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If the park is closed, go up Viale G. Rizzo from Viale Teracati to the belvedere overlooking the ruins, which are floodlit at night. Full review →
Syracuse's Archaeological Park contains the town's most important Greek and Roman buildings, all on the mainland at the western edge of town to the immediate north of Stazione Centrale. Full review →
For the classicist, Syracuse's real attraction is this archaeological park, home to the pearly white 5th-century-BC Teatro Greco. Full review →
This 5C BC theatre, one of the largest monuments from antiquity, was carved into the rock using the natural slope of the Temenite hill Full review →