The Archaeological Park on the Siracusa mainland is where most ... More of the ancient structures of the region are found; the Roman Amphitheatre and the Greek Theatre stand out. The Paolo Orsi Regional Archaeological Museum displays a comprehensive collection of relics from ancient times.
Castello Eurialo, a little away from Siracusa, is one of the most impressive fortresses built by the Greeks when they occupied this region.
Siracusa enjoys a warm climate almost throughout the year. The average summer temperatures are around 30°C while in winter it rarely goes below 10°C. While dry winds during summer keep the climate very dry, winter sees a fair amount of ... More rain.
Siracusa is an ancient settlement existing for more than 2,500 years. For a large part of its early existence, the city was ruled by Greeks; the effect of which can be seen even today.
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