Ancient Greek theatre

Ancient Greek theatre

This staggering Greek theatre is located in the Neapolis Archaeological Park, hidden among glorious green trees and lots of natural vegetation. It was built around 470 BC and could hold up to 15,000 spectators! Take a seat on the ancient rock and imagine the performances that were once shown here. In the summer months, it often plays host to open-air music concerts and plays.
Ear of Dionysius

Ear of Dionysius

Syracuse, Sicily

Stroll through this unusually shaped cave and you’ll immediately notice its enchanting acoustics. Even the smallest of sounds can be amplified into a loud noise as they echo around the whole cavern. The cave...

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Neapolis Archaeological Park

Neapolis Archaeological Park

Syracuse, Sicily

You could spend a whole day at this natural park, unearthing important parts of Greek history and peeling back the layers of Sicily’s past. Follow in the footsteps of gladiators as you explore the Roman...

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Island of Ortigia

Island of Ortigia

Syracuse, Sicily

The UNESCO-listed island of Ortigia is essentially the heart of the city. It’s where you’ll find stunning church façades, trattoria tables spilling out onto grand public squares and sea views that are hard to...

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