Rapa Nui Rooms

Via Gagliani, 13, Catania, 95100, Italy
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bus from catania to palermo

by marikay

What is the name of the bus company and bus that we can take from catania to palermo. what website is the schedule available on. Would really appreciate any help you can give. marikay

Re: bus from catania to palermo

by Beausoleil

My Italian is negligible but here is a web site that lists a bus from Catania to Palermo. Hopefully someone from Italy will give you some directions but if you read Italian, the following web site may be all you need. Good luck


Re: bus from catania to palermo

by Beausoleil

Here's a site in English that may help you. http://sicilyguide.com/plan-your-trip/getting-around/

Travel Tips for Catania

Il Fuoco dell'Etna


A firey Catanian specialty liquor, "The Fire of Etna" lives up to its name. Recommended for Tabasco addicts and anybody who likes jalepeno peppers, this is a late-evening, too drunk to realize it's a bad idea to order some beverage. Drinking Il Fuoco is a sort of Catanian rite of passage - although there are no T-Shirts that say "I drank Il Fuoco and I SURVIVED," there should be.

Piazza Stesicoro


This is one of the biggest and most important piazzas in the city. Named after a poet who lived in and fell in love with Catania, this piazza is packed with interesting things, both above and below. The most interesting things are invisible: the city has been destroyed many times by lava and earthquakes, and when, after one such disaster, the Roman amphiteatre withstood destruction, the inhabitants of the city decided to build OVER it, hoping for a solid foundation. There are the remains of an entire city buried under modern central Catania.

To be found here: Statue of Bellini, Buried Roman Amphiteatre, Candy Vendors

A word on the candy vendors - they sell all sorts of typical Sicilian goodies, particularly during the Christmas holidays and during the festival of St. Agata (which passes through here). I reccommend the candied almonds and 'olives of the Saint'.

To be found nearby: Goods Market, Fruit Market, Via Etnea


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