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Baroque Noto Private Walking Tour

Baroque Noto Private Walking Tour - Noto, Italy

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Noto, Italy

From USD
$100.76

Discover the enchanting town of Noto, the 'stone garden' of Sicily and Unesco's world heritage due to its impressive baroque architecture. Join this private tour for your family or group of friends and discover this enchanting small town in the province of Syracuse unknown to most of the visitors until a few years ago, when it was reborn after a catastrophic event ... More info ›

Discover the enchanting town of Noto, the 'stone garden' of Sicily and Unesco's world heritage due to its impressive baroque architecture. Join this private tour for your family or group of friends and discover this enchanting small town in the province of Syracuse unknown to most of the visitors until a few years ago, when it was reborn after a catastrophic event. The guide will tell you about the history, the baroque art in Sicily, but also about Sicilian life-style in the past and today.

This tour will take you to discover the marvellous churches and monasteries which surround the main street: San Francesco, Santa Chiara, San Carlo. Get surprised by the impressive cathedral and learn more about its history and admire the beautiful baroque masks on Palazzo Nicolaci's balconies. The tour ends at Hercules' fountain and our guide will be pleased to give you information about typical souvenirs or where to taste the best 'granita' icecream in town.

Meet the guide at the public gardens near the fountain for a 1h30m guided visit. Walking in the shade of enormous ficus trees, the street sellers will invite you to taste all kinds of local products like almonds, capers or dried tomatoes. At the triumph arch the guide will introduce you to the long and various history of Noto. Continue the way following the main street, where you will be surprised by the succession of wonderful baroque buildings. You will enter in the church of St. Chiara, where cloistered nuns passed their life in absolute solitude. Then you will visit the recently restored Cathedral, the town hall and the via Nicolaci where every year, in May, for the 'Infiorata' days, a carpet of flowers covers the street.
With an additional small entrance fee it is possible to visit Palazzo Nicolaci inside, admiring the taste of the eclectic Prince and looking down to people passing by from the balcony from which he used to do so. The tour ends in front of the St. Domenico church where you can also admire the neoclassical theater and the fountain of Hercules. Our guide will not miss to indicate some great places where you can enjoy a 'granita' icecream or a typical Sicilian 'arancino'.

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Noto Walking Tour

Noto Walking Tour  - Noto, Italy
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Noto, Italy

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$52.16

Join this journey through Noto at the hand of a licensed professional tour guide. Join this group tour to discover the most beautiful corners of the European capital of Baroque ... More info ›

Join this journey through Noto at the hand of a licensed professional tour guide. Join this group tour to discover the most beautiful corners of the European capital of Baroque. Traditions, culture, and history are explored, revealing the secrets of one of the most beautiful Sicilian towns.

Noto is a European capital of the Baroque and UNESCO Patrimony since 2002. Noto is one of the most beautiful cities of Sicilian art, as a splendid historical center where you can admire many civil and religious monuments. See Santa Chiara, SS, Salvatore, Cathedral S. Nicolo, Ducezio Palace, Nicolaci Street with its amazing balconies, Nicolaci Palace, Church of Montevergini, Church of San Domenico, Fontana d'Ercole and the Communal Theatre. There will be free time for shopping in the main street. A must-experience is the Sicilian pastry dessert of cannolo (literally meaning 'little tube') or the semi-frozen dessert called Granita, made with sugar, water and flavorings, both originally from Sicily.

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Ragusa Walking tour

Ragusa Walking tour - Ragusa, Italy
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Ragusa, Italy

From USD
$65.20

The city of Ragusa in Italy rises out of rough spurs and river crags on an urban strip with steep declivity. It was an elect ground for architects who accentuated natural irregularities, creating unique connections and monumental effects.

The city is divided into two important areas: Ragusa Superiore, founded after the earthquake in 1693, and Ragusa Inferiore, the original site ... More info ›

The city of Ragusa in Italy rises out of rough spurs and river crags on an urban strip with steep declivity. It was an elect ground for architects who accentuated natural irregularities, creating unique connections and monumental effects.

The city is divided into two important areas: Ragusa Superiore, founded after the earthquake in 1693, and Ragusa Inferiore, the original site. The latter is called Ibla nowadays because, at the beginning of the 20th century, some archaeologists discovered the ruins of Hybla, a village founded by Siculi people about 3000 years ago. Ragusa Superiore and Ragusa Inferiore were separated towns until 1926 when Mussolini decided Ragusa had to be the provincial capital.

We start our visit with a stop to see the panoramic view and the church of Santa Maria delle Scale, whose interior has one nave in gothic catalan style (15th century). Going down toward the old city you find Palazzo della Cancelleria, the Church of Madonna dell’Itria, whose bell tower is decorated by tiles which reproduce Iris plants, and Palazzo Cosentini and its two facades joined by a statue of San Francesco di Paola. Arriving in Piazza della Repubblica you see the church of the Anime Purganti. Its central portal door is decorated by dadoes and the souls in purgatory and on its sides two shell niches hold statues of saint Peter and Saint Paul. Going along via Capitano Bocchieri, you arrive in Piazza Duomo where, at the end of a monumental staircase closed by a wrought iron gate, there is the Church of San Giorgio, a work by Rosario Gagliardi, the most important architect of the Val di Noto. The facade is considered the best example of late baroque art: 3 levels convex in the center and concave to sides animated by free Corinthian columns. 

Crossing Piazza Duomo, enclosed by late baroque and neoclassic edificies, among which are the Circolo di Conversazione and Palazzo Donnafugata, you reach piazza Pola. Here you find the Church of San Giuseppe, built on the ruins of the church of San Tommaso. Its beautiful central door is flanked by statues and Corinthian columns and above it there is a huge central window with grated shutters. Leaving corso 25 aprile you reach the Giardino Ibleo, a beautiful park which hosts inside 3 churches (San Vincenzo, San Giacomo and Cappuccini church) and the Gothic style portal door of the original church of San Giorgio, survived the earthquake in 1693.

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Scicli Walking tour

Scicli Walking tour - Scicli, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Scicli, Italy

From USD
$65.20

Scicli is a town of refined culture, characterized by gullies and grottoes, by beds of torrents and the luxurious vegetation of gardens. Scicli maintains a harmonious relationship between man’s work and the natural environment ... More info ›

Scicli is a town of refined culture, characterized by gullies and grottoes, by beds of torrents and the luxurious vegetation of gardens. Scicli maintains a harmonious relationship between man’s work and the natural environment. Destroyed in the Val di Noto earthquake and rebuilt in singular late Baroque forms it’s placed in a flat plan among three hills: San Matteo, Santa Croce and San Domenico hills.
It is also famous for being the location of the tv series Inspector Montalbano.

Our walk starts from Piazza Italia, framed by rows of eighteenth and nineteenth centuries buildings, where stands the present- day Mater Ecclesia: Sant’Ignazio. The façade, two levels surmounted by two pointed bell towers, is embellished with statues and a clock. Inside, the fascinating icon of Madonna delle Milizie, a statue inspired by the Madonna’s intervention in favor of the Christians and Normans during the battle against the Saracens in 1091.

From Piazza Italia, ascending along the canyon from which it takes its names, you arrive at the Church of San Bartolomeo. Statues and columns with capitals of various styles decorate the pyramidal façade. The one nave interior has marble altars, colored stuccoes and one of the most beautiful crèches in all of Sicily, with linden wood statues executed by Pietro Padula in 1773-1776. Retracing one’s step , along the same street toward via Mormino Penna, you reach Palazzo Beneventano, with its exceptionally expressive and monstrous masks under its balconies. In the hearth of the town there is via Mormino Penna, Scicli’s most beautiful street, rich in monastic churches and patrician buildings.


The first church you meet is San Giovanni Evangelista, with an oval layout and a concave convex façade in accordance with schemes deriving from Borromini. Annexed to a Benedictine monastery, which became the Town Hall in the 19th century, the church holds inside a Spanish canvas of the Cristo di Burgos, depicting a crucified Christ wearing a white sacerdotal robe with chiaroscuro effects. The other major ecclesiastic church is San Michele, which rises in three levels and has an elliptical hall with a splayed portal to one side that creates an interesting play on perspective. Across from this side of the church rises another elegant example of late baroque art: Palazzo Spadaro. The last church to visit in this area is Santa Teresa, whose façade shows a rose window, three arches high up with a small bell tower next them.

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Noto and Tellaro Roman Villa

Noto and Tellaro Roman Villa - Noto, Italy
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Noto, Italy

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$56.90

Join this guided tour at the hand of a licensed professional tour guide. Journey to discover the most beautiful corners of the European capital of Baroque.Tradition, culture, and history reveal the secrets of one of the most beautiful Sicilian towns ... More info ›

Join this guided tour at the hand of a licensed professional tour guide. Journey to discover the most beautiful corners of the European capital of Baroque.Tradition, culture, and history reveal the secrets of one of the most beautiful Sicilian towns. You will also visit an interesting Roman Villa.

First we visit the recently opened Roman villa of Tellaro, a unique example of a museum that houses a Roman villa with some very prestigious mosaics. Then we travel to Noto, the European capital of the Baroque and Unesco Patrimony since 2002. It's one of the most beautiful cities of Sicilian art, as a splendid historical center where you can admire many civil and religious monuments. See Santa Chiara, SS, Salvatore, Cathedral S. Nicolo, Ducezio Palace, Nicolaci Street with its amazing balconies, Nicolaci Palace, Church of Montevergini, Church of San Domenico, Fontana d'Ercole and the Communal Theatre. There will be free time for shopping in the main street. A must-experience is a tasting of the Sicilian pastry dessert, cannolo (literally meaning 'little tube') or the semi-frozen dessert Granita, made of sugar, water and flavourings, both originally from Sicily.

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Hands-on Cooking Class in Modica with Full Sicilian Lunch and Chocolate Tasting

Hands-on Cooking Class in Modica with Full Sicilian Lunch and Chocolate Tasting - Ragusa, Italy

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Ragusa, Italy

From USD
$176.63

Learn to cook like a Sicilian in this authentic hands-on cooking class in Modica. Enjoy a full lunch, complete with a selection of wine and famous Modica chocolate.

With its steeply stacked medieval centre and spectacular baroque cathedral, Modica is one of southern Sicily's most atmospheric towns ... More info ›

Learn to cook like a Sicilian in this authentic hands-on cooking class in Modica. Enjoy a full lunch, complete with a selection of wine and famous Modica chocolate.

With its steeply stacked medieval centre and spectacular baroque cathedral, Modica is one of southern Sicily's most atmospheric towns. It's also known for its food heritage. 

Learn about authentic Sicilian cuisine and enjoy a hands-on cooking class, where you'll learn to make local, traditional recipes. During this 3-hour class you will cook a three-course menu with Chef Davide Minerva, who will tell you about the history of each dish and some Sicilian cooking secrets. Arancino filled with grilled eggplants; ragusano with cheese and meat; gnocchi with ricotta cheese and pork meat sauce; and dessert with orange, almond cream, pistachio and Modican chocolate are just some of the dishes that could show up on your menu.

At the end of the cooking class, feast on the meal you just created with your friends and family, while tasting great local wines.

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