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Valley of the Temples
This ridge outside Agrigento is an archaeological treasure trove and one of the world’s most well-preserved collections of Ancient Greek architecture. In one area, you can wander between the stunning Temple of Concordia—built in the 5th century BC—the ancient Temple of Vulcan, and the Temple of Olympian Zeus that was sacked by the Carthaginians in 406 BC.
Temple of Juno
This 5th-century temple bears the scars of an ancient conflict. It was burned by the Carthaginians in 406 BC, and you can still see the faint scorch marks even today. The temple was restored by the Romans when Sicily became a province of the empire around the 3rd century BC – stop by with your camera to capture a photo of a true survivor.
Grand Canal Views
The best way to experience Venice’s beautiful Grand Canal is from the water. Lined by hundreds of historic buildings that date as far back as the 13th century, you’ll glide along getting lost in the sights. Hop on a water taxi or take the more romantic route with a gondola for two.
Rialto Bridge
Standing on the Rialto Bridge at sunset, you’ll quickly understand why Casanova was known for wooing his ladies in this part of town. Whisk your true love away to the bridge at sunset when night starts to fall, when the glorious pink and orange sky is reflecting on the water. Thinking about popping the question? Looks like you found the spot!
Rialto Area Walk
Strolling around Venice’s central Rialto neighborhood, you’ll get a real feel for city life. Grab some fresh produce from the endless fruit and fish markets, treat yourself to Giacomo Rizzo’s gondola-shaped pasta, or pick up your very own gondolier’s hat from Emilio Ceccato. You can also wander along the city’s oldest bridge, Ponte di Rialto, and find yourself surrounded by perfect examples of Venetian Gothic architecture.