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Syracuse’s hotels inland enjoy orange and olive groves, quaint Sicilian villages and lush nature reserves, while hotels in Syracuse’s cities are near to ancient treasures – old Greek temples, amphitheatres, archaeological sites and magnificent Baroque palaces and churches.
If you’re looking for budget friendly bed and breakfasts, historic city hotels, beachside resorts and charming Italian villas, there is a range of accommodation to choose from in Syracuse. Ranging from low cost one-star places to stay to lavish five-star choices, you can be sure to find something that suits either in Syracuse city or in the historic city of Noto, you could also look along the coast near Avola or right on the tip of Sicily at Portopalo di Capo Passero.
One of the main draws of choosing an hotel in Syracuse is that each one is individual, steeped in character and has unique touches. Another benefit is the tips local owners are happy to share with you, so you can find out where the best cafes and bars are, where their favourite beaches are and which towns to visit.
Many of Syracuse’s hotels are in Syracuse city itself, lying within easy reach of plenty of sightseeing. You can easily walk around the city and across to its old town on the island of Ortygia, where you’ll find the ancient Temple of Apollo, as well as Syracuse Cathedral. The cathedral was built on the site of an ancient Greek temple and its old Doric-style columns still stand. In the main part of the city, you’ll find one of Syracuse’s historical highlights – the Archaeological Park of Neapolis, filled with ancient ruins. See if you can arrange tickets for a performance in the park’s fifth-century BC Greek Theatre, which has a great season of theatre and opera from May to July.
Make time to see the UNESCO World Heritage Baroque city of Noto and the small town of Avola, known for its famous wine, while you’re staying in your hotel in Syracuse.