Attractions to explore nearby Teatro Antico di Taormina
The Ancient Theater of Taormina is the second largest ancient theater in Sicily after the Greek Theater of Syracuse. It is excavated in the rock and the scene has the Ionian Sea and Mount Etna as a background . It has a maximum diameter of about 109 meters and a height of about 20 meters. The auditorium is divided into nine sectors with eight stairways that allow spectators access. Today the theater, in addition to being used as a tourist place, is mainly used for concerts amd so more.
Palazzo Corvaja is a historic building in Taormina , which faces, on one side, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II called "della Badia" and Corso Umberto and on the other, Piazza Santa Caterina and Piazza Fabio Bonasera. Currently the first floor houses the museum of popular arts and traditions while on the ground floor there is the tourist information office.
Piazza IX Aprile is located right in the center of Corso Umberto. It is known for the breathtaking view of the azure Ionian Sea and of the Mount Etna. The most important building in the square is certainly the tower , known as the Clock. Built in the 12th century, it was destroyed several times over time, but was always rebuilt.
Taormina is an Italian town of 10 539 inhabitants in the metropolitan city of Messina in Sicily. It is one of the most important international tourist centers in the Sicilian region, known for its natural landscape, marine beauties, and historical monuments and it was an important destination of the Grand Tour.
The Corso Umberto I is one of the most recent historical streets of Naples. 1.3 kilometers long, it is a major artery that connects the city center to the railway station. The road starts from Piazza Giovanni Bovio and continues straight to Piazza Garibaldi, where the Napoli Centrale station is located (it was in fact called "Piazza Della Ferrovia"), passing Piazza Nicola Amore, named after the mayor who was the architect of the recovery.
The tiny island of Isola Bella at the seaside of Taormina is one of the best beaches around the town thanks to its wild and unspoilt nature. The beach itself is pebbly, but the picturesque scenery and the view make up for it. The rocky island was once the property of King Ferdinand II, who gifted it to the city of Taormina in 1806.