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Siciliy - travel from Taormina to Siracusa via public transportation

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We need to travel from Taormina to Siracusa on a Sunday. We won’t be renting a vehicle and would like to either use the train or the bus. We aren’t travelling until October, so info isn’t really available yet. To get some ideas though, I have been looking at schedules in May and June. Public transportation doesn’t sound too promising, unless I am missing something.

If I look on the Trentalia website, it doesn’t look as though there aren't any train to Siracusa until after 16:00. Does that sound correct for a Sunday?

For buses, I looked on the Interbus website. If I understand correctly, the journey takes over 3 hours because we’d have to travel to Catania airport first and change buses there. Is this our only option or is there something else I could look at?

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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