Secrets of Catania – walking tour

I invite you for a walking tour in Catania, during which I will show you the most interesting attractions of this extremely fascinating city. Together, we will of course visit the most important monuments; I will tell you about the history, traditions and legends of the city. We will also take a look at hidden nooks that are not mentioned in the traditional guides. We will chat about the culinary…

Godfather Tour

During the tour, we will admire two picturesque towns: Savoca and Forza d’Agrò, in which Francis Ford Coppola made several famous scenes of the Godfather trilogy. We will visit the real Sicily, sometimes forgotten and abandoned, away from the typical tourist routes. We will get to know the history and nature of these beautiful surroundings. We will be accompanied by amazing views of the Ionian coast and other towns embedded…

Etna & Taormina Tour

During the tour we will visit Etna from its southern side. We will admire its old, extinct craters at an altitude of 2000 meters and amazing views of the Ionian Coast, from Taormina to Catania. Then we will look inside the lava cave. We encounter many ancient and recent flows of solidified lava along the way. We will also have the opportunity to taste local honey, flavored olive oil, wine…

Etna & Alcantara Tour

During the trip we visit Etna from its southern side. We will admire its old, extinct craters at an altitude of 2000 meters and amazing views of the Ionian Coast, from Taormina to Catania. Then we will look inside the lava cave. We encounter many ancient and recent rivers of solidified lava along the way. We will also have the opportunity to taste local honey, flavored olive oil, wine and…

The most disastrous eruptions in the history of Mount Etna.

Mount Etna is an active volcano, and steam and gases are constantly coming out of its craters, what can be easily noticed even from a great distance. It is not uncommon to see more spectacular eruptions, too. Some of them last several hours, others a few days or even several months. The lava from Etna is characterized by high viscosity and flows very slowly, so it does not pose a…

What I love the most about Sicily.

I remember when I first arrived in Sicily. I got shocked immediately after I got off the plane at the Catania airport. The temperature! It was July. I was flying from London, where 3 hours earlier I was getting wet in the rain and the temperature was no higher than 15 °C. That moment was beautiful! I could not breathe and was about to faint, but it is the blissful…