Enjoy your Athens city sightseeing with Keytours,choose from our selection of attractions or take advantage of any of our special packages to see them all!!Cape Sounion,Athens by night, Athens Walking Tour - Plaka and Monastiraki!
1- Half-Day Athens Sightseeing
The best way to see Athens.
Main sights: Temple of Olympian Zeus, Panathinaiko stadium, Acropolis.
2- Half-Day Cape Sounion
One of the most famous places in Attica,located 69 km southeast of Athens at the southernmost point of Attica peninsula.
3- Athens by night
Some of our guests say that:" if you if you haven't seen Athens by night, you miss a fortune.
4- One-Day Delphi
Magnificent Delphi is one of the most popular archaeological sites in Greece
5- One-Day Epidaurus- Mycenae
Archaeological Site of Epidaurus, that was added to Unesco's World Heritage List in 1988 and Mycenae, the legendary home of the Atreides will keep you thrilled all day.
6- Wine Tasting & Ancient Corinth
Joy our tour in ancient Corinth where St.Paul prieched and take the opportunity to taste some of the best wines of Greece.
7- Helicopter Sightseeing
Key tours can offer a sightseeing by air.We offer a safe and comfortable aircraft for up to 8 passengers.If you want a trip to remember,a flight over the magnificent landscape of Athens here it is.
Taormina's top sights and attractions:
- Greek Theater: Taormina's Greek theater was built in the third century BC, renovated by the Romans, and is now used for summer performances. The theater, built into the hillside, has excellent acoustics and spectacular views of the sea and Mt. Etna.
- Medieval Quarter: A clocktower gate serves as the starting point for Taormina's picturesque medieval section with its narrow streets and old shops now selling modern clothing, crafts, and souvenirs.
- Corso Umberto: The lively main street through town, Corso Umberto, is lined with shops and bars. Along the street are people-filled squares good for enjoying an outdoor drink and people-watching. One of the best squares is Piazza IX Aprile with great sea views.
- Piazza Vittorio Emanuele: Taormina's tourist office is in the unique Palazzo Corvaja, a mix of Arab, Norman, and Catalan-Gothic architecture. The palazzo also houses the Museum of Sicilian Arts and Traditions (closed Mondays). In the square are Santa Caterina Church and remains of a small Roman theater.
- Piazza del Duomo: A Baroque fountain with a centaur, the symbol of Taormina, is at the center of Piazza del Duomo. The Church of San Nicola, also called the fortress cathedral, was built in 1400 over an older church. It has pink marble columns and interesting carvings. Its main portal was rebuilt in 1636 and has a Reniassance-style rosette.
- Regional Archaeological Museum: Inside Palazzo Badia Vecchia on a Roman bath site, the museum has finds from Greek and Roman sites.
- Medieval Castle and Madonna della Rocca: The ruins of a medieval castle are in a picturesque position at the top of Monte Tauro where you'll find outstanding views. There's also a sanctuary from 1640, Madonna della Rocca.
- Public Gardens: Another good view spot is the public gardens, Via Bagnoli Croce, with flowers and exotic plants.
- Beaches: Below Taormina are beaches, coves, and a peaceful sea perfect for swimming. There are paths between the town and the coast. There's also a cable car to Mazzaro, the beach resort just below Taormina, from Via L Pirandello. Buses run to beaches, too.
- Giardini-Naxos: Excavations of the first Greek colony on Sicily can be visited at Giardini-Naxos. There's part of a Greek temple and a museum, too.
- Isola Bella: The beautiful nature reserve of Isola Bella is just south of Taormina. A small finger of land connects the island to the beach below Taormina.
- Mount Etna: There are many day tours available to Mount Etna. The scenic Circumetnea Railroad circles Mount Etna and stops at several villages. Mount Etna offers good hiking and skiing.