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[Festival Guide] Greek Theater Festival in Syracuse, Sicily

Syracuse boasts the only school of classical Greek drama outside of Athens, and from mid-May to mid-June, it hosts live performances of Greek plays in the city's ancient Teatro Greco. Ciclo di Rappresentazioni, or the Festival of Greek Theatre, is Syracuse, Sicily's crowning jewel and its most important annual attraction. Throughout May and June, the…Read more [Festival Guide] Greek Theater Festival in Syracuse, Sicily

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[Photography] Best Panini in the World (probably)

The #1 Restaurant  and #1 Place to Eat in Syracuse, Sicily on Trip Advisor and a favourite among the locals, Caseificio Borderi is probably the best place to eat a panino in the world. Nestled between Ortigia's open-air market and adorable cafe's - usually laden with porting cruise ship passengers - Borderi's is an unremarkable butcher shop at first glance, but…Read more [Photography] Best Panini in the World (probably)

Photography 101: Street

I will be posting a photo every day (or at least I'll try to) for the month of November as part of The Daily Post's Photography 101 online workshop. Each day, we are given a new challenge to interpret through our own photography. This photo is a short panoramic I took on a whim while exploring Siracusa…Read more Photography 101: Street

Ortigia: Piccola Roma

It's impossible not to become entranced by the regal beauty of Ortigia. A small, densly populated island off the shores of Siracusa is an absolute must-see for anyone visiting Sicily. I fell instantly in love with the tangle of narrow cobblestone streets, greenery, unique shops and bountiful caffes and ristorantes. Although I've never been to…Read more Ortigia: Piccola Roma

Siracusa: Old world beauty

Ciao tutti! The past week and a half certainly has been a whirlwind! So far I've been having a blast adjusting to my temporary life in Siracusa, Sicily, and loving all the associated challenges. Italian life has certainly been an adjustment, however I'm relishing every minute of it. Deciding to start a travel blog has…Read more Siracusa: Old world beauty