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Business Class Flights To Catania

This bustling and magnetic Sicilian city is packed with history and culture. The birthplace of the iconic pasta alla Norma, and home to the world-class La Pescheria fish market, visitors will fall in love with the local cuisine. Be humbled by the towering and awe-inspiring Mount Etna, then relish the delicious wines made from grapes grown in her rich volcanic soil. There is so much to see and do in this town and you will want to return again and again. When you book business class flights to Catania, it’s so easy to ensure you make the most of your trip. Travel in the utmost comfort in the spacious seating, with ample legroom and top-notch amenities. Treat yourself from the moment you take off to the finest food and drink, and arrive at your destination feeling invigorated and inspired. With customer service renowned for its attention to detail and efficiency, business class flights to Catania are the obvious choice for discerning travelers when they decide to visit this world-class location.

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Catania Airport and Business Class Lounge

The Catania-Fontanarossa International Airport, also known as Vincenzo Bellini Airport, is located only 2.6 miles southwest of the city center. It is the busiest airport in Sicily. Travelers on business class flights to Catania will enjoy the benefits of access to the business class lounges before and after their flights. From sumptuous fine dining, to exclusive, atmospheric spaces for you to relax and unwind, premium tickets offer unparalleled services. Pass the time pleasantly in the airport, away from the hubbub of the main terminal waiting areas, enjoying a wide range of complimentary reading materials, TV, Wi-Fi, and more. Or, if you are traveling for work, achieve maximum productivity with the business centers and office facilities that are provided to make your stay in the airport an effective one.


Things To Do In Catania

First, head to the Baroque Piazza del Duomo, where you can find the Elephant Fountain, a symbol of the city, and the elegant façade of the Cattedrale di Sant’ Agata. The food markets close by are fun places to visit, especially the fish market, La Pescheria, which is known as the busiest in Sicily, where you can find many exotic fish. Via Etnea runs north of the Piazza del Duomo, and is the city’s main shopping street, where you will also find many bars, trattorias, and restaurants. Head to Piazza Federico di Svevia and the Castello Ursino, where you can visit the Museo Civico and its fascinating collection of archaeological relics. Museo Belliniano isn’t far away, and is an interesting, small museum dedicated to the opera composer Bellini, located in the house where he was born. For the opera-lover, it is also worth heading to the Teatro Massimo Bellini near the Piazza del Duomo, and going inside to behold the lavish interiors and painted depictions of famous scenes from Bellini’s operas. Head up Via Crociferi, and at the top, you will reach the impressive Monastero dei Benedettini di San Nicolo l’Arena, which is now actually a part of the University of Catania.

Consider taking a tour up Mount Etna. You can take an easy-going guided trek, exploring the ancient and more recent craters of Europe’s tallest active volcano. You will get to observe typical lava caves formed from past eruptions, visit the Valle Del Bove (Valley of the Ox), a huge caldera that formed when several ancient craters collapsed, and even taste local Etna products such as honey, olive oil, wine, and pistachios. You can also visit the meandering cliffs of the ancient Alcantara Gorges nearby.

There is lots of excellent food to sample in Catania, and the city is known for several specialties. Pasta alla Norma, a pasta dish dressed with tomato sauce, fried eggplant, grated ricotta salata and fresh basil, is an especially famous local dish. Catania is also the originator of Arancino, a cone-shaped rice croquette stuffed with meat, tomato, and cheese. Renowned pastries that must not be missed include cannolo all ricotta, cassatella di Sant’Agata, and Pasta di Mandorla. A typical breakfast in Catania is an almond- or mulberry-flavored sorbet called Granita that is served with brioscia, a sweetbread, and can be found everywhere around the city. For some quick snacks, visit a salumeria for a freshly made cold Panini, or a tavola calda (hot bite) made with cheese and meat, fried or baked. Horsemeat is also commonplace in Catania cuisine.

Catania is a youthful city with an active nightlife. More often than not, you will see people drinking on the streets rather than inside bars. Razmataz is a very popular wine bar, as are Ritz, Etnea Roof, and Chiosco Giammona. Be sure to try some of the amazing wines produced in the Mt. Etna area, made from native grapes such as nerello mascalese and nerello cappuccio, as well as international grapes like cabernet sauvignon, merlot, and syrah.


Getting Around Catania

The city center of Catania is very compact and the best way to explore is to walk around and take in the city at your own pace. There is public transport available, but it is very unreliable, with bus waiting times sometimes exceeding one hour. There is a short metro line connecting Porto Station to Borgo Station, from which you can access villages on the slopes of Mount Etna. Unless you plan on leaving the city on excursions, it is not recommended to drive in Catania, as the traffic is slow and messy. When getting around Catania on transit or on foot, be aware of being an obvious tourist, showing jewelry, photo gear, and large bags, as you may find yourself the target of thieves.

Arrive at this fantastic destination on business class flights to Catania and rest assured that you will be guaranteed an unforgettable trip. Whether you are traveling for business or for leisure, premium tickets ensure the most efficient and enjoyable time spent traveling possible. Arrive feeling fully rested after a comfortable, luxurious flight, and recharge in one of the supremely comfortable business lounges, so that you can make the most of your stay in eastern Sicily.

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