9 Apr 2020 - 10 Apr 2020
2 adults - 1 room
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Taormina is another day trip destination must from Catania. If you're short on time, you could combine with a trip to Mount Etna as well. But if you love the glamorous vibe or spending more time on the coast, I'd spend a few days here relaxing and eating.
A beautiful cliff top town on the eastern edge of the island, this place gets very popular in summer. The trip up to the town is a little daunting with all the hairpin bends with sheer drops but if you make it in one piece you will find a charming, bustling town. There are some good food options, albeit expensive, and best of all is the ice cream from Capriccio. There are some large Roman ruins such as a theatre and odeon to explore.
Gorgeous town in Sicily with a short distance from Catania Airport. Very charming but busy with many five stars Hotels and Restaurants, try to stay at San Domenico Palace or Timeo (best hotels).
Taormina is a quaint little town in Sicily, not far from an active volcano, with nice shops and restaurants to visit. We only had a few hours when we were here, but it was definitely fun to explore the shops and the side alleys as well.