Taormina, Sicily Overview

With the smoking cone of Mt. Etna as a backdrop, the chic resort of Taormina, is absolutely stunning. The town's ancient Greek theater is a wonder. Built in the third century B.C., with apparently perfect acoustics, it is still used today for open-air concerts. Spend some leisurely time along the Corso Umberto, where there are many interesting places to shop and dine.

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Taormina and Castelmola Private Tour

In Taormina, you will walk through the town enjoying the beauty of the historical center where the c...

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Volcano Etna Private Tour

Etna, besides being the highest active volcano in Europe, is a place of great charm that allows you...

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Siracusa and Ortigia Private Tour

In Syracuse you will visit the wonderful Neapolis Archaeological Park for a walk immersed in the his...

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Volcano Etna and Taormina Private Tour

Ascending the southern slope of Mount Etna, we will cross the lava flow of 1983 and 2002, and see up...

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by JohnM78

A beautiful port just to explore on your own. The shops and restaurants were great and we enjoyed wondering the town. We also look a cable car down to the beach and explored the Roman Amphitheater with view of Mt Etna. Beautiful!!

Visited: Oct 08, 2011

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by GrammaJammah

I think that Taormina was my favorite port (and Dubrovnik.) What a beautiful medieval city built into the beautiful cliffs! The Greco-Roman Theater was incredible and walking through the town gate before the shops were open was a true highlight. The tour progressed to Mt Etna which was erupting!!!!! This was an amazing day! We will definitely return!!!!

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