Syracuse is not only a city in which you can live, but to live. ( Leonardo Sciascia)
As ancient as Rome, the city was one of the most powerful Greek colonies in the Mediterranean. Do not miss the archaeological area and the lovely old town on the island of Ortigia.
Characterized by great historical, architectural and landscape riches, the city of Syracuse was declared by UNESCO in 2005, together with the Necropolis Rupestri of Pantalica, a world heritage site.