Taormina plus Mt. Etna and Savoca Driving Tour
Same as S2.1 Explore Taormina above, but with the addition of a driving tour to Savoca and the Mt. Etna viewpoint. In addition to being the largest active volcano in Europe, and one of the most active volcanoes in the world, Mt. Etna is known for her astonishingly beautiful landscape and breathtaking views of the Ionian sea. If you’re in the area, experiencing
this natural wonder first-hand is an absolute must, and, as an added bonus, on our way to or from Mt. Etna we’ll make a stop in lovely Savoca, the small Sicilian town where several scenes from the movie “The Godfather” were filmed.
Availability: Year round
Days of operation: Daily
Duration: Approx. 7 hours
Pick-up at hotel: 9:00 am (and 1:30 pm optional pick-up June - September)
Price for Exclusive Private Tours: minimum 2 people/8 people maximum Adults €295.00 each for first 2 people €235.00 each additional adult. Children (6-14 years old) €145.00 Children (under 6 years old) €95.00
CASH PAYMENT PREFERRED. PAYMENT WITH CREDIT CARD AVAILABLE WITH 10% SURCHARGE.
Included: Local guide for Taormina walking tour and driver to and from Mt. Etna.
Not included: Admission tickets to attractions and gratuities for your guide and driver are not included. It is customary to offer a gratuity if you are pleased with your service. If you book this tour from another city, transportation to Taormina is not included. If you need assistance with travel arrangements to Taormina, we’ll be happy to organize flights for you from Rome or other major cities in Italy and car transfers from any city in Sicily.
Optional Seaside Lunch Add-on: After you have worked up an appetite, if you wish to avoid the touristy spots and have a quality, authentic Italian meal along the gorgeous Ionian coast, you can add on lunch at one of the very best restaurants in the area. We’ll have a fixed seafood menu prepared for you for €39.00 (excluding drinks/wine/other food items, children’s menu for €32) or you can order off of the regular menu a la carte. (Note: ordering a la carte generally results in a higher price and takes longer.)