Sicily Sights

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Agorà Youth Hostel

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An underground river, the Amenano, flows through much of Catania. You can glimpse it at the Fontana dell'Amenano, but the best place...

Cattedrale di Sant'Agata (Duomo)

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The Giovanni Vaccarini–designed facade of the cathedral dominates the Piazza del Duomo; composer Vincenzo Bellini is buried inside.

Centro Storico

  • Building/Architectural Site

Black lava stone from Etna, combined with largely Baroque architecture, give Catania's historic center a very distinctive feel. Look...

Festa di Sant'Agata

  • Festival–Sight

Each February 3–5, the Festa di Sant'Agata honors Catania's patron saint with one of Italy's biggest religious festivals. The saint...

Museo Belliniano

  • Museum/Gallery

Catania's greatest native son was the composer Vincenzo Bellini (1801–35), whose operas have thrilled audiences since their premieres...

Piazza del Duomo

  • Neighborhood/Street

Shining from a 21st-century renovation, this piazza, which is closed to traffic, has at its heart an elephant carved out of lava, balancing...

Via Etnea

  • Neighborhood/Street

Lined with cafés and stores selling high-street jewelry, clothing, and shoes, this street is host to one of Sicily's most enthusiastic...

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