Sicily Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Sicily - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Palermo 13

Siracusa 12

Catania 7

Taormina 6

Acireale 5

Enna 5

Mt. Etna 5

Trapani 4

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Agrigento 2

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Teatro Greco

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The Greeks put a premium on finding impressive locations to stage their dramas, such as Taormina's hillside Teatro Greco. Beyond the...

Teatro Massimo

  • Arts/Performance Venue

Construction of this formidable Neoclassical theater, the largest in Italy, was started in 1875 by Giovanni Battista Basile and completed...

Tempio Dorico

  • Historic District/Site

Segesta's imposing temple was actually started in the 5th century BC by the Elymian people, who may have been refugees from Troy. At...

Tempio di Apollo

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Scattered through the piazza just across the bridge to Ortygia are the ruins of a temple dedicated to Apollo, a model of which is in...

Torre di Federico II

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

This mysterious octagonal tower—of unknown purpose—stands above the lower part of town. It has been celebrated for millennia as marking...

Valle dei Templi

  • Historic District/Site

The eight or so monuments within the Valley of the Temples, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are considered to be, along with the Acropolis...

Via Etnea

  • Neighborhood/Street

Lined with cafés and stores selling high-street jewelry, clothing, and shoes, this street is host to one of Sicily's most enthusiastic...

Villa Comunale

  • Garden/Arboretum

Stroll down Via Bagnoli Croce from the main Corso Umberto to the Villa Comunale to enjoy the stunning views. Also known as the Parco...

Villa Romana del Casale (Imperial Roman Villa)

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Some of the best mosaics of the Roman world cover more than 12,000 square feet under a shelter that hints at the layout of the original...

Vulcano

  • Island

A popular day trip from Lipari is to visit the most notorious of the Aeolian Islands: Vulcano. True to its name—and the origin of the...

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