Popular Destinations: Catania Airport

Messina

Throughout its thousand years old history, the city has always been an important trading port on the Mediterranean Sea.

Messina was founded by the ancient Greeks during the Greek colonization of the Mediterranean. Later, the Romans, the Byzantines and the Arabs, the Normans, the Swabians and the Anjou rulers left their cultural and architectural imprint on the region just as the once so frequent earthquakes and wars.

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Siracusa

There are only a few places in the world where the past and the present, the myths and the reality live in such a harmony with each other. Syracuse is such a place like this. Its old town built from white marble is surrounded by the modern part of the city almost politely.

Although Syracuse doesn't have an airport, it's easily accessible from the nearby Catania Fontanarossa Airport.

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Catania

Catania, one of Sicily's most important commercial centres, lays on the eastern side of the island, 30 kilometres from the Mount Etna, where the last major volcano outbreak happened in 1693.

It wasn't today - maybe that's why the locals found it proper to build their homes and other buildings from the volcano's black lava stones.

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Taormina

Taormina is one of Sicily's top travel destinations since the 19th century, when it became part of the European Grand Tour. It is a popular resort town nowadays as well, with many interesting sights and attractions.

Taormina, Sicily's jewel has a lot of picturesque remnants from its Greek and Roman times (The most famous one is the Greek Theatre), has a medieval quarter and castle ruins as well. There are modern shops and restaurants of course, but those are not the reasons to come here.

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Gela

Sicily awaits the lovers of active and passive relaxation alike with many attractions. Every season: spring, summer, autumn, is perfect for driving around and exploring the "island of the Sun". Car rental is a great option for those who don’t arrive in the city with their own car; you can rent a car in Gela too, so the city can be a good starting point for exploring the southern coast of the island.

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