Visiting the beautiful town of Taormina
Taormina has a soul that enchants, captivates, and counts admirers from all over the world. All it takes to fall madly in love with it is a simple stroll through its streets.
Turistic guide included
Funicular and Theatre entrance not included
Beyond the Messina gate, Corso Umberto welcomes you with its streets full of boutiques and craft shops. Part of the Roman via Valeria, which connected Messina to Catania, was dedicated to Umberto I of Savoy at the end of the 19th century.
The historical buildings
Memories of every era
Taormina has the power to enthrall anyone who sets foot in its land: each historical period chooses to erect monuments there as eternal memorabilia of love for the city.
Guided by expert connoisseurs of its wonders, the following will be touched: Greek Theater, Palazzo dei Duchi di Santo Stefano, Palazzo Corvaja, Cavea of the ancient Odeon, Church of Santa Caterina d’Alessandria, Cathedral of Taormina
Glimpses of a dream
Nature in Taormina
Every corner of Taormina carries with it a distant call, a song that captivates by asking those who feel it to be discovered.
There are two places in particular where Taormina shows itself in all its beauty:
Piazza IX Aprile, which with its belvedere embraces the triad of Etna, Giardini Naxos and the Ancient Theater
The Villa Comunale, an oasis of peace where you can admire changing views, with bougainvillea and flowering plants that make the place a true bucolic paradise.
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