Hotel Posta

Address: Via Trieste, 33, Syracuse, Sicily, 96100, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Trieste, 33, Syracuse, is near Ortygia, Syracuse Cathedral (Temple of Athena), Fonte Aretusa, and Temple of Apollo (Tempio di Apollo).
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    To the beach

    A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Jul 29, 2015

    ... a nice and open square (who wants to eat in an open square in the middle of the sun at 35 degrees ?
    We strolled through the village and then went to the beach.
    Beaching seems to be a life style for most Sicilians, after some extensive searching we found a nice spot, where there were not too many weeds in the sea and installed ourselves amongst the locals.
    The sea was beautiful, the water was warm - really warm- beach was sandy and you could walk for ...

    Discovering the area

    A travel blog entry by johan.maes.1426 on Jul 28, 2015

    Tuesday, July 28, 2015

    Today we woke up early to get to Syracuse which is on the Eastern side of the Island. We left our little house early to end up in the middle of a traffic jam close to Syracuse. Despite the traffic we reached a parking spot close to the archeological park an dropped the car there. Temperature was rising already substantially. Although our parking was a good one, it was on the ...

    Historic Neapolis OR "A Body Floats in a Fluid..."

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 06, 2014

    11 photos

    ... name from the artisans which for centuries and only up to a few decades ago, made handmade ropes for the city. Apparently, the site was ideal for rope making because of the cave's humid air. Today, it is in danger of collapse and closed to visitors, as are the Latomia of the Intagliatella and the Latomia of Santa Venera.

    The Teatro Greco (Greek Theatre), Temenite Hill

    Lonely Planet Guide states that from the Latomia it is just a "Quick hop to ...

    Hanging around with Saro and Pina.

    A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 12, 2011

    1 comment, 4 photos

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    We then visited the Amphi Teatro Romano. Standing at street level, looking down where the ancient Roman city once was, we could see the remains of the Theatre's original form. Roman buildings often served as foundations for later structures, which did not always preserve the constructions in their original forms.

    Built around 300 BC, the theatre was built on an older theatre from 500 BC. Covered walkways, corridors, some small stairways and parts of the Cavea ...

    Beach Day at Funni Musca.

    A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 10, 2011

    12 photos

    ... are sand dunes, Mediterranean vegetation and salty marshes frequented by migratory birds. The water is transparent with tones ranging from green to emerald to intense blue. It's a breathtaking sight for all nature lovers.

    We spent most of the day bronzing ourselves in the Mediterranean sun and swimming in the clear waters.

    Later that afternoon Saro drove us to Noto, Noto is famous for its fine buildings of the early 18th century, ...