- Experience the typical Sicilian atmosphere in Taormina on a relaxing walking tour
- Admire the beauty of a Greek theatre
- Discover hidden gems in old town
- Hear local stories and secrets from a licensed guide
Meet your licensed guide at the entrance of the Greek theatre at 5 pm, where you will begin your 1.5-hour Taormina walking tour. Head towards Palazzo Corvaja and pass by the Odeon, a small Roman theater built in the 2nd century but not re-discovered until 1892. Continue with a visit to the magnificent Greek Theatre. Your guide will explain the theater’s history as you marvel at the ancient remains.
After the theater, continue through the heart of Taormina where you’ll enjoy the essence of beautiful Old Town. This part of the city, most alive at night, will engage all of your senses. Stroll along colorful streets lined with flowers and lemon and olive groves, smell the aromas emanating from the traditional Sicilian restaurants, and listen to the music of the live performers. Stop at Belvedere Square along the main street, Corso Umberto, to enjoy the wonderful view of the picturesque coast and the skyline dominated by powerful Mount Etna.
After passing in front of the San Domenico cloister, which has been transformed into a beautiful 5-star hotel, turn your mind back to medieval times and visit important monuments and areas such as Palazzo Duchi di Santo Stefano, Porta Catania, Del Carmine Church and the Duomo Stairs.
Your tour ends in Piazza Duomo, where your guide will leave you with an anecdote about the symbol of Taormina. This is the perfect place to continue your night out in Taormina! During the tour, our guide will answer all of your questions and give you undivided support and advice to help you feel at home in Taormina.
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