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Siracusa Food and Wine Walking Tour

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Siracusa Food and Wine Walking Tour
Taste your way through Syracuse with a 2,5-hour small-group food and wine tour. Taste a fresh-cooked fish, typical Sicilian appetizers, homemade Sicilian pastries, and fragrant local wine and liquors. This tour begins at 6:30pm and is available daily. Hotel pick up/drop-off is not included.

Meet at the Aretusa Fountain at 6:30pm to start a flavorful evening of gastronomic and cultural discoveries with a passionate local guide.

Walking and sharing with you all the secrets of ancient Syracuse, your guide will bring you to an authentic family tavern hidden in the little streets of Ortigia. Keeping primitive charm, they are always attractive with their hospitality, traditional way of cooking, and warm family atmosphere - which unfortunately can be lost in most tourist restaurants.

This tour perfectly combines a wine and culinary experience with a sightseeing walk through the most breathtaking monuments of the old city. Piazza San Rocco, Piazza Duomo, Santa Lucia Church (with a Caravaggio painting), Piazza San Giuseppe, the Jewish district, Piazza Archimede, and a lot of other treasures will capture your attention.

While walking through the town at dusk, you will stop in three different places where tables await you. From traditionally cooked fresh fish and typical Sicilian appetizers to unrepeatable homemade Sicilian pastries accompanied by fragrant local wines and liquors – you will be introduced to the real taste of old Syracuse. See the 'Itinerary' section for more details on each stop.

Just follow your expert guide through the town and eat and drink as a local. This is a filling and amazing culinary experience. You won’t need to eat before or after the tour.

Commences : Syracuse, Italy

Duration : 2 hours 30 minutes

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