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Sicily

1 of 6 - Catania-Fontanarossa International Airport
The airport is about 8 km from the centre of Catania and is the main one in Sicily. A bus service from the airport reaches the city centre in about 40 minutes. Many other locations in Sicily can be reached by coach.
Useful links
www.aeroporto.catania.it
2 of 6 - Palermo International Airport
This is the second airport in the region, 35 km from Palermo. You can reach the city centre by bus or the Trinacria Express train. Other locations in Sicily can be reached by coach.
Useful links
www.aeroportodipalermo.it
3 of 6 - Trapani-Birgi Airport
The airport is about 20 km from the centre of Trapani. It offers connections by coach to Trapani and other destinations in Sicily.
Useful links
www.airgest.it
4 of 6 - Port of Palermo
The Port of Palermo serves several shipping companies that connect Sicily with other Italian regions.
5 of 6 - Catania Railway Station
Trenitalia trains connect Sicily to the rest of Italy. Local trains connect all Sicily’s provinces.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
6 of 6 - Agrigento Railway Station
Trenitalia trains connect Sicily to the rest of Italy. Local trains connect all Sicily’s provinces.
Useful links
www.trenitalia.com
Sicily

Sicily - the largest island of Italy and the Mediterranean - is a surprising land rich in history and traditions, where arts and cultures are intertwined. There are endless reasons to visit Sicily from the sea to the mountains, by way of the countryside and fishing villages. Sicily boasts numerous pearls: Taormina and its Greek theatre, Agrigento with the Valley of Temples as well as Greek and Arab-Norman testimonies. The triumph of the Baroque in the Noto Valley, Palermo and Catania, the fascination of Etna, the unsurpassed beauty of the Aeolian Islands, Trapani and the Egadi Islands, Lampedusa and Pantelleria. The list of not-to-be-missed experiences and places is very long but they all share an unforgettable food and wine offering, the result of history and ancient traditions. Sicily's very mild climate means you can stay by the sea for even ten months a year. And remember what Frederick of Swabia, King of Sicily, said: "I do not envy God’s paradise because I am so satisfied to live in Sicily".

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