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How to Find the Best Ragusa Hotels with Hotels.com

Ragusa is one of the most stunning places to visit in Sicily. Perched on a hilltop, sundrenched and mysterious, this is a city you will not forget in a hurry. When thinking of booking Ragusa hotels, why not trust the sector specialists to find you the ideal hotel room? Hotels.com possesses the long-established know how to ensure you will find your perfect accommodation. The fully searchable Hotels.com website lets travellers browse, filter and sort hotels according to useful criteria. Visitors can read previous guests' feedback and ratings of the hotels they stayed at, as well as perusing up to date room photo galleries. Lastly, travellers will be able to position every single hotel on interactive area maps to ensure they check into a hotel suitably located in relation to landmarks and attractions they intend to visit.

What's Ragusa Like?

Ragusa is a Baroque pearl in the Sicilian hinterland. You absolutely have to dedicate a whole day to an exploration of Ibla, Ragusa's baroque old town. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the historic centre is a maze of quaint cobbled lanes, grandiose palazzos and imposing fountains popping up unexpectedly in piazzas to the side of the main roads or up rickety flights of steps. Other impressive sights and attractions for visitors are the magnificent 12th century church of San Giorgio, the stretch of Medieval walls near the charming church of San Trovato, the imposing Baroque Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista, the best Sicilian Baroque specimen Palazzo Zacco, the stunning church of San Giuseppe and the Church of Santa Maria dell'Itria.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Ragusa

When visiting this corner of Sicily away from the tourist beaten track, it is a good idea to master some Italian to be able to get by on a daily basis. English is not widely spoken outside of international travellers' hubs. Most museum and gallery displays (and info panels in churches, too) are in Italian, with some minimum, and usually not very good, English translation. The locals will be grateful for some interaction as they are exceptionally friendly and welcoming, as is the case in the whole of Sicily. To mingle with the natives, enjoy the street markets and little trattorias where you can sample hearty and unpretentious fare like Ravioli alla Ragusana. Although local cuisine is quite meat-heavy, vegetarian travellers will be able to fill up on tasty fruit, vegetables, Caciocavallo Ragusano cheese and dense local bread. So are you ready to savour all that Ragusa has to offer? Trust Hotels.com to book you the perfect room and start packing!