The Siracusa Sorella Luna 3 star Guest House is conveniently located
in a central point between the Island of Ortigia, which represents
the historical, medieval centre of the town; and the famed Archaeological
zone, which features among other things Siracusa’s most famous
treasure: the ancient Greek Amphitheatre, carved into the volcanic
rock millennia ago and still used today for performance!
This quaint town has continued to thrive inconspicuously since
its foundation as a Greek colony back in 731 BC and is today a vibrant
and interesting destination featuring evidence of nearly 3 millennia
of history in a stunning natural landscape just 30km south of Europe’s
largest active volcano.
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Where are we?
Siracusa is in the southern part of the Island of Sicily, on the
eastern side. It’s connected to the rest of the country by
road (autostrada), rail and sea. If you’re planning
a car trip to Siracusa use the map above to plan your journey.
If coming by rail or coach you’ll arrive at Siracusa Train
Station and the Sorella Luna is just moments away, on Via Francesco
Crispi. Again, use the map above to help you.
For links concerning car hire, rail travel, the Port of Siracusa
and airlines serving Catania Fontanarossa Airport go to our Useful
Links page, where you’ll also find a list of
our partner hotels in other Italian cities.