Catania Places to Visit to this beautiful and historical Greek colony and city of Italy in the east coast of Sicily. Catania is known for its Classical buildings, Roman thermal structures, Baroque and historical churches and many Other structures and ancient monuments.
No matter whether you are an old or a new visitor to this city, it always feels like a cruise to heaven while planning a vacation in Sicily’s most beautiful city-Catania. Although the city has been rocked and rolled by the nearby Mount Etna volcano many times in the not-so recent past, Catania happens to own a very awe-inspiring geographical landscape.
Catania Places to Visit include ancient monuments such as Greek-Roman Theatre of Catania, Odeon, Amphitheatre, Greek Acropolis of Montevergine, Roman Aqueduct, Roman Forum, Roman broken arcades, Christian basilicas, hypogea, burial monuments and Catacombs and Roman Colonnade. You may also find many beautiful churches in the city of Catania, many of them has ancient importance.
Some of the other Catania Places to Visit are Roman thermal structures. They include Achillean Baths, Terme dell’Indirizzo, Terme di Santa Maria Odigitria, Terme della Rotonda, Baths of the Four Quoins, Terme di Palazzo Asmundo, Terme del Palazzo dell’Università, Terme di Casa Gagliano and Terme della Chiesa di Sant’Antonio Abate.
Mother Nature has bestowed its best on the city while its people and many attractive places go on to make Catania even more alluring. Being one of the main economic, touristic, and educational centers in the Sicilian Island and an important hub of industry, Catania has rightly gained the moniker, ‘European Silicon Valley.’
Therefore, one can well imagine the wide variety of tourists that it pulls towards itself including leisure tourists and business visitors, students and globe-trotters. While hundreds and thousands of travelers have landed in the Catania expecting to see beautiful women and relish good food, but they have found a lot more than that. Book a flight to Catania and come hither to explore a distinctive universe of impressive nature, a celebrated antiquity and a ‘carpe diem’ lifestyle, donning the sounds of timeless music and traditions.