Portfolio Category: Archaeological Tours

Syracuse

A World Heritage Site, Syracuse is one of the island’s most popular destinations. This 2700 year old city stood among the most powerful and prosperous cities of Europe. If the splendor of Syracuse as a Greek city could hardly be matched, the Roman, Byzantine, Gothic-Catalan, Norman and Renaissance treasures that are still available to us…
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Taormina

Taormina is one of the most important tourist destinations in Italy, and for good reasons. It has long been a popular destination for vacationers, and artists, musicians and writers of international renown, as well as Hollywood stars, all sojourned in this little town, bewitched by a unique panorama spanning the Ionian Sea and the Etna.…
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Agrigento

A private tour of the Valley of the Temples in the company of a licensed guide specialized in archeology is quasi mandatory if you are passionate about ancient Greek colonies in Sicily. Following its foundation by the Greeks in 581 B.C.E,  Agrigento quickly became an important trading center between Europe and Africa. A private tour…
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Segesta

Segesta was once an important town for the Elymnians, immigrants from Italy around the 12th century B.C.E. What is left of the strongly hellenized town is a grand temple of Doric style – whose dedication is unknown – and a superb open-air theatre. These are two important reminders of the strong Greek presence and influence in that…
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