Colour Tv + DVD player
Wardrobe and bedside table
Safe box and double glazed windows
No curfew
Traditional breakfast
Air conditioning

Indications of the most important tourist itineraries in Sicily
Conventions with restaurants and sea shores   


We would like to point out some of Catania’s attractions:
-the central Piazza Duomo, featuring the symbol of the city, the elephant made of lava stone
- Monastero dei Benedettini on Piazza Dante
- Chiesa di Santa Chiara from the late 18th. Century
- Fontana dell’ Amenano
- Piazza Mazzini and the house (turned museum) in which Giovanni Verga was born
-Chiesa della SantissimaTrinità, built after the earthquake of 1693
- Chiesa di San Nicolò, the biggest church in Sicily
- Chiesa di Santa Maria dell’Aiuto
- Chiesa di San Giuliano
- Chiesa di San Francesco Borgia

Furthermore there are:
- Chiesa di San Benedetto on Piazza Asmundo
- Arciconfraternita dei Bianchi from the 18th. Century in Via San Martino
- Cattedrale dedicata a Sant’ Agata, the church built between 1078 and 1093 and consecrated to  Sant’Agata, the patron saint of the city
- Badia di Sant’Agata
- Basilica di Santa Maria dell’ Elemosina o Collegiata, riconstructed after the earthquake of 1693

And finally:
- Anfiteatro romano and the Odeon in Via Teatro Greco
- Castello Ursino on Piazza Federico II di Svevia
- Palazzo degli Elefanti and Porta Uzeda
- Palazzo delle Scienze, housing the museums of mineralogy, geology, and volcanology, and the museum of paleontology, featuring fossils from the era of the Palaeozoic to the Quaternary.


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