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Catania car hire tips
Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Catania Fontanarossa Airport (CTA), just under 20 mins'' drive from the centre (about 5km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Catania are Sicily By Car, Locauto, Firefly, Goldcar and Interrent.
Warmest month: July (26°C)
Coldest month: January (11°C)
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Sicily’s second city, Catania is a place of chaos and beauty, overlooked by a continuously rumbling volcano.
Mount Etna – Europe’s most active volcano – has influenced and defined Catania throughout history. It has destroyed the city on several occasions, leaving behind few Baroque buildings and forcing a quick re-build of the city’s visual landscape.
Catania is home to the sweetest pistachios in the world and, of course, its own signature pasta sauce. Whether it''s the food or the anticipation of volcanic eruption, the city’s youthful energy is contagious.
Coastal day trip
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The ultimate Catania road trip
Catania Airport CTA
Catania Airport is the busiest airport in Sicily.
Car hire pick up point
Car hire desks are located near the baggage claim area of the terminal.
Head to the city’s Teatro Greco, an ancient Greek amphitheatre, for the best coastal views and a slice of history.
A small town known for its chocolate, Modica is bliss for anyone with a sweet tooth.
Dubbed the terrace of Sicily, here you’ll find amazing views of Mount Etna and the Ionian Sea.
One of Sicily’s best seaside destinations, with Arab-Norman architecture and mosaic covered cathedrals.
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North versus south roads
Highways in the north, around Palermo and where vehicles cross over from the Italian peninsula, are smooth and a pleasure to drive. If you make your way past Catania, towards Syracuse, however, wide roads become narrow and difficult to navigate.
Petrol station espresso
Not your usual driving tip, but this isn’t your usual disappointing petrol station coffee. Espresso runs through the veins of Sicilian culture, so don’t expect anything less than the best from roadside delis. Fill up the tank and sip a silky cup of jo.
Have a plan laid out before jumping in you car. Road signs in Sicily are not always clear and may only mention larger towns beyond your intended destination or just state the road number.