Ancient Greek city, Syracuse was built on the Ionian Sea and from the sea derives all of its charm and its beauty thanks to the most beautiful sunset around the world. Ortigia is the oldest part of Syracuse, with the peculiarity of its baroque architecture and the charm of the narrow streets and courtyards that are intertwined teeming with life and crafts and culinary traditions. Art, history and mythology come together in a single unique island, where each element retains its uniqueness. You can walk among the ruins of ancient Greek temples that blend the rich baroque squares and palaces and discover unexpectedly Norman settlements and Jewish.
Urban transport lines promoted by the City of Syracuse in addition to lines operated by AST, for citizens and tourists, which combine the places of cultural and tourist interest and areas of shopping and socializing. The service is performed with electric buses that reduce gas emissions and noise pollution.