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Catania is home to lots of things to see and do for every visitor. Keep reading for a taste of its most popular sights.
As you explore the city streets, you'll be rubbing shoulders with around 290,000 people.
The nation's capital, Rome, sits 330 miles northwest of Catania, while San Gregorio di Catania can be found 4 miles to the north.
Ebookers customers probably know this already, but Mount Etna simply mustn't be missed. As far as world-class attractions go, it's one of the best.
There's loads of family fun to be had here. From Etnaland to Timpa di Leucatia, the kids aren't going to be disappointed.
Learn a thing or two about the region's plants while you browse the stunning gardens at the Botanical Garden of University of Catania.
Like the sound of an alfresco lunch? Pick up some cheese and other nibbles and take off to Gioeni Park or Villa Pacini for a relaxing picnic. Alternatively, get some exercise and keep the kids on the go by wandering around Adrano Public Park or Bellini Gardens.
In need of a bit of time by the ocean? Take a nice, relaxing walk and add to your seashell collection at Catania Beach.
Ursino Castle and the Emilio Greco Museum both have a range of captivating displays. Ask the welcoming staff about one-off happenings or stroll the calm halls on your own. The Catania Toy Museum and the Bellini Civic Museum are also top options for museum buffs.
Exhibiting a range of the latest in science discoveries, Catania Astrophysical Observatory offers everything you need to keep your mind buzzing.
Some people are passionate about art, while others haven't even glanced at a sculpture or painting since those compulsory art classes. No matter which of these categories you fall into, you're bound to find plenty that inspires you in the gorgeous, eye-opening and sometimes challenging works at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sicily and the Brodbeck Foundation.
One of the best ways to understand the now is to look to the past. Find out how this city came to be the place it is today at the Diocesano Museum and the Historical Museum of the Landing in Sicily 1943.
A visit to Catania offers many options when it comes to historic attractions. You're sure to get a deeper understanding of times gone by at the Greek-Roman Theatre and Palazzo Biscari. If that's not enough to satisfy the history geek in you, extend your sightseeing to Catania Cathedral and the Elephant Fountain.
Make sure to clear some time in your schedule to traverse Bridge of the Saracens. This timeless structure has spanned the waters for what seems like an eternity, adding a little traditional atmosphere to Catania.
They were certainly trying to show off when they constructed Castle of Norman and San Giuliano Palace, and we are certainly impressed. University Palace and Elephants Palace are two more stately abodes. Find some information about tours if you care to see the best bits of them.
Most of us had childhood fantasies of being a king or queen. Leucatia Castle looks as though it was designed for a fairytale book, so drop by and discover what it's really like to live like a royal.
You don't need to have faith to see Benedictine Monastery of San Nicolo and Saint Nicholas' Church, two sites celebrated for their historical and religious value. Church of San Giuliano and Church of The Mother will also interest travellers looking for some quiet self-reflection.
They're unlikely to be at the top of your sightseeing list, but Malavoglia Fountain and the Ursino Recovery Library are still well worth checking out. Tribunale di Catania and Diving Sicily also offer a memorable day out.
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