overnight, take a walk early in the morning to see the empty squares, say bye and come back once again )
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Authentic old Sicilian island of Ortigia - good daily morning market selling fresh fish , fruit and veg. A range of good restaurants and street cafes to while away the hours. Try the arancini for a simple savory snack and of course the dozens of...More
We parked at the harbour & walked around to the bridge, once across you were thrown back in time. The castle was closed & looked as if it had been for some time.
What can I say, full of great restaurants, mini beaches Italian style with beautiful clear water and shops for the posh and also souvenirs. Great to wonder the streets and get a small snack or some fantastic seafood or pasta!
Absolutely stunning city with a lovely old town and many bars, restaurants and baroque buildings. A must see when you are on the island!
The Cathedral Square is gorgeous, and the cathedral is fascinating. It started as a pagan temple and became a place of Christian worship. I particularly enjoyed lunch on the waterfront and walking through the winding little streets in the old town.
The old mikvah was especially interesting. Some cool restaurants down tiny walkways, and we did a boat trip along the coast which was fun. Everything closes from about 3-6pm so keep that in mind.
This is the only place to be in Syracusa. This small island has lots of narrow lanes filled with lots of shops and restaurants of seemingly endless variety, yet it is a small place that you can circumnavigate in about an 2 hours. One of...More