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This is a private taxi service from Catania (airport, port or city) to the Sapienza Refuge, about 1980 meters above sea level, where you will find the cable car that will take you to the summit craters of the Etna volcano.
It is a first class private service. The vehicles used are new and impeccably kept aesthetically, they are insured according to Italian laws and have all the authorizations required by the competent authorities.
Discover the archaeological site of Ancient Ostia and its well-preserved ruins, witness of the power of Roman Empire! Ancient Ostia was the main way through which goods came to Rome from the outer regions of the Empire.
Mount Etna is the highest volcano still active in Europe (3.345mt). Upon arrival you will visit the Silvestri Craters. Time at leisure to visit the famous Greek Theatre from where you can admire an amazing view to the Etna volcano and the Taormina Bay.
You will be introduced to the stories of Gattopardo admiring the terrace of the Gangi palace, location of the famous film by Visconti, to reach the square decorated by the splendid Gothic rose window of the church of San Francesco D’Assisi.
A few steps you will enter the heart of the historical market U Capu where history, tradition and street food mix with the voices and faces of the people of Palermo. There is a newly restored baroque jewel, the church of the Immaculate Conception.
This tour entails a visit to Erice, a medieval town, which was an important religious site associated with the goddess Venus. Then we visit the Sea Saltpans of Trapani, where the ancient tradition of harvesting salt from the sea is still practiced.
In this tour, we will visit Etna Volcano, the highest volcano still active in Europe(3.345mt). We will also visit the Silverstri Craters. Lastly we will visit Taormina a pretty town on the slopes of Mount Tauro(204m).