's footsteps and enter in the Church used in the film. This trip definitely will be an offer you can't refuse!

Little more than ghost towns, they’re virtually abandoned these days. There’s little Savoca, where you’ll find the church Michael Corleone – played by Al Pacino- got married in. And Medieival Forza d’Agrò , where you’ll see the church of Annuncation, also of Godfather fame. Even if you’re not a fan of the films, the views from these cliff top villages are second to none.

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A holiday to Sicily isn’t complete without getting up close to Europe’s tallest active volcano, the magnificent Mount Etna. And there’s no better time to see it than at sunset. Heading off in the afternoon as a group of just 19, you’ll be picked up from your resort by minibus for a scenic drive through the countryside and up the mountain. The terrain gets rockier the further up you get, so around half way there you’ll swap from the bus to a 4-wheel drive. At two points during the journey, you’ll have some free time to explore this lava-devastated, almost lunar landscape at your own pace. Make sure you’re wearing comfortable walking shoes and warm layers – it gets cold at such a high altitude. When you’re almost at the top, an expert alpine guide will take you on foot to the highest accessible point, where you’ll watch the sun set from almost 3,000 metres up. Afterwards, you’ll head back down the mountain, stopping off a

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