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Hermes Sicily is a team of tour guides and nature guides, based in Syracuse but which arrange excursions in south-eastern Sicily. It's possible to book a certified guide for a private walking tour or, during the summer months, it's also possible to...more
Our walking tour with Eva provided an excellent overview of Sericusa. Eva was informative and effectively answered our questions. She made an effort to make sure that the tour included things that interested us.
Wonderful visit of Ortigia and Neapolis in Siracusa.
Beatrice, our guide, was able to guide us through the history of this part of Italy (piazza Archimede, piazza del Duomo, the incredible Duomo and its stratifications, Neapolis the theatre and the Roman anfiteatro..) always very attentive...More
Seby, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Hermes-Sicily Archeologia e Turismo, responded to this reviewResponded August 23, 2018
We went on the free walking tour offered during the summer on Monday evenings. Our guide, Eva, was very knowledgeable and good at explaining the history and buildings. It was. a really good way to get our bearings and find some of the small tucked...More
Our tour guide was Eva, she was amazing! I learned more than I ever thought I would about Ortigia. She was very knowledgeable about how the city has grown and evolved over time. Her passion for the city really shows. The tour gives a great...More
I just spent the day with Eva, one of the guides, on a personal tour of the area around Siracusa. After hearing about my interests, Noto, small villages, nature and quiet spaces she came up with the perfect day for me. Seeing wild papyrus and...More
We took the free walking tour which starts outside their office at 5.
Ortigia has to be one of Sicily's hidden gems with so much history going all the way back to when the Greeks founded the city in 700BC.
Eva the tour guide was...More