- 3 or 3.5 hours
- Get acquainted with Sicily's main sites, history, and neighborhoods
- Led by a family-friendly expert in history or local culture
- Neapolis, Piazza Duomo, Apollo Temple, Fountain of Arethusa, Valley of the Temples, Capo Market, Oratory of Santa Cita, Piazza Marina, and Your choice of sites
Whether you already have something in mind or want help crafting something entirely new, our dedicated planning specialists are on hand to make the most of your travels. Context planners, all travelers in their own right and experts in their dedicated territory, will partner with you to create an itinerary suited exactly to your needs and schedule.
Important: Please let us know at checkout which tour option (Palermo, Agrigento or Syracuse) you would like to book. If you would like to book all 3, please let us know your preferred dates. We'd be happy to arrange 3+ days of family touring for you and your kids!
- Palermo OR Agrigento OR Syracuse
- 3 or 3.5 hours with a family-friendly expert guide
Palermo Tour for Kids: Playing with Art, Food and Tradition - 3 hours
Agrigento Tour for Kids - 3 hours
Syracuse Tour for Kids: Archaeology, Myths, and Adventures in Syracuse - 3.5 hours
A native Palermitan, Enrica is an art historian specialized in contemporary art with a specific interest in Art Brut. She studied at the University of Palermo, and is a Researcher at the Observatory Outsider Art of Palermo. Enrica has developed a great appreciation for spontaneous and naïf art. She has spent a lot of time between Spain, Italy and England working in both the culture and tourism industry. Enrica brings her knowledge and passion for contemporary art to bear when leading itineraries in Palermo and other sites of interests in Sicily.
Rossella is an archaeologist who holds multiple advanced degrees in archaeology from the Universities of Catania and Syracuse. Her main field of scientific research is Sicilian Archaeology. She has been conducting fieldwork for years, and has published scientific papers on subjects ranging from archaeological contexts, to ancient topography and pottery. She is a research fellow at the University Kore in Enna. Rossella also serves on the Sicilian Board of Archaeological Heritage for excavations, surveys, research, and didactic activities. Rossella is devoted to the rehabilitation of her native land’s cultural heritage.
Milena is a Sicilian native and licensed tour guide since 2017. She secured a Master degree in archaeology and she did a three months stage at the Archaeological Museum of Florence, being involved in cataloguing and handling ancient relics. After the university, she got a 1 Level Master degree in management of cultural events, focusing on museum exhibits. Since 2018 she collaborates with the Festival Le Vie dei Tesori, creating and leading thematic and theatrical itineraries for the event set in Siracusa and she also takes part as an expert to school projects having the purpose of introducing children to the cultural heritage.As an insider, she will lead you behind the curtain of the main monuments and places to make you experience the truest soul of Sicily.