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Agrigento: Valley of the Temples Entrance Ticket & Pemcards

1. Agrigento: Valley of the Temples Entrance Ticket & Pemcards

Take a stirring journey through the archaeological ruins at Agrigento with a skip-the-line entry to the Valley of the Temples. Immortalize your visit with Pemcards -- a digital photo that you can send as a real postcard to anywhere in the world.Discover the immense artistic and archaeological heritage of Sicily as you explore the site which extends over approximately 1,300 hectares. Learn about a millenary history that began in the 6th-century BC with the foundation of the ancient Greek colony of Akragas.See the terraced levels of the site that used to be a center of the public life of the ancient Greco-Romans and marvel at the aqueducts. Walkthrough the core of the archaeological site of Agrigento, passing magnificent temples such as the Temple to Zeus, Tempio della Concordia, and Tempio di Eracle.Lastly, admire the gymnasium, an ancient location for athletic, educational, and recreational activities.

Sicily: Full-Day Car or Minivan

2. Sicily: Full-Day Car or Minivan

You will be free to explore everything you want in Sicily with just an easy step. Book this tour and write the number of the persons. Afterwards, you will receive a car or minivan with your driver. Everything is included and you will not have to pay anything as an extra fee. Of course at all the locations if you also require a guide or the entrance fee, these two things are not included but the driver can help you to arrange and book the same days and also the local guides. Regarding the entrance fees, you are suggested to pay directly on the spot at the ticket offices of the monuments and sights.

Palermo to Syracuse: Private Transfer & Agrigento Tour

3. Palermo to Syracuse: Private Transfer & Agrigento Tour

Make your way across Sicily's great landscapes on this transfer/tour combo and travel all the way from the city of Palermo along the western coast to eastern city of Syracuse with a knowledgeable and friendly driver. Stop your journey in the ancient town of Agrigento, whose settlement dates back to 580 B.C. Tour the beautiful Valley of the Temples, a magnificent cluster of Greek ruins overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. After spending the afternoon in the ancient beauty of Agrigento, continue on to the city of Syracuse, founded by colonists from Cornith in 735 B.C. and once the most important competitor to Athens.

Sicily: 7-Day Sicilian Culture and Art Tour

4. Sicily: 7-Day Sicilian Culture and Art Tour

Day 1 After getting picked up at Catania Airport, enjoy a welcome aperitif in the company of your local guide in Catania. Afterward, enjoy a walking tour of the city during which you will see iconic landmarks such as the Duomo Square, The cathedral fi Saint Agatha, Roman Amphitheatre, and Bellini Park. Day 2 Start your day with a light trek on Europe's most active volcano, Mount Etna. After your trek, re-energize with a traditional Italian lunch at a family-run restaurant. You will also be able to sample some local wines from the Etna region. After lunch, enjoy some free time to explore the town of Taormina at your own pace before heading up to Castelmola, where you can sample the region's famous almond wine served with delicious biscuits. Finish the day by watching the breathtaking sunset in the village of Savoca, one of Italy's prettiest villages and the setting for the Godfather movie. Day 3 Today, enjoy a guided tour of the city of Syracuse, including a visit to the island of Ortigia. Here, admire landmarks such as the Cathedral of Saint Lucy, Caravaggio, Archimedes Square, and the Fountain of Aretusa. Afterward, move onto Neapolis Archaeological Park where you can admire the Latomie del Paradiso, Greek Theatre, Roman Amphitheatre, and  The Ear of Dionysius. Stop for lunch in the town of Noto, a baroque-style town with elegant churches and sprawling palaces. In the afternoon, enjoy a chocolate-making masterclass in the oldest chocolate factory in Sicily before heading to the picture-perfect town of Ragusa Ibla, where you will spend the night. Day 4 Start your day at the Villa del Casale in Piazza Armerina, where one of the largest and richest collections of Roman mosaics in the world awaits you. Afterward, head to the Valley of Temples, where you will discover one of the greatest examples of Greater Greece's art and architecture. Enjoy some free time to explore this sprawling temple complex, with 7 ancient Greek temples. Day 5 In the morning, head to the coastal town of Marsala to sample the town's namesake wine. Learn how to differentiate this unique fortified wine by its amber color and unique scent. In the afternoon, head to the Trapani Salt Museum. Here, learn more about salt production methods in the area and admire a unique landscape dotted with over 100 mills, some of which are still in function. Finish the day with a stroll around the medieval town of Erice, a historic and charming town located in the Sicilian hills. Day 6 Today, you will be visiting the towns of Palermo and Monreale, both of which are famous for their Byzantine-style mosaics. In Palermo, visit the 12th-century cathedral and immerse yourself in the city's vibrant history and culture. In Monreale, admire the fine mosaics in the town's great Norman cathedral. Afterward, take in panoramic views of the surrounding valley, filled with orange, olive and almond trees. Day 7 Spend your last day in Sicily at the seaside town of Cefalu. Spend a few hours getting lost in a maze of tiny streets and ice-cream shops before heading Castelbuono, a picturesque village hidden in the Madonie Mountains. Get dropped off back at the airport at the end of your trip.

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4.4 / 5

based on 154 reviews

Agrigento is an excellent day trip. We highly recommend taking the train to Agrigento. Purchase your tickets for Agrigento prior to your trip. You will need to taxi to the site. (Between 10-15 Euro). We use the app called GetYourGuide to book the tickets. The Valley of the Temples is an amazing site. To see Greek temples that have been standing for Centuries is incredible. There are 4 temple sites to see. It is a decent amount of walking, but there is a shuttle that will take you from the temples back to the entrance for 3 euro each way. If you get tired or are not very mobile, take the shuttle. The views from the site are also amazing. The view of the city is pretty amazing as is the view to the ocean. This is a great day well spent.

The valley of the temples is fabulous. There isn't much more to say. Taking the ticket online, paying three euros more per person, makes little sense. There is talk of a priority entrance that does not exist. In any case, you must queue for security checks before the ticket office. We waited shortly, but because it was the end of September and certainly not for the priority ticket. Same thing at the ticket office: I would have done earlier to buy the ticket than to wait for the employee to find my name on the list.

Although arriving early in the morning the queue of tourists waiting to get the entrance ticket was not very large, it was extremely comfortable for me to arrive with the ticket already purchased on their website.

The best I've seen in the world!! A place full of history! The park is very clean, at the ticket office very attentive and willing to provide good customer service!

Superb visit, it was a first for me and I loved it. I will return there on my next trip to Sicily.