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Going there you understand easily why this place is UNESCO world heritage. You find a lot of Beautiful historic buildings. I guess this is the reason why it is pretty crowded with tourists. And the City is Not Big so it feels like even more...More
Would you believe this beautiful city has more than 50 churches. We managed 25. The buildings are stunning, it is traffic free which was great. We took a wonderful slow amble along the streets, it was an absolute joy. We visited one of the bell...More
On our stay in Sicily, we wouldn't miss the city of Noto, rebuilt in baroque style after the severe earthquake of 1693. Well, I know now why the whole city is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage. Stroll on the Corso Vittorio Emmanuelle - the...More
So many amazing buildings in this town especially the churches . From memory I think it’s saint Lucy church you pay like 2 euro and it allows you to climb right to the top on the church , it has an insane view of the...More
Visited Noto this week it’s stunning - several streets built in warm Italian stone with the pinnacle being the duomo and area surrounding it.
In the early evening in particular the light on the cathedral was beautiful. Lots of interesting restaurants and good ice cream...More
Hi there, during the day we,ve been to the beach somewhere between Siracuse and Noto, and we decided to try Noto for an afternoon walk and dinner. We parked the car close to the top and we discovered a jewellery of baroque arhitecture, a lively...More
Beautiful buildings. Stunning views across the land and sea.
4 stars only because, during the day the atmosphere have a Disney land feel. This is due to many buildings are empty . It's worth the climb up at least one of the towers for the...More
Beautiful small town nestled amongst the Sicilian hills a short distance from Catania.
It’s what you’d expect - beautiful churches, cobbled stones, historical monuments, cafes and small piazzas. What you might not expect however is the abundance of great restaurants and evening wine/cocktail bars, making...More