Embark on a luxurious adventure to explore one of the most extraordinary archaeological sites in the world within a single day, commencing from Palermo.
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Embark on a luxurious journey to visit one of the world's most astounding archaeological sites in a single day, departing from Palermo. A visit to Agrigento and the Temple Valley will grant you unparalleled insight into the cultural and historical significance of this region, allowing you to immerse yourself in the rich cultural history of the Sicilian people. Because Agrigento was once a major Greek colony in Sicily, this area boasts a seamless fusion of Italian and Greek culture, and even in the present-day city, remnants of this Greek cultural legacy can be observed.
Once you have completed a pleasant minivan ride from Palermo, you will embark on a guided tour of the Agrigento "Valle dei Templi" region. The remnants of seven ancient temples, all constructed in the Doric style, still maintain a grand and imposing presence, despite being mostly in ruins. A licensed, expert English-speaking guide will accompany you on this incredible journey through time, from the ancient Greek era to the present day.
Once this truly unforgettable experience has come to a close, what could be a better way to conclude your day trip than with a delectable, exclusive Sicilian dinner? Expect to indulge in traditional local cuisine and exceptional wines, relishing every mouth-watering morsel before returning to Palermo.
Luxury Mercedes Minivan or Minibus transportation to and from Palermo is available for your convenience.
The tour will be led by a driver and tour guide who are fluent in English.
Included in the package are admission tickets to Agrigento Archeological Park along with a guided tour of the premises.
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