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Catania International Airport: Bus Transfer to/from Syracuse

1. Catania International Airport: Bus Transfer to/from Syracuse

Experience stress-free transport between Syracuse and Catania Fontanarossa Airport with fresh and clean buses equipped with hand sanitizer and air-conditioned seating aboard the Interbus S.p.A. Avoid the hassle of navigating the public transportation system, instead, relax and enjoy the views of Sicily from the comfort of your seat. Board a modern bus to leave your worries behind, and arrive on time at your destination at the airport, or in the city. Enjoy comfort on board with the cooling ventilation. You can bring on board with you, upon purchase of a ticket, a single pet, not belonging to wild species of proven and notorious danger and in any case inside a special cage, basket or carrier, whose dimensions must not exceed 40x30x25 cm, which do not prevent circulation on board the vehicle and that they can be placed at the foot of the adjacent seat and not on the armchair.

Palermo to Syracuse: Transfer & Agrigento Tour & lunch

2. Palermo to Syracuse: Transfer & Agrigento Tour & lunch

Today we drive through the interior of Sicily to reach Agrigento to see the Valley of the Temples: two hours guided walking tour on the Valley of the Temples (skip the line ticket included), an important Unesco World Heritage site. Covers the Temple of Hera, the Temple of Concordia, the Temple of Hercules and the Temple of Zeus. Agrigento, according to legend, was founded by Daedalus and his son Icarus after they had fled from Crete “by air”. Historically, however, its origins date back to 582 B.C. when it was founded by Rhodian-cretan colonist from the neighbouring Gela who named their city Akragas after the nearby river. It rapidly increased in size, importance and military strength under Phalarides, the first tyrant, and later under Theron, who extended his way over northern Sicily as far as Himera. In conclusion, Agrigento was a city of artists and illustrious personages, amongst whom the philosopher Empedocles. Pindar defines it as “the most beautiful of mortal cities” and, in fact, in the Vth century B.C., those famous temples, whose beauty we still admire today, were built. Enjoy a rustc lunch to taste delicious local dishes. This afternoon we then continue to Syracusa

Syracuse: Bus Transfer to/from Palermo Bus station

3. Syracuse: Bus Transfer to/from Palermo Bus station

Enjoy a reliable bus transfer between Palermo bus station and the central location in Syracuse. Travel seamlessly with fresh and clean buses equipped with hand sanitizer and air-conditioned seating aboard the Interbus S.p.A. Avoid the hassle of navigating the public transportation system, instead, relax and enjoy the views of Sicily from the comfort of your seat. Board a modern bus to leave your worries behind, and arrive on time at your destination in the city. Best of all, be greeted by staff who will be waiting for you by your bus. Jump on board once you’ve checked in and your luggage is safely stowed away. You can bring on board with you, upon purchase of a ticket, a single pet, not belonging to wild species of proven and notorious danger and in any case inside a special cage, basket or carrier, whose dimensions must not exceed 40x30x25 cm, which do not prevent circulation on board the vehicle and that they can be placed at the foot of the adjacent seat and not on the armchair.

  • Catania Vincenzo Bellini Airport
  • Valley of the Temples
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Fantastic trip showing the variety that Sicily offers

Fascinating tour of the different landscapes on north and south of the island bringing in the Valley of the Temples and Villa Romana del Casale which were stunning. Vincenzo was extremely knowledgeable and gave a great insight into Sicily throughout the tour. It was definitely worth having a guide and good quality minibus for the tour, learning much more about the area, spending the time better and not having to drive!! I would thoroughly recommend this as a way to cross the island.