Ragusa Ibla is a charming and picturesque district of the city of Ragusa, located in the southeastern part of Sicily, Italy. It is known for its stunning baroque architecture, winding cobblestone streets, and scenic views of the surrounding countryside.
Ragusa Ibla is home to many historic landmarks, including the stunning Cathedral of San Giorgio, which dates back to the 18th century and is considered one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in Sicily. Other notable attractions in Ragusa Ibla include the Palazzo della Cancelleria, the Palazzo Cosentini, and the Church of Santa Maria delle Scale.
Visitors to Ragusa Ibla can stroll through the narrow streets and alleyways, admiring the architecture and soaking up the atmosphere of this charming district. There are also numerous cafes, restaurants, and shops where visitors can sample the local cuisine and purchase traditional handicrafts and souvenirs.