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    In ancient times, Syracuse rivaled Athens in wealth and power. The historical center of the city, Ortygia (Ortigia) Island, speaks volumes of history. Here, you will visit the Temple of Athena, the Cathedral of Syracuse, the Fountain of Arethusa, and the Archaeological Park Neapolis.

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    Grey lava stone and bustling fish markets are the main themes covered on your visit to Catania. And, you will find an otherworldy lunar landscape when you take a hike up Mount Etna, the world’s largest active volcano.

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    The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento will bring out the inner archeaologist in you.

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    In the provence of Enna, located in the center of Sicily, you will find the Villa Romana del Casale that preserves marvelous mosaics that speak to the history of the region. You will also learn a little bit about ancient myths and legends.

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    King William II had a dream that the Madonna appeared to him and asked him to build a cathedral equal to the greatest in Europe, so he brought in master artisans from the East who erected the Cattedrale di Monreale (Monreale Cathedral). The Ruins of Segesta contain some of the best-preserved structures from antiquity.

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    King William II had a dream that the Madonna appeared to him and asked him to build a cathedral equal to the greatest in Europe, so he brought in master artisans from the East who erected the Cattedrale di Monreale (Monreale Cathedral). The Ruins of Segesta contain some of the best-preserved structures from antiquity.

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    Experience Palermo’s distinct flavor through its architecture, livley street markets, and by visiting Basilica La Magione and the International Museum of Marionettes.

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    Laura McKenzie begins your tour on Sicily’s east coast in the hilltop town of Taormina. You will be introduced to the Theatro Greco, which dates back to the 3rd Century B.C. Also, visit Palermo and Randazzo, a pair of medieval Sicilian towns.

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    Dennis Gage, creator of the “My Classic Car” television series, takes his son, Sam, and famous motorcycle photojournalist Neale Bayly breezing through the warmth of Sicily on Moto Guzzis, well-known for their beautiful high-speed handling. Dennis Gage’s philosophy on life? “Life is an adventure, grab it by the handlebars!”

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