Built in the 3rd century BC, this U-shaped theatre is built at the foot of the staunch Taormina Hill with its sea-less oysters overlooking the coastline and seeing the Etna Volcano inhales and spit 10€ language guide 5€ follow instructions to listen to each sign before the front walls of the theatre have already blemished The semicircular brick walls at the back are still full of stone steps, with long wooden seats and the front row seats with more comfortable seats because the front of the big concert theater is full of spotlights, and the audio tourists are not able to appreciate the stage with a sense of vicissitudes. Around the rear brick wall is the viewing platform, the sea and the sky are beautiful, the unique location of the top of the mountain of the Taormina Open-air Theatre becomes the most distinctive Greek theater in the world ～
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There are many works with Greek elements on Sicily. This ancient theater is one of the masterpieces. Tickets are really not cheap, but fortunately Taormina has very few attractions that require tickets. This theater is built on the top of the mountain. , So the vision is still very good! It is true that shouting in the stage area is echoed. Forgive us for doing stupid things. Fortunately, there are not many people, hahaha
To be honest, the 10 Euro ticket is really a bit expensive. The explanation is in English, so we didn’t rent a guide. It is said that this Greek amphitheater in Sicily can be regarded as a relatively well-reserved and relatively large-scale one. Theater, you can see the coastline and Bella Island
Taormina’s Greek open-air U-shaped theater is the second largest theater in Sicily. The theater was built in the third century BC. Because it was built on a cliff, it seems to be suspended between the sea and the sky. It is also the most distinctive Greek theater in the world. The theater overlooks Mount Etna and the blue Mediterranean Sea. Taormina International Art Festival is held here every summer, there are some classic opera performances, and the theater is preparing for a concert during the tour. The eldest sister in the same industry tried to sing bel canto. The sound effect was surprisingly good. The ancient Greeks made great contributions to world civilization thousands of years ago...
One of the must-visit attractions in Taormina, the Greek Amphitheatre, although it is a bit dilapidated, it is said that it can be used during special periods and the effect is good. There is a fee here, and the entrance fee is 10 euros.