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Palermo - Agrigento - Syracuse - Taormina (Self Drive)

9 to 13+ Nights from $1,967*
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* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 10/5/2024, departure from Indianapolis IND (IN), US. Choose your own departure city and dates.

This 9 night sample itinerary includes:

  • International flight into and out of Palermo
  • Rental Car for 10 days
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Palermo
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Agrigento
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Siracusa
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Taormina
  • Hotel for 1 night in Palermo

An enchanting vacation package, visiting some destinations in Italy! Experience Sicily, the old-world, idyllic island with a rich and unique culture. Sicily has plenty to see and do and this flexible vacation package highlights Palermo (notorious for its mafia glamour, but that aside, uncover forgotten treasures in its museums and wander through its packed outdoor markets), Agrigento (home to Valley of the Temples with the best preserved Greek ruins outside Greece itself), Siracusa (a former stronghold of the Greek empire; full of medieval and Baroque buildings) and Taormina (perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Ionian Sea; a draw for writers and intellectuals for decades). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel, rental car and activities.

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  • Palermo (Sicily)

  • Agrigento (Sicily)

  • Syracuse (Sicily)

  • Taormina (Sicily)

  • Palermo (Sicily)

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Trip Summary

  • Palermo (Sicily)

    Known as a bridge between the East and West, thanks to its geographic location on the northwestern shore of Sicily, this Italian city is the island's center of tourism. Travelers will discover plenty of historic and cultural attractions in Palermo - the result of a long and dramatic history of conquest. Years of transitioning between Phoenician, Arab, Byzantine, and Roman rule can be seen today in a city full of souk-like bazaars, diverse architectural styles, and a large variety of cuisine. Discover The Cathedral, The Three Markets (Ballarò, Vucciria, Capo), Pizza at Pollicino, Mondello, Teatro Massimo, Castello Utveggio on the top of Mt. Pellegrino, Chiesa della Martorana - a Byzantine Church, Teatro Massimo (3rd largest theatre in Erope), Quattro Canti (represents the four primary districts) and Piazza Pretoria, and so much more.

  • Agrigento (Sicily)

    Agrigento was built in the hilly countryside just off the southern coast of Sicily, on top of the ancient Greek colong town of Akragas. It is known for impressive Greek temples. Located just outside of the city, the Valley of the Temples (Parco Archeologico Valle dei Templi) is the site of the best-preserved Doric temples outside Greece. It's been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1997. The Greek poet Pindar once called it `the most beautiful city of those inhabited by mortals. Visit and explore The Valley of the Temples; The Cathedral; The Old Town; Scala Dei Turchi (Stairs of the Turks); The Regional Archaeological Museum; San Lorenzo; Monastero di Santo Spirito; Agigento`s beaches and so much more.

  • Syracuse (Sicily)

    Syracuse (Siracusa, in Italian), is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, and was once considered one of the most impressive cities in the Greek World, competing for supremacy with Athens and even taking on the rising powers of Rome and Carthage. Located on the southeastern coast of the Italian island of Sicily, Syracuse is the capital of the province of Syracuse and offers a myriad of ancient attractions including the Greek Theatre, the Temple of Apollo, and the Castello Maniance. Visit and explore the great Greek Theater, Latomia del Paradiso (Quarries) and the Ear of Dionysius, Santa Maria delle Colonne (Cathedral), San Giovanni Crypt and Catacombs, Latomia dei Cappuccini (Quarries), Santa Lucia, Temple of Apollo, Roman Amphitheater and Altar of Hiero II, Foro Italico and Fonte Arethusa, Eurialo Castle, and so much more.

  • Taormina (Sicily)

    Taormina is perched on a series of high terraces overhung with tropical gardens overlooking a breath taking coastline and views of Mount Etna. It oozes elegance, style and glamour which has been created by a rich history full of romantic myths, legends and love stories. The town is full of beautiful flower draped villas and palazzos amongst candlelit narrow alleys with boutiques, cafes and restaurants on the pedestrianised Corso Umberto. Visit and explore the great Piazza IX Aprile and San Giuseppe; Cattedrale di San Nicola; Via Circonvallazione, Latomia dei Cappuccini (Quarries); Isola Bella (Beautiful Island); Porta Catania and Palazzo Duca di Santo Stéfano; Palazzo Corvaia; Villa Comunale; Sant'Agostino, and so much more.

  • Palermo (Sicily)

    Known as a bridge between the East and West, thanks to its geographic location on the northwestern shore of Sicily, this Italian city is the island's center of tourism. Travelers will discover plenty of historic and cultural attractions in Palermo - the result of a long and dramatic history of conquest. Years of transitioning between Phoenician, Arab, Byzantine, and Roman rule can be seen today in a city full of souk-like bazaars, diverse architectural styles, and a large variety of cuisine. Discover The Cathedral, The Three Markets (Ballarò, Vucciria, Capo), Pizza at Pollicino, Mondello, Teatro Massimo, Castello Utveggio on the top of Mt. Pellegrino, Chiesa della Martorana - a Byzantine Church, Teatro Massimo (3rd largest theatre in Erope), Quattro Canti (represents the four primary districts) and Piazza Pretoria, and so much more.

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