Stretch your legs with our walking tour of Taormina, one of the undoubted highlights in Italy, a chance to enjoy architecture and nature along with the delightful gastronomy of the region.
Spend a day across culture and food, visiting Taormina with our Walking Tour including a visit to Ancient Greek Theater and a Wine Tasting! Follow your guide across Taormina's most famous sites: Corso Umberto, Palazzo Corvaja, the Roman Odeon and many others.
Discover Taormina's wonders in a day
Taormina, with her fabolous position on the slopes of Monte Tauro certainly has earned the name of "Pearl of the Mediterranean", that has been attributed to tje German baron Wilhelm von Gloeden. Taormina will seduce your eyes at the first glance, and this Sicilian city is worth a visit simply to understand its history and heritag. We guarantee that you will fall a little more in love with this enchanting place at every step. Taormina has become famous also for the dolce vita of the visitors who have bee there during the years. Just to mention some of the artists, philosophers, and scientists who have fallen in love with Taormina, we find Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Friedrich Nietzsche, Gustav Klimt, Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, Truman Capote and Greta Garbo. Feel like a real star while you follow their steps.
Be enchanted by Taormina's Ancient Greek Theatre
The monument that has mostly made Taormina famous all over the world is the Ancient Greek Theatre, with its position in a breath-taking location, sorrunded by the amazing view of Mount Etna and by the waves of the Ionian Sea. With this group tour and the skip-the-line tickets included, you can jump the queues and visit it while a professional guide reveals all its secrets.
Discover the hidden secrets of Taormina
Your guide will take casre of leading you thtough the most beautiful tiny corners and panoramic streets of the town, and help you uncover all of their most evocative secrets. After the visit of the Ancient Theatre, you will enjoy the view of Palazzo Corvaja, the small Roma theatre of the Odeon, VicoloStretto - the narrowest street of Taormina, its main street, Corso Umberto, the church of Saint Catherine, and the main square: Piazza IX Aprile.From There, you will enjoy the view of the majestic profile of Etna and the coast of the Bay of Giardini Naxos stretching up the hill to the Greek Theater. End your day on style with a visit to a typical Sicilian wine bar where the owner will introduce you to the different types of wines produced in Sicily. You will get to taste some of the local wines, together with some food specialties.