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We came here with a private guide who directed us to the one parking place which was free:) From here we set off to explore. Our guide adores the place and so his enthusiasm was very infectious. He pointed out so many details to us,...More
If you are planning a visit to Sicily this is not to be missed. The Upper Ragusa town is not so interesting but Ragusa Ibla, the lower town, is a mixture of picturesque narrow streets and eighteenth century architecture. Full of UNESCO listed churches and...More
Ragusa Ibla is certainly beautiful, and it is worthwhile to see the Sicilian baroque cathedral, wander the neighboring streets, and enjoy the fine park. Unfortunately it is very touristy, and amenities are confined to a very small zone. It is impossible to hike into the...More
Ragusa Ibla is one of a number of World Heritage sites designated by UNESCO. It is a beautiful baroque jewel of a town with many churches and Palazzos. We visited during the La Vie dei Tesori, an event held over two weekends. Twenty churches, Palazzos...More
Stay in the old town.
Very unique atmospheric place
A lot of slopes, steps and stairs. Narrow lanes in all directions.
Well lit in evenings and feels very safe.
Lots of great places to eat from the elegant high end Cenobio in an old convent...More
Palazzo Bertini, Ragusa
This ought to have a page to itself but it doesn't so I post it here having already reviewed the Conversation Club and the Opera Theatre Donnafugata. We only got to see the garden and the kitchen of this old building. The...More
Well woeth booking a hotel and staying several days as there is much to discover. Plenty of opportunities for lovely walks around the town. A town for the fit as it is very hilly but the sightseeing bus is a good alternative if you want...More
11am to 8am disappeared, we were so absorbed by this town. Then we were surprised by the locals in procession with the statue of Maria followed by the town band, church bells ringing to celebrate her passing all across the town, and we followed her...More
I don’t usually start any review with any negativity but as Ibla gets such amazing reviews our expectations were raised to very high levels.
We’d also spent time staying in Castelmola (Taormina), Ortygia and dropped off to Modica (which was lovely) so comparisons are inevitable....More
Yep, you can find street parking everywhere in Ragusa and also in Ragusa Ibla but you'd better rent a small car because the streets are very narrow! There is also plenty of parking outside the walls of Ragusa Ibla so you can... More
Yep, you can find street parking everywhere in Ragusa and also in Ragusa Ibla but you'd better rent a small car because the streets are very narrow! There is also plenty of parking outside the walls of Ragusa Ibla so you can also park there and walk in.
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Not sure if it’s too late to respond? But we stayed around the corner from the bus stop in Ibla ( much more scenic than upper Ragusa) in an amazing Airbnb owned by Biagio. There is a restaurant in the hotel across the street... More
Not sure if it’s too late to respond? But we stayed around the corner from the bus stop in Ibla ( much more scenic than upper Ragusa) in an amazing Airbnb owned by Biagio. There is a restaurant in the hotel across the street from the bus station with a terrace overlooking the spectacular cathedral and small piazza. The food and service was fantastic. Highly recommend!