Arethusa Hotel

Address: Via Francesco Crispi 75, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Francesco Crispi 75, Syracuse, is near Fountain of Arethusa, Castello Eurialo, and Foro Siracusano.
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Travel Blogs from Syracuse

To the beach

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

... 20 metres into the sea and still stand without any problem.
So we stayed there for a while, took some dives in the nice water and enjoyed the relaxed life.
After that we went back to our home and further on to visit Noto (the other street) and found a very nice restaurant. Lots of locals, lots of different dishes from what we used to have and a nice atmosphere.
With that our journey in Noto is over, tomorrow we leave for the north eastern part...

Discovering the area

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

... we took the bus to Ortegia, which is the old part of Syracuse with a number of churches (had you thought differently) a number of palazzos, (had you thought differently) and small and dark streets with room for a scooter at best, but where the Sicilians would drive a car. It was a good idea to use the bus to get there as the streets where very small and traffic was limited. The walk was nice and specifically the ...

Idyllic Ortygia: Of Legends and Nymphs

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 06, 2014

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... right on the Ionian coastline and within walking distance of the major attractions of Ortygia. We were delighted with our hotel. A private mansion built in the early 1990's, it was later converted to a top class hotel. Sadly, the hotel fell into disrepair and was closed in the 1970's where it remained untouched for another forty years. In 2003 it was refurbished at great expense and is now a world class beautifully appointed hotel, with ...

Day Trip to Syracuse

A travel blog entry by crystalsims on Jun 10, 2013

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... Greek Theater, which was built under King Hiero I in the 5th Century BC and later expanded under Hiero II. It is entirely hewn out of stone and has the largest cavea of any Ancient Greek theater, which 20,000 seats. Our guide explained that the theater for the center of political life. From the 5th century BC, Dionysian festivals were held in winter and spring lasting 5-6 days in honor of Dionysus (Bacchus) god of wine, fertility ...

Road Trip to Ragusa Ilba

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 16, 2011

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... earthquake which killed some 5,000 inhabitants. Following this catastrophe the city was largely rebuilt, many baroque buildings date from this period. Most of the population moved to a new settlement in the former district of Patro, calling the new municipality "Ragusa Superiore" (Upper Ragusa) and the ancient city "Ragusa Inferiore" (Lower Ragusa). The two cities remained separated until 1926, when they were fused together to become the ...

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