Syracuse is on the world heritage list and looking at this photo you can see why.
The Sicilian town is one of the main attractions of Sicily, with its Neapolis greek architecture and Ortigia being two gems to visit.
The archaeological park at Neapolis is one of the main archaeological sites of Sicily, with its greek theatre and roman ampitheatre.
Ortigia is the heart of the city and is an open skies museum, mixing greek architecture with that of normandy, aragon and baroque.
Day trips from Syracuse also offer plenty to see, with pristine mediterranean seas and incredible landscapes.
The Cavagrande canyon near Avola is worth a visit, and the area around it is protected by a natural reserve with more archaeological treasures, rich in fauna and flora and with beautiful lakes.
For an Easter break in Syracuse, three nights from April 10 to 13 at the Hotel Centrale start at 260 euros for two people, or at the agriturismo farm stay, Terrauzza sul Mare eight kilometres from Syracuse, prices start at 215 euros.
More Easter deals and packages in Italy can be found in the bed and breakfasts in Sicily listed on Siciliae.