Mount EtnaMount Etna is the highest volcano in Europe and her domineering presence looms over Catania. The city has been buried several times under rivers of lava and the volcano is still very active today. Take a tour of the moon-like landscape to view the active craters and ancient lava flows and caves. Stay in a Bed and Breakfast Catania nearby and explore the stunning nature reserve around the mountain with its lush fruit orchards and forests.
Palazzo BiscariOne of the most important buildings in Catania is the Palazzo Biscari. Home of the Biscari family, the descendants of Sicilian royalty, The palace is one of the most exquisite displays of Catanese baroque architecture in Sicily. With 700 rooms, the interior is ornately decorated with intricate stuccos, mirrored walls and frescoed ceilings. Take time out of your schedule at your Bed and Breakfast Catania to marvel at the rococo designs.
Traditional LemonadeWhile wandering the streets of the old town you may notice the abundance of little kiosks selling homemade lemonade. Many are to be found but especially at the Piazza Umberto. They serve a drink made from sparkling water from Etna, sugar syrups and citrus juices. Act like a local and enjoy this refreshing drink before heading off to the famous fish market, La Pescheria. Here you can experience the true local culture amongst the raucous vibrant atmosphere of the huge outdoor market.
AirBnB CataniaAn AirBnB Catania can seem like a good option for budget accommodation while staying in the city. One advantage a Bed and Breakfast Catania has over an AirBnB Catania is our friendly welcoming hosts. Local people who can offer you priceless advice during your Sicilian break, making sure you get the most out of your stay.