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|Catania city centre|
|Fontanarossa Airport (CTA): 2 mi from city centre|
Looking forward to a holiday in Catania? Take-off on cheap flights to Catania-Fontanarossa Airport (CTA) onboard airlines like airberlin from Zurich, Alitalia from London, SWISS from Manchester and easyJet from London. The cheapest flights to Catania are no doubt from low cost airlines.
Catania, being located on the gorgeous eastern coast of Sicily is a hot spot for summer holidays, also the most expensive time of the year to visit. If you're after a bargain visit in spring or fall and book your flights to Catania at least 3 months in advance.
Direct flights to Catania take 3 hours from London.
Catania sits on the most active volcano in Europe and is surrounded by the most incredible landscape. The town is most known for its Sicilian Baroque architecture but its locals and street festivals will certainly impress.
Baroque architecture: The town's major feature is its unique architectural features like the use of black and dark lava stone. Take a look at the Piazza del Duomo and don't miss the Elephant Fountain, the symbol of the city.
La Plaja: A trip to Sicily isn't complete without some time at the beach. Take your Catania car hire and head just south of the city where sandy beaches await you along the bay.
Volcano trekking: One of the most obvious things to do while visiting Catania is to go on a volcano trek to the top of Mount Etna, the volcano that has shaped and re-shaped Catania a number of times.
Find more information on Catania Tourism.
Catania won't disappoint visitors with its choice of hotels. There are a number of cheap hotels in Catania plus B&Bs and a few more luxurious choices as well. In the summer, it's essential to book your hotel rooms well in advance.