Bridge of 25 April 2017 in Sicily: Baroque tour in 3 stages

  • Published: 22-03-2017
  • Category: Events

bridge-25-april-2017-sicilyAll the splendor of the sicilian Baroque in Noto, Modica and Ragusa. This is the itinerary in 3 stages which we suggest you for the bridge of 25 April 2017. Discover together the monuments you can admire during your three days of holiday, to spend at the hot sun of the beautiful Sicily.

  1. Day 1: Noto – This name is synonym of Baroque. We can’t open better this itinerary of three days, that we selected for you. The architectural splendor of Stone Garden, the perfect imperfection of the San Nicolò Cathedral, the most important monument of the city, and the majesty of the palaces built in limestone: Noto is all these things. The main street is Vittorio Emanuele Street. The Royal door surmounted by a pelican, is the access to the historical centre of the city.
  2. Day 2: Modica – Among chocolate, rises and churches, this second day of the bridge in Sicily is rather lively. From Noto you will end up here in less than one hour. The beauty of this late-baroque town, perched on a hill, will surprise you. Starting from the lower area of Modica, go back to the most ancient and rich history, along Umberto I Street. Here you can admire the splendor of the cathedral of San Giorgio, another pearl of the Baroque.
  3. Day 3: Ragusa – It ‘s the best way to end your bridge of April 25. The province has a wide choice of comfortable places to stay, even quite luxurious, if you want to make you a little present. Have a healthy relaxing day, giving a breakfast by the sea, followed by a walk through the docks of the Marina of Ragusa Harbor. The City of Bridges offers several attractions: the Baroque of the St. George’s Cathedral, the Archaeological Museum, Palace Schininà and the ceramics of Caltagirone Church of the Madonna of the Idria.

 

It’s time to plan your tour of Baroque, during the Bridge of 25 April. Booking in time the ferries to the Sicily and you don’t miss the opportunity to live three dream days.

 

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