Together Sicilia | Modica
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About This Project


In 2002 it was included, along with Val di Noto, in the list of World Heritage Site due to its historic center, full of Baroque architecture. Birthplace of Salvatore Quasimodo, when 20 August 1901 was born the poet, won the Nobel Prize for Literature on December 10, 1959. The house where the Saviour lived only the first 14 months of his life, can be visited together with churches and monuments. Modica and ‘also one of the world’s capital of chocolate.


Duration: 10 hours about from 08,00AM to 06,00PM


Itinerary: Car with driver


Guide: Under request and also in Language

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20 November

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