泰宁根吴承恩Ortigia City is especially suitable for slowing down and strolling around, experiencing the life of the locals, strolling through the streets of the old city, walking through the gravel roads, looking at the buildings, seeing Zeng Dekuang, and visiting small shops . Find a restaurant or cafe to rest when you’re tired, it’s very good
心向远方jingSyracuse, established in 743 BC, is the filming location of the beautiful legend of Sicily. The Byzantine-style Syracuse Cathedral is a place where movie stars calmly and calmly walked countless times. The square is full of people, and the melodious melody of the accordion seems to tell the rich and glorious history of Siracusa. I like the sunshine in Sicily and the humanity of Sicily.
Piazza del Duomo SiracusaProvince of Syracuse,Italy
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Chiesa di San Carlo BorromeoProvince of Syracuse,Italy
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Tonnara di MarzamemiProvince of Syracuse,Italy
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Centro Commerciale I PapiriProvince of Syracuse,Italy
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Province of Syracuse Weather
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20 Oct, 2021
17 ~ 23℃
21 Oct, 2021
18℃ / 24℃
22 Oct, 2021
20℃ / 24℃
23 Oct, 2021
Partly Clear with Thunder and Rain
20℃ / 24℃
24 Oct, 2021
Cloudy with Showers
18℃ / 22℃
25 Oct, 2021
18℃ / 21℃
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Province of Syracuse
20 Oct, 2021 Province of Syracuse Weather: Mostly Clear, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 75%, Sunrise/Sunset: 07:11/18:16
Province of Syracuse Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
I loved the Siracusa trip as it was wonderful.
Getting There - quite easy
Attractions - many
Hotels - a lot to choose from
Food & Restaurants - good
The most important part I recommend is that here Andrea Bocelli has a wonderful concert
#mynovgetaway Noto is a city in southeastern Sicily, Italy. It’s known for its baroque architecture, including the reconstructed 18th-century Noto Cathedral. Across the street is the Palazzo Ducezio, now the town hall, with the Hall of Mirrors embellished by gilding and stuccos. Nearby, the Palazzo Nicolaci has richly decorated balconies. Resembling a triumphal arch, the 19th-century Porta Reale marks the entrance to the city. The old town, Noto Antica, lies 8 kilometres (5 mi) directly north on Mount Alveria. A city of Sicel origin, it was known as Netum in ancient times. In 263 BCE the city was granted to Hiero II by the Romans. According to legend, Daedalus stayed in the city after his flight over the Ionian Sea, as did Hercules after his seventh task. During the Roman era, it opposed the magistrate Verres.
A view of Noto Town Hall.
In 866 it was conquered by the Muslims, who elevated the city to become a capital of one of the three districts of the island (the Val di Noto). In 1091, it became the last Islamic stronghold in Sicily to fall to the Christians.Later it became a rich Norman city.
In the 16th and 17th centuries, the city was home to several notable intellectual figures, including Giovanni Aurispa, jurists Andrea Barbazio and Antonio Corsetto, as well as architect Matteo Carnelivari and composer Mario Capuana. In 1503 king Ferdinand III granted it the title of civitas ingeniosa ("Ingenious City"). In the following centuries, the city expanded, growing beyond its medieval limits, and new buildings, churches and convents were built.
Marzamemi has an exotic flair to it. It started as a fishing village and continues the tradition today. But Marzememi, unlike many other towns in Sicily, doesn't have Greek roots; rather it was founded by the Arabs and originally called Marsa' al Hamen (which translates as "harbour of the turtle doves"). The romantic name lends itself nicely to the town, which looks more like a Moroccan or Arab setting than an Italian one. The stone block buildings clustered around wide piazzas punctuated with archways and splashed with turquoise-painted doors and windows are charming.
Marzamemi started as a town for tuna fishing and packing, a trade it continues in an artisanal form today. The old "tonnara" still stands on the shore, used now for special events, while food producers in the modern part of town pack tuna and smoked swordfish in various forms. Marinated anchovies and even salami made from tuna are produced here, continuing long traditions. The natural harbour was important during the Middle Ages, not just for its fishing fleet but for ships carrying wine from Sicily to Genova.
The compact town centers on the sea, with a wide piazza that holds the cathedral, the old tonnara and the town's main palazzo. Off of it, what served as fishermen's houses line up with charming effect. There are several outdoor cafes and a striking atmosphere to enjoy. Marzememi is just above the southern tip of Sicily and there are lots of great beaches in the area. To the north is the Vendicari Nature Reserve, which sees a host of migratory birds pass through#mynovgetaway
#siracusa is a town on the island of #sicily and it is located on the east coast. It is really far away from Palermo - 350km and much closer to Catania airport. If you go there you will probably need to rent a car. There are many narrow streets and cathedrals around. The architecture is in the expected style for #italy
The #castle of #maniace is located on a small island of Ortigia linked by bridge to Siracusa in Italy. The entrance fee was just 2 euro as I remember and the place really worth the visit. There were no crowds for this attraction. There were something like 10 tourists around plus me. It offers nice views to the Mediterranean sea also.
The joint ticket of the Parco Archaeologicodella Neapolis includes the tomb of Archimedes, the Roman Amphitheatre, the ear of Dionysius and the Greek Theatre, which is well worth a visit.
The day I went, what a holiday, actually free of votes, saved 10 euros.
Roman amphitheatre, the weather is serious and the scale is not very large. The arches, steps and stage that entered the theater have been well preserved. There are many tombs in the periphery of the theater, and it is impossible to know which one is the tomb of Archimedes. Going along the main road, the lush green trees along the way, a two-story lodge in the distance, especially conspicuous, and the flowers on the side are bright. The ancient Greek amphitheatre is facing the sea, standing on a high place, and can see the sea far away. Regrettably, the theater has been painted with cement, and the renovation has been as flat as the new one. It does not see the traces of history. It is really sad.
Built in the 5th century BC, Sicily's largest Greek theater, 130 meters in diameter, semi-circular, 67 rows of seats divided into 9 parts, can see the stage from any angle. It is based on a large rock overlooking the city. The final tragedy of Aeschylus was staged in the theater. Every summer, classic operas are still staged here.
The ancient city of Ortigia, the hometown of Archimedes, is in the city of Siracusa in Sicily. It is the film "Malena - The Legend of Sicily" starring the famous Italian movie star Monica Bellucci. Small town.
The city is full of historical sites. The city is like an open-air historical museum, many of which have been eroded by the years. I turned a big circle in the city, just to find the scenes in the movie, the literary youth can not cure the disease.
The Mediterranean breeze blows, the white screens dance lightly, the sparkling water, the shadows on the walls.
Good morning, Sicily ~
Originally planned to start early, along the coastline to the castle, to see the first touch of sunlight, and finally failed to do the early bird.
Walk to the balcony, stretched out and took a breath, in the most comfortable way.
The breakfast at this hotel is very rich, on the opposite floor, 4 stars, but different names, belong to the same family. Although it may be inferior to the 5-star breakfast staying behind, consider the price is completely better than the other.
A demeanorful old woman at the entrance of the restaurant greets each guest with a smile. Even if the European woman is very old, she will never lose that elegance.
Hotel choice during travel, I don't claim to live 5 stars all the way, don't like to travel all the way to the Youth Hostel, make different judgments according to different city attributes, such a seaside town, you must live in one place. Sea view room, plus such a delicious breakfast, please applaud my wise decision. Domus mariae albergo (Domus Myrtle Hotel)
off-season peak season housing prices are very different, I set about 1000 for the first night, sea view twin room. Just check the price again, the main half of the off-season costs, this difference is understandable.
Cathedral of Siracusa Duomo di Siracusa was once a Greek temple, and became a church after the Christianization of Sicily in the 7th century. The gorgeous Baroque design by Andrea Palma in the 18th century concealed the former Temple of Athena, but it still shows the 6*14 giant Doric column built in the 5th century BC. In the film "The Beautiful Legend of Sicily", the heroine walks many times in Piazza del Duomo, the Cathedral Square of Ortigia, causing frequent reversals around.
has been looking forward to the night when the night falls, slowly walking through the square, the breeze blowing the skirt, faint night, not looking around. Lying in the square, like being thrown into the museum of historical sites, the sky-like cotton-like white clouds, the beautiful cry. Looking for the shadow of Marlene, but she did not find a woman with a high heel.
Opening time of the cathedral 8