Archeological Area of Agrigento – Sicilia

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Italy counts 53 UNESCO World Heritage Sites (2 new introduced in 2017) within its borders, the most of any country on the World Heritage List.

The Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, adopted by the UNESCO General Conference on November 16, 1972, states that the organization is the official designator of these sites. 

The goal of the Convention is to identify, according to precise criteria, areas, zones and places containing unique characteristics, of particular importance in regards to culture, archaeology, environment or landscape. 

Italybeyond will be happy to organize packages to visit the Unesco sites that you desire. Please use our request form.

Clicking on the name of the Site you are linked to the official Unesco website