Mar 8 - Mar 9
So...we originally booked a room there for 1 night and ended up staying there for 3 days. The hotel is located right on via etna, practically near everything awesome in Catania. Their customer service is second ro none. Everyone was professional, courteous, especially miss Desiree@ breakfast and ...
Feb 27 - Feb 28
We booked Hotel Liberty in a last minute decision to stay in Catania. Hotel is a quick five minute walk to historic sights and is on a quiet streeet. The staff was welcoming, friendly and very informative. the rooms are very large and bed was comfortable; the couch, carpet and drapes appear very ...
Mar 2 - Mar 3
This is a very nice hotel. The room is very modern and the location is great! The have bicycles you can use and go around the city. The breakfast is AMAZING and the staff is very friendly. All is wonderful with this place once you find it. To find it at first is a challenge though. The hotel should ...
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. This region is known for its art, music, literature, architecture and cuisine. Separated from Italy by the Strait of Messina, this island escape is a land with its own unique identity and culture.
Greek temples, Roman amphitheaters and Norman-Arab castles stand as reminders of the region's rich and diverse history. Visitors can explore ruins, relax on sandy beaches or tour one of the island's volcanoes. Orbitz.com can help you find deals, book your flight and locate hotels in the area.
Sicily has a Mediterranean climate with hotter summers and cooler winters. Temperatures reach the upper 80s in August, but dip into the 50s during the winter months of January through March The peak visitor season coincides with the warmest weather and starts in April. The early fall is a great time to visit, as the weather is still pleasant, and crowds tend to thin after August. For skiers, late January and early February are the best times to visit. Forty days before Easter, the town of Acireale comes alive with music, parades and fireworks. Known as the Acireale Carnival, this celebration is one of Sicily's most elaborate festivities.
Known as The Valley of the Temples, this archeological site is surrounded by almond orchards and olive groves.
This seaside town has majestic cliffs, scenic architecture, shopping and dining. In summer, the population of this beautiful region can triple.
Book a jeep tour, and travel to the top or ski down the snow-covered slopes in the winter.
These Greek temples still stand and are among the best preserved in the world.
This restaurant serves up authentic Italian cuisine and provides the highest level of service.
Known for its clear water and white sand, this beach is frequented by visitors. Loggerhead turtles can be seen in the spring.
This beautifully restored building overlooks the sea and was once a tuna processing plant. It's a must-see for those who enjoy architecture or photography.
If the quaint atmosphere and colorful décor aren't enough, this charming restaurant serves some of the island's best granitas.
Buy fresh fruit and vegetables or hunt for a bargain at this market, which is located just a few steps from the Martorana Church in Palermo.
Located in the Nebrodi Mountains, this rustic lodge is known for its lamb, goat and black swine. Advance reservations are required.
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