NH Liberty

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via 1 Settembre 15, Messina, Sicily, 98122, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 40% higher than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples50
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Which train station?

by hawkhead

I see from the Trenitalia site that there are four stations in Messina. What is the difference between Messina Centrale and Messina Main Station?

Re: Which train station?

by leics

I think it is just Trenitalia being ultra-helpful and providing the English version of Messina Centrale.

In the same way as 'Messina Marittima' is translated into 'Messina Maritime station'.

There are two stations, but they have their English names as well as their Italian names.

Re: Which train station?

by bekerovka

J explained you perfectly: Centrale usually means Main Station in Italian rail system
Ciao, Marco

Re: Which train station?

by hawkhead

Many thanks, both. I thought it odd to have four stations and seemingly, to my indifferent translation skills, to have two with similar names! However, you never know!

Travel Tips for Messina

The Madonnina

by isolina_it

The 'Madonnina'

The statue in golden bronze of The Mother Protectress of Messina has been erected on a coloumn 60 metres high on the ancient donjon which now is used by the Navy. On the walls of the donjon it has been written (duly covering the loopholes of the cannons): “VOS ET IPSAM CIVITATEM BENEDICIMUS”(I bless you and all your town): this is a sentence taken form the text of the “Holy Letter” that, following the sacred tradition of this town, the Mother gave to embassy of citizens who, leaded by St.Paul, went to adore and pray the Mother.


by arkadia

For anyone who would like to know more about sicilians, the country, the people, the custom I hardly recommend to read the books of
ANDREA CAMILLERI. If you know italian even better, coz. the original books are written in half italian, half sicilian, half spanish...a mixture of what actually Sicily is.
Camilleri's MONTALBANO books (police stories) are a hit in Italy and now even here in Sweden.


by isolina_it

Faro is a district a few Km off the city centre, easily reacheable by bus and car.
It is situated at the farther point of Messina, nearby the lakes of Ganzirri . Just a simple district of simple people and fishermen activity.
Its beaches are very crowded in summer and of dance and music events.
Good pizzerias and fish eating places too all around.

Messina, Sicily, Italy

by al_mary

When visiting Italy, a stop-over in Sicily is well worth the trip.
We got the ferry from Naples ....
Before moving on to Palermo, we spent a little time in Messina.

Messina is the third largest city on the island of Sicily, Italy and
is the capital of the province of Messina.

It is located near the North-East corner of Sicily, at the
Strait of Messina.

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"Historical City"

**** Sights To See ****

The 12th century Cathedral of Messina contains
the remains of Conrad, King of Germany and Sicily
in the 13th century.

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"Famous People Born In Messina"

Famous people born in Messina

* Antonello da Messina, Italian painter and
genius of the Renaissance, born here in 1430.

* Francesco Maurolico, Italian astronomer and
mathematician, born here in 1494.

* Filippo Juvara, also spelled Filippo Juvarra,
Italian architect and highest exponent of the
Baroque, born here in 1678.

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by arkadia

I spent a week travelling a little bit around Catania, Messina and Cefalù. Not to forget the Mount Etna and the NEBRODI (forest and moutain area).
It was beautiful and I was really happy to get to know more the country of my father.

The pictures shows me in the warm water of the Mediterranean Sea.

Don't miss Sicily in your next trip.
It's really a trip worth.



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 NH Liberty

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Address: Via 1 Settembre 15, Messina, Sicily, 98122, Italy