- 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
Naida is an Art Historian with a Master’s Degree in Art History from the University of Palermo, and a Master’s Degree in Cultural management, from the University of Rome. She specialized in contemporary art, and for the past few years, she has been involved in developing educational programmes for both children and adults, in various schools and museums across Sicily. Naida lives in Palermo and loves to take her groups through off the beaten paths. She is also passionate about local cuisine and loves to lead walks that are related to the city’s ancient markets, and its now world famous street food.
Alessandra is an archaeologist and historian. She studied Humanities in Catania and is specialized in Classical Archaeology. Her main field of scientific research is the study of material culture in Sicily and Magna Graecia. She has carried out surveys and excavated in Siena, Sesto Fiorentino, Catania, Caltagirone and Piazza Armerina. Alessandra also worked as a consultant for didactic activities within the Archaeological Museum of Kamarina and the municipality of Vittoria. She currently collaborates with the University of Catania, producing documentaries and giving lectures on the communication of history and archaeology through the media. Alessandra is Assistant Professor within the Erasmus Intensive Programme “Archaeology’s places and contemporary uses” at the University of Catania.