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Catania is served by the Catania-Fontanarossa Airport, which is 20 minutes from the city’s bus station. The airport receives charter and scheduled flights from Europe and within Italy.
A resilient city
The city of Catania cannot be anything else but tough and resilient, with the fiery and violent Mount Etna as its next-door neighbor. While its eruptions did major damage to the city, its famous Baroque architecture, the main city feature, is hewn from the black volcanic boulders spewed by the volcano. Do not miss seeing the Elephant Fountain (u Liotru), as the elephant is the city’s symbol. Most of the sights here are the classical buildings, Roman thermal baths and the city centre, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site where more than 90 historical and Baroque churches and buildings are more than enough to keep you busy.
Book a cheap flight to Catania through Skiddoo and enjoy a leisurely walk along La Plaja and go up Mount Etna, after you’ve done sightseeing in the main city centre.
Temperature average in July
18.8 - 34.3°C
Rainfall average in July